Comfortably Pink began it's evolution in May 2009 as the brainchild of six accomplished Minneapolis based artists/musicians whose lives converged around a mutually shared love of the music of Pink Floyd.

 Comfortably Pink's first show was on Saturday, June 26, 2010 in Minneapolis at the Lake Harriet Bandshell, and since then have played major events such as RockFest at the Salida Depot, Big Lake, MN, TributeFest in Duluth, MN, and HalfWay Jam in Royalton, MN.

Capturing the sound and feel of a Pink Floyd concert, Comfortably Pink brings a lineup of 6 of the Midwest's premier musicians with Roger Moore and Kent Weidie on guitars/vocals, Dan Busch on bass/vocals, Jeff Price on drums/vocals, Jason Craig on keyboards, and Pat O’Connell on lead vocals.

 The sheer durability and raw power of the music of Pink Floyd is universally known and recognized. Comfortably Pink gives tribute to the Floyd by first striving to faithfully reproduce not only their classic sound and tone, but the "experience" that was and is Pink Floyd. The recipe: Outstanding musical and artistic talent + sacrifice and dedication + passion + amazing equipment.

 The band incorporates all the components that make Floyd who they are, and depending on the venue and space can include full video (rear) projection, intelligent lighting (of course they have lasers and fog), and always the huge sound for which Pink Floyd is known.
 The band has been touted for their epic sound and attention to detail. They have done their homework and truly capture the power and energy of Pink Floyd.

 Catch them this year on their "Welcome to the Machine 2012 Tour"