Ian Cattell


As a touring member of Brit Floyd and other bands, Ian has performed in over 1000 shows in over 40 countries around the world. Drawing from a diverse background of classical and jazz training, along with over 30 years of rock, progressive rock, funk, and pop experience, he excels at producing a wide variety of sounds and styles. His vocal range and ability to sing both as Roger Waters and as David Gilmour has been lauded by critics and fans across the globe and is a vital part of the authenticity for which Brit Floyd is known.


From the 90's to today Ian toured extensively with numerous bands locally in Upstate NY and from coast to coast in the US, Canada, and around the world with the following bands:

Wit's End, Union, Stonewall Divide, Seconds Out, Crazy Diamond, P.U.L.S.E, The United Booty Foundation, Childhood's End, Radio Fever, The Australian Pink Floyd Show, Vinyl Albums Live, Brit Floyd - The Pink Floyd Tribute Show


Ian studied bass and trumpet at the Fredonia School of Music. Concert highlights include The Royal Albert Hall in London, Red Rocks Amphitheater, The Fillmore West in San Francisco, and The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, Carnegie Hall, as well as tagging a featured vocalist gig in a Symphonic Pink Floyd concert with the Virginia Symphony.