Dan has been playing Bass since 2001 and is a lover of Progressive Rock. He also plays in "Junction" with Benji and Ryan who have played over 2000 gigs since 2003!
Benji is a well established guitarist from Alfreton, Derbyshire. He has been playing gigs since the age of 13 with his other band "Junction" and has also been teaching the instrument for many years. Benji is a huge Floyd fan with his favourites being from the Gilmour era.
Andy started playing guitar aged 13 and has played in many covers bands in his original hometown of Liverpool and now around the Midlands. He was introduced to Pink Floyd by his older brother and so began life long love of all things Floyd and Progressive rock.
Ryan has been Drumming since 2002 and is also a member of "Junction" with Benji and Dan. Ryan fits the bill with FITF perfectly and has worked hard to perfect the classic Nick Mason style.
Stephen Peter Beswick
Started playing the piano at 7, organ at 13, guitar at 18. Joined his first rock band at 14 and never looked back.
Studied Performing Arts 1990 - 1993. Supported Bon Jovi in 1996 and played Reading Festival in the same year.
Played a few international shows and the length and breadth of the country in cover bands, high class function bands and original material bands
Studied Popular Music & Recording at Salford Uni 2014 - 2018, graduated with a 1st in jazz performance and arranging.
1st Piano in the University Big Band and the Graduation Band 2 years on the trot.
Teaches piano, ukulele, guitar & bass for 2 Music Services and also runs his own business teaching music and coaching bands.
Mad Beatles, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd fan.
Denise has been singing in bands for many years and is well known for her powerful voice and incredible range.
Dulcie is primarily a gospel singer. You can hear her on The Elizabeth Fields Collective album (supported Joyce Sims) and on on Reuben Archer’s Personal Sin album & performed on the mini stage at a Barry Gibb concert. She has performed as a soloist on BBC Radio 2’s Gospel Train. Dulcie often performs at various services at her local church. Floyd in the Flesh is an exiting project' presenting Dulcie with a genre that is new to her and in turn this has widened her vocal experiences.
Alison 'Alfie' Fowler
Alfie studied flute at school then taught herself sax in her late teens and joined a covers band soon after. She stopped playing sax for 20 years whilst travelling and career chasing, then came to her senses and picked it up again on her return to Derby in 2010 and hasn't looked back since.