Wednesday, April 14, 2010

The Wall 30th Anniversary Tour

If only Roger Waters upcoming "The Wall" tour featured the entire Pink Floyd band rather than just crazy Roger Waters, I would almost certainly go.

Roger Waters will take The Wall on the road this autumn, 30 years after Pink Floyd first performed the classic double album onstage. Three decades ago, Pink Floyd played the album in its entirety as a white brick wall was constructed between the band and the crowd throughout the show. Films were projected onto the wall during the performance and giant inflatable Gerald Scarfe creatures floated above the audience. In short, it was one of the greatest stage shows of its time during its brief run, and now Waters is promising to bring an updated version of the legendary set into the 21st century.

Perhaps I can talk Dan and Gerard into coming with, for old times sake.

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