The show includes the six members of Juicy along with several musicians they have invited to help out.
All of the band members play in other groups, including the well-known Esquires and Santa Cruz. They all have day jobs, too, ranging from computer specialist to geologist to automotive expert and state worker.
They formed Juicy because they wanted a venue for classic rock. Mullins said they added a couple of Pink Floyd songs into the mix and found they liked the challenge.
They pride themselves on playing intellectual classic rock.
"And this is the only place you'll hear the term," Amick said, laughing.
The appeal of Pink Floyd is its complexity.
"It's not three chords and a cloud of dust," Amick said. "It was a challenge."
Lead singer Kevin Mullins said preparing for the tribute meant learning 80 to 90 Pink Floyd songs - all the more reason to hope for success Saturday, so they can do this again.
Already, thanks to lots of networking by band members, they've got half of the 780 seats of the Little Theater sold.
"If it does well, we'll take it to Morgantown in the fall," said Mullins.
Contact writer Monica Orosz at mon...@dailymail.com or 304-348-4830.