David Gilmour's 1994 Pulse tour opened with the marathon jazz-rock opus "Shine On You Crazy Diamond," a 14-minute tribute to and sprawling reflection on ex-Pink Floyd band mate Syd Barrett. Perhaps one of the strongest and aurally arresting live double-albums in Floyd's canon of spacey prog-rock, the Pulse tour, recorded in the post-Roger Waters era, was a triumphant and solid argument for Gilmour as the band's new lead man. Among the newest tribute acts out there is Brit Floyd, spun off from the Australian Pink Floyd Show by vocalist and bassist Ian Cattell. They'll be interpreting the Pulse tour at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Broward Center. $29.00-$49.00. 954-462-0222 or BrowardCenter.org.