Roger Waters Ends 11 Month Break With First Solo Show Of Pink Floyd’s Classic “One Of These Days”


Roger Waters Returns With Pink Floyd Favorites

After an 11 month nonattendance from the live stage, fans in Mexico City were pleased to see former Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters back in real life, playing three dates this week in planning for his appearance at the exceptionally expected Desert Trip Festival one weekend from now. Waters, 73, sweetened his as of now avidly expected entry by breaking from his typical routine of playing The Wall completely as he’s accomplished for as far back as couple of years in return for a profession spreading over 26 tune set that saw the bassist playing with his Pink Floyd legacy, covering his assortment of work from Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, and Animals – however the night went to a fever pitch when Roger did the unbelievable and cleaned off Pink Floyd’s “Fearless” and “One Of These Days” for the first time in his solo career.

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