Down To The River to present “Dark Side of The Moon” at the MAC
Popular Kentucky rock band will channel Pink Floyd
Prestonsburg, Ky. – One of the region’s most popular and experienced rock/blues bands, Down to The River, will present “Dark Side of The River” in the Willard & Lucy Kinzer Theater at the Mountain Arts Center (MAC) on Saturday, October 17. This concert will be their take on Pink Floyd’s classic concept album “Dark Side Of The Moon.”
Band leader, guitarist, and vocalist Tony Mullins describes his excitement.
“Dark Side of the Moon is legendary. It was on the charts for over a decade and is constantly in the top ten greatest albums of all times. During one of our drives back from a show we all talked about the possibility of doing an entire album from one of our favorite artists. We don’t just plan on “playing” Dark Side for you, we want you to experience all the nuances of one of the best concept albums of all time. It’s going to be a true experience.”
Down To The River is comprised of some of the best rock and blues musicians from the region. The band members have over 25 years experience with multiple touring bands, as well as being credited with a long list of recording studio projects. Down To The River’s home base in Pikeville, Ky.
“Dark Side of The River,” a true Pink Floyd Experience, presented by Down to The River will be Saturday, October 17 at the Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg, Ky. Tickets are $16 and can be purchased at www.macarts.com, call 888-MAC-
ARTS, or by visiting the Box Office. This concert will abide by all guidelines set forth for Covid-19 compliance.
The Mountain Arts Center is the premier performing arts venue in eastern Kentucky. Located in the heart of the bloodline of the Country Music Highway, the facility features a 1,050-seat auditorium, conference/meeting facilities, instruction rooms and a state-of-the-art recording studio. For more information, call 1-888-MAC-ARTS or visit macarts.com.