"We've got quite a few people coming in for this," Amick, the band's guitarist, said. "We've got members of The Esquires, Toothless Ruth, Hybrid Soul and Santa Cruz."
Mullins said Juicy has been playing covers of Pink Floyd songs since not long after the band was founded five years ago. He said they gravitated toward the more challenging songs.
"We pride ourselves on doing stuff other bands don't do because they require more effort," he said.
After a while, they'd amassed more than a couple of Pink Floyd songs in their repertoire and started thinking that maybe doing a full show might be a good idea.
"There are a lot of Pink Floyd fans out there," Mullins said.
He acknowledged, though, that the show Juicy has planned probably isn't going to satisfy fans of the early, experimental and very psychedelic side of Pink Floyd.
"No, nothing really from the Syd Barrett days," Amick said.
"The show starts around 'Dark Side of the Moon' and goes to 'The Division Bell,'" Mullins said.
The setlist, they said, includes songs like "Run Like Hell," "Time," "Sorrow" and "Wish You Were Here."
Mullins thought it was a fair representation of what was usually performed at a Pink Floyd show. The band itself seldom performed much of its earlier material.
Amick said the hardest part about putting the show together has been time. It's taken almost a year for Juicy to get the tribute show ready.
Mullins added, "Rehearsals were challenging, but everyone took this very seriously. We had everyone coming in weekly, and there were breakout sessions to break the songs down and get it done."
"And it sounds fantastic," Amick said.
Amick and Mullins hope the show is a success, though their aspirations are modest.
"I don't think any of us have any illusions of going on tour," Mullins scoffed. "But you know, if this works, we'd love to do this show in Morgantown, do a night in Beckley, maybe Ashland -- keep it in and around West Virginia."
"I think there are plenty of sponsorship opportunities," Amick said. "We could bring the show to just about any club, or you could hire us for your own private Pink Floyd show."
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