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Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters visits Portland for ‘This Is Not a Drill’ tour on September 10: Where to get tickets

Roger Waters, lead bass guitarist and vocalist for legendary 60s English rock band Pink Floyd, will be making a stop at the Moda Center as part of his ‘This Is Not a Drill’ North American Tour when he arrives in Portland on Saturday, September 10. Tickets for the concert are now available at a variety of price ranges for the early Fall show, and those start at around only $52-$62 a seat.
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Wish you were there: Roger Waters, David Gilmour, and a night of unexpected magic

When historians of the future write about rock's great rivalries, the Pink Floyd Axis of Upheaval will require a longer chapter than most. Ever since Waters left the band in 1985, describing them as a "spent force", he and guitarist David Gilmour have tended to communicate via their lawyers or by trading veiled insults in interviews. It's a somewhat frosty relationship, to say the least.
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Watch Roger Waters Join Lucius On Pink Floyd’s “Mother” In NYC

Last month, Lucius, the duo of Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, released Second Nature, their first album in six years. Lucius took a long break in between albums in part because Wolfe and Laessig were so busy singing with other acts, like the War On Drugs and Harry Styles. They also spent much of 2017 and 2018 on tour with former Pink Floyd leader Roger Waters. Last night, when Lucius played New York’s Beacon Theatre, Roger Waters once again sang with the duo.
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Roger Waters joined Lucius to sing Pink Floyd’s “Mother” at Beacon Theatre (video)

Lucius played NYC's Beacon Theatre on Wednesday night (5/4), and for the the first song of their encore they brought out a special guest, Roger Waters, to perform Pink Floyd's "Mother." As you may know, Lucius' Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig were part of Roger Waters' band for the 2017/2018 US+Them tour, though "Mother" was not played at those shows. It's a lovely version of the song, with Lucius' harmonies alongside Rogers' whispered vocals. You can watch fan shot video of that and check out Lucius' setlist below.
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Watch Roger Waters Join Lucius For ‘Mother’ At Beacon Theatre

Lucius welcomed Roger Waters to guest during their Wednesday night concert at The Beacon Theatre. Waters played acoustic guitar and sang the Pink Floyd classic “Mother” at the New York City venue. Lucius’ Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe were members of the Pink Floyd co-founder’s touring band for...
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From David Gilmour to Richard Wright who is the richest Pink Floyd member? Roger Waters has invested $16 million with Shakira in a 700 acre Bahamian island. Nick Mason loves to splurge on fancy Ferraris and Porsches.

Dadrockers of the world, rejoice – the legendary Pink Floyd have returned for the first time after nearly three decades away. The rousing anti-war plea Hey Hey, Rise Up! marks the British band’s first new music since 1994’s “The Division Bell”, and while it’s been touted as an unprecedented one-off in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, it’s still sent music fans scurrying down the white rabbit hole of the band’s 55-year history.
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Pink Floyd members reunite (without Roger Waters) to record song for Ukraine

LONDON (AP) — Pink Floyd is releasing its first new music in almost three decades to raise money for the people of Ukraine, the band announced Thursday. “Hey Hey Rise Up” features Pink Floyd members David Gilmour and Nick Mason, with vocals from Ukrainian singer Andriy Khlyvnyuk of the band BoomBox. Roger Waters, who left the band in the 1980s, is not involved.
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Roger Waters Adds Dates to “This Is Not A Drill” Tour

Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters has unveiled a new set of dates to his upcoming “This Is Not A Drill” tour, which was originally scheduled for 2020. The outing will run from July 6th through October 8th with three new stops in Ohio, Arizona, and Texas. “This Is...
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Machine Gun Kelly, James Taylor, and Roger Waters will play Austin's Moody Center in 2022

We're now less than a month away from the unveiling of the University of Texas' new Moody Center, which will replace the Erwin Center as the city's primary arena venue for music and college basketball. Concerts have been added at a rapid pace in recent weeks, and here's three more: Machine Gun Kelly on June 8, James Taylor on July 22, and Roger Waters on Oct. 6.
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Pink Floyd's Roger Waters to perform in Columbus in August

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — Pink Floyd's Roger Waters is bringing his "This Is Not A Drill" tour to Columbus in August!. The songwriter, singer, bassist, and composer will be at Nationwide Arena on August 10. The concert will include songs from Pink Floyd's golden era alongside several new ones.
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