Pink Floyd bandmates reunite at Roger Waters concert
Those with Roger Waters tickets were treated to a surprise rare performance between the rock star and his former Pink Floyd bandmates.
Drummer Nick Mason and guitarist David Gilmour both joined Waters onstage during different points of his spectacular performance of Pink Floyd's The Wall album at London's O2 Arena on Thursday (May 12th).
Waters and Gilmour fell out in 1985 when the former left Pink Floyd and a legal battle ensued over rights to the band name.
Since then, collaborations between the Waters, Gilmour and Mason have been rare and the show marked one of only two occasions the three surviving members of the group's most famous line-up have appeared onstage together since 1985.
Gilmour performed Comfortably Numb with Waters, while Mason joined the pair on tambourine for the final song of the evening, Outside The Wall.
Roger Waters continues his UK tour at the O2 in London tomorrow night (May 17th).
Posted by Robert Long