GERMANY (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Pink Floyd Multimedia Intepretation, The Machine, has announced the addition of keyboardist Scott Chasolen to their lineup, just in time for their upcoming European tour.
Chasolen's previous gigs include jam-rock quartet Ulu as well as touring with acts such as John Scofield, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Derek Trucks, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, moe., Soulive, Oteil Burbridge of the Allman Brothers and the Jazz Mandolin Project. Scott will join the existing Machine lineup of Joe Pascarell, Todd Cohen, and Ryan Ball.
The tour, which kicks off in December will be the band's 4th trip to the continent and will include stops in Germany, The Netherlands and Belgium. The Machine is known for their full-effect art lighting, music and multimedia intepretation of Pink Floyd's music. This tour will feature a set designed around Pink Floyd's best known album, The Wall.
December 8 – Stadthalle (Tuttlingen, GER)
December 9 – Stadthalle (Tuttlingen, GER)
December 10 – Phönixhalle (Mainz, GER)
December 11 – Ancienne (Belgique Bruxelles, BEL)
December 12 – Colosseum (Essen, GER)
December 13 – Saarlandhalle (Saarbrücken, GER)
December 14 – Le Forum (Liège, BEL)
December 15 – Brückenforum (Bonn, GER)
December 16 – De Vereeniging (Nijmegen, NED)
December 17 – Pepsi Stage Hall (Amsterdam, NED)
– CelebrityAccess Staff Writers