Which One's Pink

Project UFO

“Which One’s Pink?” a tribute to Pink Floyd

Which One's Pink? is an eclectic group of Los Angeles-based musicians that joined together to pay homage to perhaps the most legendary classic rock band of all time -- Pink Floyd.  Founded in 1997 by musician-turned-lawyer Larry Isenberg, Which One's Pink? derives its name from the classic line "the band is just fantastic, that is really what I think, oh by the way, which one's pink?" from Pink Floyd's song Have A Cigar.  Which One's Pink? has built a large following by word of mouth from its performances at the premier live music venues throughout the southwestern United States.

Unlike many tribute bands, Which One's Pink? makes no effort to appear like their predecessors, instead focusing exclusively on recreating the surrealistic sound and psychedelic atmosphere associated with Pink Floyd.  Lead singer and guitarist Paul Samarin erilee reproduces Pink Floyd’s distinctive vocals, and his guitar playing so closely mirrors Gilmour's solos that one swears the band must be running sequenced samples taken from the original recordings.  Guitarist Allen Moreno captures the often hypnotic rhythm guitar parts, with Scott Richards (bass and vocals) and Marty Brumer (drums) completing the rock steady rhythm section.  Larry Isenberg and Nick Feduska use multiple keyboards to paint the vast auditory canvas from which virtually all of the Floyd’s catalogue gets its distinctive ethereal sound.

Pursuant to guidance from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), entry to the event will require either verification of fully vaccinated status or the result from a negative test conducted within 48 hours prior to the event (PCR test), or 24 hours prior to the event (Antigen test). On-site testing is available. Please refer to CDPH guidance here for acceptable methods of vaccine verification and here for acceptable methods for proof of negative test result.

Unless actively eating or drinking, face coverings are required regardless of vaccination status, per the California Public Health Department guidelines.For the safety of everyone, guests unable to wear proper face coverings will not be admitted into the venue.

Event Dates

  • Saturday, Feb 05 City National Grove of Anaheim