|Amy Riemer // Backing Vocals
Amy Riemer has loved singing and music since she was a little girl. She sang her very first solo in a kindergarten play. A St. Norbert College graduate, she performed with just about every musical organization at SNC. After graduation Amy taught preschool in Green Bay for 2 years, then moved to Texas where she taught elementary music for 5 years. She currently performs with and serves as the vocal director for the premier original musical theatre troupe in the area. Amy saw Pink Floyd at Camp Randall in 1994, and has been a fan ever since! She is estatic to perform with Project Pink...a group of tremendous musicians and just plain great people!
|Christopher Dame // Guitar/Vocals
Christopher Dame has been a professional musician since his teens. Haling originally from California and migrating to Wisconsin at a young age, he made a big splash in the Midwest scene. He has won several awards for his skills on the guitar and rightfully so. Chris has the knowledge of many musical theories but plays with complete body and soul. His other great feature is a voice that can be soft and soothing to hard and raspy making great Gilmourish presence.
|Emily Terrell Paulsen // Backing Vocals
Emily Terrell Paulsen has had the pleasure of performing with a wide variety of theatrical companies and musical ensembles over the years. Currently, Emily teaches private voice lessons and is continuing her education by pursuing a degree in Musical Theatre from UWGB. Her BEST productions to date: daughters Elsabeth & Gretchen. Her biggest supporter: husband Kent. Emily is honored to be a part of Project Pink - "North America's Premier Pink Floyd Tribute Band!"
|Jason Jelinek // Guitar/Vocals
Jason Jelinek began playing guitar at age 12, starting with many of the first years in a gospel background. Time and adolecents brought on pop and rock, playing in local bands by age 15. Years of gigging and a long and still successful career with award winning groups in the mid-west has helped shape the performance skills he has today. With a love for many types and forms of music, he has had a long time dream to be a part of a top notch Pink Floyd tribute. It has also been rumored that he sounds much like Roger Waters, perhaps even looks a bit like him. Waters being one of his favorite artist ever, imitation whether intended or not, is the best flattery after all!
|Jeff Arnold // Piano
Jeff Arnold began playing piano at age seven and studied professionally for the next 12 years. As a pianist in the USAF bands he expanded his taste in music to include big band, swing, as well as the pop genre of the early eighties. Jeff has a degree in piano technology and is currently a Registered Piano Technician in the Piano Technicians Guild. With Project Pink, he uses his keen ear to successfully recreate a canvas of sound to be embellished by his fellow band mates. Pink Floyd, Wish You Were Here – The first album Jeff ever purchased, 1976. 1980, the first album he ever replaced because he wore out the first one. "Thank you Richard Wright," R.I.P.
|Lisa Andre // Backing Vocals
Lisa Andre started singing in her bedroom belting Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston tunes. She moved on to developing her vocals in both church and school choirs and has also found a great career as a wedding singer for over 10 years. Recently, Lisa received a Music-Vocal Performance degree from the University of Wisconsin –Green Bay. She now enjoys singing anything from jazz, musical theatre, pop, classical, opera, and her new favorite, rocking to Pink Floyd. She is so fortunate to be working with the very talented and passionate musicians in Project Pink. Never did she realize that her many years of professional operatic training would play such a key role in singing Pink Floyd's rock song "The Great Gig in the Sky!"
|Luke Heckel // Drums/Percussion
Luke Heckel's obsession with music and performance began at the ripe old age of 3, but did not truly take hold until he discovered drums and percussion at the age of 11. Luke first developed his chops and ear through his experience in school and community jazz ensembles, but his attention quickly turned to original rock. For the past 14+ years, Luke has toured extensively throughout the Midwest with both original rock and regional cover bands. He was first exposed to the music of Pink Floyd at the age of 13 and has been a lifelong fan ever since. Luke’s parents continue to be his biggest supporters and fans, for which he is forever grateful. Luke cherishes the opportunity to play with the amazingly talented and dedicated musicians of Project Pink, and looks forward to paying tribute to The Floyd for decades to come…
|Rick LaJeunesse // Bass/Vocals
Rick LaJuenesse comes from a family of musicians with a country background. His dedication to the bass guitar comes through profoundly with many subtle nuances that many players would miss. His attention to detail in sound and performance is also proven in his history of awards for his work in the Midwest. From the subtle and unrepeated lines in songs such as Breathe to the full on in your face pieces such as One of These Days; pay attention to Rick and you will agree that his talents are a huge part of the sound of this Project.