Latest Pink Floyd Stories

2005-12-19 21:34:10

By Dean Goodman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Pink Floyd fans waiting in vain for the band to reunite for a tour will have to make do with the next best thing: the first solo trek in more than 20 years by singer/guitarist David Gilmour.

2005-12-12 17:24:30

By Jason MacNeil and Jonathan Cohen TORONTO/NEW YORK (Billboard) - Pink Floyd singer/guitarist David Gilmour will begin his first solo tour in decades March 10 in Dortmund, Germany, in support of his upcoming solo album, "On an Island." Although North American dates have yet to be confirmed, Gilmour is expected to visit the region in April.

2005-11-17 15:34:05

By Robin Pomeroy ROME (Reuters) - Roger Waters delighted rock fans when Pink Floyd played their first gig together for 24 years at July's Live8. On Thursday he was hoping to win over classical fans with his first opera, 16 years in the making.

2005-08-19 22:33:58

By Anastasia Tsioulcas NEW YORK (Billboard) - Back in his days with Pink Floyd, Roger Waters took on the big issues of life.

2005-08-14 09:21:26

By Paul Majendie EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Bass guitarist Guy Pratt has backed some of the world's biggest rock acts, and his comedy routine at the Edinburgh Fringe presents a cast of famous characters whose behavior borders on the bizarre.

2005-07-25 22:13:41

By Chris Michaud NEW YORK (Reuters) - It was a far cry from "we don't need no education" on Monday when Pink Floyd's Roger Waters presented excerpts for the first time from "Ca Ira," his new three-act opera about the French Revolution.

2005-07-04 17:24:00

By Mike Collett-White LONDON (Reuters) - They came out of charity. They left withbooming record sales.

2005-07-04 15:02:40

LONDON (Reuters) - They came out of charity. They left withbooming record sales.

2004-11-27 15:00:03

LONDON - Members of the children's chorus who sang on Pink Floyd's anti-authoritarian 1979 hit, "Another Brick in the Wall," are owed thousands of dollars in payment, a royalties agent said. Peter Rowan said he was representing one of the group, Peter Thorpe, in a bid for unpaid royalties.

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