Sunday, July 11, 2010

Pink Floyd's David Gilmour And Roger Waters Reunite For Charity Gig

Last night, July 10th, former Pink Floyd bandmates David Gilmour and Roger Waters performed together for the first time since Live 8  in 2005 at the Hoping Foundation Benefit Evening, held at Kiddington Hall in Oxfordshire, England.

The band consisted of Gilmour, Waters, Guy Pratt (bass and acoustic guitar), Harry Waters (keyboards), Andy Newmark (drums), Chester Kamen (guitar) and Jonjo Grisdale (keyboards). The line-up performed in front of 200 people, raising some £350,000 for the Hoping Foundation (Hope and Optimism for Palestinians In the Next Generation) in the process.

The tracks performed were "To Know Him Is To Love Him", "Wish You Were Here", Comfortably Numb" and "Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2).

For more details go to David Gilmour's official blog at this location.


Anonymous said...

wow.well,i must be one of few people under 70 to remember pink floyd.Remember. said...

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Anonymous said...

I think a whole lot of us under 70 remember Pink Floyd, with admiration.

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