This Article is From Oct 17, 2010

Pink Floyd to reunite for charity

Pink Floyd to reunite for charity

Highlights

  • Pink Floyd, the English rock band which enthralled the world with its psychedelic and progressive rock music is gearing for a reunion, this time in the name of charity.
  • Drummer Nick Mason along with Roger Waters has expressed his desire to reunite the band for a low-key charity gig in England, with other band members being supportive of the noble idea.
  • The legendary rockers who last performed together at the Live Aid Concert in 2005 want to repeat the nostalgia of as they slowly move towards retirement, Contactmusic reported.
London: Pink Floyd, the English rockband which enthralled the world with its psychedelic andprogressive rock music is gearing for a reunion, this timein the name of charity.

Drummer Nick Mason along with Roger Waters hasexpressed his desire to reunite the band for a low-key charitygig in England, with other band members being supportive ofthe noble idea.

The legendary rockers who last performed together atthe Live Aid Concert in 2005 want to repeat the nostalgia ofas they slowly move towards retirement, Contactmusic reported.

"David and Nick and I might do a one-off (show)somewhere, but there's no way we're going to do a tour.(Maybe) like a Live 8 but probably just with us. I think allof us would like the idea of repeating the Live 8 concept,something that's not necessarily for us, but do something forthe right reasons and enjoy doing it. That's what I'd like,and I think the others might well see eye to eye," saidWaters.
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