All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘roger waters’

Pink Floyd’s First New Album in 20 Years

The Division Bell, what has heretofore been considered Pink Floyd’s final album, was released in 1994. There were some other recordings done around the same time, and they have been in the vault for 20 years. Now that the anniversary of that record is coming around, bandleader David Gilmour has decided to pull out that material and do something exciting …

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Roger Waters Returns To Wounded Soldier Benefit

Roger Waters is making a return to the wounded soldier benefit, Stand Up For Heroes. He previously played the benefit in 2012, which was the 6th time the event had happened, in New York. He performed along with other musicians and young soldiers who had been injured in the war. The annual fundraising benefit supports wounded veterans through the Bob …

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Roger Waters of Pink Floyd: “Billboard” Speaker

English singer/songwriter God, Roger Waters (yes, the same Roger of the badass rock band, Pink Floyd) is still influencing crowds. And no, I’m not talking about the impact he’s had on the thousands of fans gathering at his recent Wall Live tours either. Waters will be entertaining fans in a different, much-less “Broadway spectacle ” manner as he was named …

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Lady Gaga Tweets About Manning’s Sentence

Facebook and Twitter are blowing up with varying comments on the recent sentencing  of U.S. Army Pfc. Bradley Manning. And it’s become evident that the buzz isn’t dying within the celebrity circle either. During a recent MTV Video Music Awards prep, pop sensation, Lady Gaga tweeted out a very unhappy text in regards to the sentencing of Manning. The news …

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Pink Floyd Prop Confuses Pro-Jewish Groups

A seminal Pink Floyd album, The Wall, was released in late 1979 – almost 34 years ago. Since then, maybe long before then, Floyd fans have laughed at all the straights and their misunderstanding of the contents of the album, as well as their completely missing the point of the band in the first place. As if it still needed …

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