THE BAND

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Travis Satterfield - Guitar/Vocals Travis founded Bricks In The Wall in 1998 and it has become the longest touring Pink Floyd Tribute in the United States. Travis had always wanted to put together a Pink Floyd band and had visions of not just a cover band, but a full fledged tribute band complete with backup singers, video, lasers and lights, recreating the sight and sound of Pink Floyd as accurately as possible. He has enjoyed seeing his vision grow from an early on local band playing in small clubs to today, touring the lower half of the US playing to thousands nightly, including growing to be the House of Blues – Dallas, Houston and New Orleans exclusive tribute band. Travis had always put an emphasis on authenticity and strived to make the experience as close a possible to a Pink Floyd concert as possible. “In my opinion there is no other band that created such a stamp on their brand and style of mu... View Profile
Eddie Holyfield - Bass/Vocals

Eddie has been playing the bass since age 14 and is a huge fan of classic rock. He is trained in recording and has produced, recorded, and mixed albums & Ep's for various local bands. He comes from previous projects in the DFW area: Lust for Lucy, Crazywater, and Bootlegger’s Son (latter of which did small tours in Texas). Eddie’s favorite Pink Floyd albums are Animals and Dark Side of the Moon.

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Tiffany Belle - Vocals

Tiffany has been singing and performing in choirs and bands since she was a child. She is from LA and grew up in a very diverse musical home. Tiffany’s influences come from blues, jazz and rock. When not singing with Bricks, she is a professional studio musician.








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Keith Williams - Sax/Guitar/Vocals Born into a musical family, Keith got his first saxophone at age 11. His father was a guitarist with western swing bands, and his mother and sister were singers. Picking up the guitar, he became a folk singer during college years and later performed folk-rock solo and with others. By the late seventies he was back playing rock and roll saxophone in bands, continuing to this day, including 19 years with Bricks in the Wall.




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Jenny Hepworth - Vocals Jenny – a Dallas native – is a returning member of Bricks In the Wall, after a six-year hiatus to pursue a public relations career in New York City. Jenny is the youngest of five from a big family of singers, songwriters, artists and musicians. Her family discovered her love of singing at the age of five when she climbed up on the coffee table in the living room of their house and started singing at the top of her lungs, bringing everyone over from all parts of the house. From that point on, she started learning how to sing and appreciating the art of music by harmonizing with her oldest sister, singing the songs her sister and grandmother wrote, and joining her high school choir. When not performing with Bricks, Jenny grows the public relations company she founded and is a member and volunteer of the New York Junior League.... View Profile
Justin Krause - Drums Justin has been playing since age 12, listening to all types of music. He has toured Europe and all over the US.








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Gunter Heydman - Lead guitar/lap steel/vocals I began playing guitar at 16 and played in several bands over the years. I joined Bricks in the Wall in 2000 and have loved every minute of it. It’s been amazing playing with such talented musicians. I’m also a painter who paints abstract pieces with a musical feel. So, music is my life and Pink Floyd is the only band I would consider covering in a tribute band. Although Stevie Ray Vaughn would be a close second.





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Vincent Guerin - Keyboards/Vocals Vince began piano at age five, born and raised in Tyler, TX. By nine, he was studying under one of the top classical instructors in the state. He started listening to Pink Floyd from the influence of his mother around the age of 12, and it became his favorite band within months of listening to albums such as Dark Side and The Wall. He basically had the movie “The Wall” memorized after watching it about 200 times! Other favorites that lined up as he expanded his knowledge of Pink Floyd were the Animals album, along with The Final Cut. His favorite song soon became “On the Turning Away” off the Momentary Lapse album, although when a “Pulse” album VHS tape arrived in his stocking for Christmas one year, the song “Coming Back to Life” became his favorite. In addition, when the live version of the Wall came out with the “Is There Anybody Out There?” album, Vinc... View Profile
Red January - Vocals RED: the hottest color in the spectrum. It symbolizes boldness and intense heat; is daring and untouchable. Fire.
JANUARY: the coldest month of the year. Fierce. Chilling to the bone. January's essence beholds sharp winds and bitter cold. Ice.
Comparable to the legend of the Phoenix is the story of a songbird named Red who was once consumed by fire, but has now arisen renewed from the ashes.
Red January hails from Topeka, Kansas and currently resides in Dallas, Texas. While working as an administrative contractor, she writes her own music while juggling family and her music grind. With gospel roots, Red maximizes the use of her range and caters to her audience. Her style evokes emotion and expresses life experiences common to us all - triumphs and losses; joys and sorrows. Red delivers every mood. Her life unfolds in her music; the loneline...
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Casey Richardson - Video Engineer Casey has been working in video since 1996. Since joining the band, he has incorporated many of the sound effects and video you see in the show presentation.







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Tim Phelan - Sound Engineer Tim has many years of live sound experience and is also a professional drummer (playing with several bands including Nashville star's Jason Meadows, Phil Hamilton, and former house band drummer for Cowboys Red River), session musician, recording studio owner(CRT Studios).... View Profile
Rick Hellman - Laser Engineer Rick studied under the legendary laser guru, Steve Jander who was responsible for designing Roger Waters 2006 Dark Side of The Moon World Tour. Rick has designed and expanded the laser show to what it is today. The most state of the art laser show in the US.



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Ryan Vaughn - Light Engineer When Ryan isn’t touring the country with the band, he is busy as his alter-ego DJ Ryan and spins in some of the best clubs in the country.










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