19 Aug 2004
The Daily News
Tribute to Talent
by Tom Paulu
The Sons of Nothing "weave note-perfect versions of some 60 Pink Floyd
tunes, nailing the warm, alienated guitar tone and vocal nuances and including
all the ambience (cash registers, ticking clocks, light show et al.)" So said a
reviewer for the Salt Lake City Weekly last year.
The Sons, who are based in the Salt Lake City area, do their own original
songs in some shows, along with being able to recreate the entire "Dark Side of
the Moon," Floyd's epic 1973 album that never seems to go out of air play.
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