As a professional actor and singer of 30 years (Broadway’s Mamma Mia!, Next to Normal, and TV’s How I Met Your Mother, to name a few) and an avid Floyd fan for longer than that, having the opportunity to be a part of keeping this iconic music alive for other fans, old and new alike, alongside the tremendous talents of PF is a dream realized for Jason. Born and raised in Colorado, and having lived and worked in NYC, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas, Asheville, NC is where he currently warms his bones beside the fire. Welcome to the Pinkish Floyd Experience!

Jenny Lee is a Madison County, NC native. She has sung at Freedom Hall in Kentucky and throughout NC, including at Asheville’s Orange Peel. She traded entertaining for nursing, and these days sings backing vocals with Pinkish Floyd, and is quite sought after for funerals (true story!). Her entertainment career began with her parents dressing her up like a little cowgirl and traveling with her around the country to compete; she even competed with Clay Aiken (American Idol) back in Raleigh, long before American Idol was a thing. She enjoys being with her children and traveling with her husband, bassist David Bradley.

David grew up in Orlando, Florida, where he attended Florida State University to obtain a music education degree. Unable to find a high school position in the area after graduating, he began playing in event bands throughout central Florida, including a short stint at Walt Disney World. David also performed on stage with two-time GRAMMY winner Diane Schuur and country star Louise Mandrell. In 1994, David relocated to Asheville. He co-founded local event band Orange Krush and performed with them until 2018. He has been teaching private lessons for the past 20 years, and is currently teaching at the Academy for the Arts located at Asheville First Baptist Church. Prior to the Academy, David was the percussion teacher at Montreat College in Black Mountain for three years. He has performed in over 100 musicals in venues across Western North Carolina, and currently plays with the Blue Ridge Big Band, based in Waynesville. He is excited to continue his musical adventure with Pinkish Floyd.

Born in Long Island, NY, Rabbit moved down to the South at a young age to embrace his Southern Rock and Blues roots. Playing guitar since the age of 13, he has over 20 years’ experience in the Blues/Rock scene. Also a fan of the British Blues era, Rabbit was a Pink Floyd fan at an early age, which sparked interest from his father. He continues to push his guitar playing to the limit, and calls it a dream come true to become part of such a project.

“Nacho average sax player” A graduate of the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, Nacho is a South Carolina transplant in 2012, originally coming from Columbus, Ohio. Having the privilege of sharing the stage with numerous jazz luminaries, he currently plays with multiple jazz and rock based music groups across the Upstate. When not playing music, he spends his time teaching jazz to the next generation of performers/educators/appreciators.

Kathleen is a NC native. As a professional singer and actress, she has performed across the country doing what she loves. After living in NYC, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles, she and her husband Jason Watson settled down in Asheville, NC with their two kiddos, where she is very active in the musical theatre scene. She is more than excited to be joining forces with such talented musicians to bring a true Pinkish Floyd Experience to audiences!

Rob hails from Coventry, England – he started his musical career early in life playing in pubs and clubs around the Midlands, and eventually graduating to the national club circuit. During this time, he played with classic soul and ska bands to pay his way through university. Rob moved to the states in 2001, and soon found work with bands in and around Asheville, NC. When not playing with Pinkish Floyd, Rob is either playing the 2Tone music of his hometown, creating art, or enjoying travels with his family.

A professional opera, jazz, and rock singer, voice actor, voice coach, and radio broadcaster at several major market stations in the US for nearly 40 years, Rebekkah has been in Asheville since 2019. She has sung on stages from New York to Seattle, premiered an opera and a song cycle (for which she also wrote the poetry), and has won numerous awards for both her music and her acting. She is also the owner of RadHaus.Studio. Rebekkah brings passion, experience, and diverse perspective to the band. The music of Pink Floyd is both simple and complex at the same time, requiring discipline and focus but also great heart. She enjoys being part of the Pinkish Floyd experience, introducing this great music to long time fans and new listeners alike.

David is a Weaverville native who now resides in Mars Hill. David has been playing bass for the better part of four decades in and around Asheville and Western North Carolina with occasional forays up and down the East Coast, and can be heard on several albums with other local artists. A contractor by day, David enjoys travel, and spending quality time with his wife Jennifer and children Alyssa, Morgan and Liam, all of whom have seen former Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters perform some of the hits from our show live! The show is a dream come true for David.