Waters And Gilmour Play Together
Roger Waters and David Gilmour performed together on stage last night (July 11) for charity.
The former Pink Floyd pair played at an event in Kidlington, Oxfordshire to raise more for the HOPING Foundation – which stands for Hope And Optimism for Palestinians In the Next Generation.
Joined by bassist Guy Pratt, guitarist Chester Kamen, keyboard players Harry Waters and Jonjo Grisdale, and drummer Andy Newmark, they did three Pink Floyd songs: Wish You Were Here, Comfortably Numb and Another Brick In The Wall (Part Two). They also did a cover of The Teddy Bears’ To Know Him Is To Love Him.
It’s the first time Waters and Gilmour have appeared on stage together since Live8 in July 2005.