You don’t HAVETA be in altered state to fully embrace Floyd’s masterpiece…
The screenings will occur Sept. 29.
Roger Waters had a very “one world” message in this interview.
We look at a few legends who have graced the hipster-heavy festival and examine how they were received by the audience.
The former Pink Floyd frontman shares the story of Guantanamo Bay detainee Shaker Aamer, who compares the experience to a song from ‘The Wall.’
Many of us have had long nights of drinking where we end up hurt or in the hospital. Fortunately, most of us don’t have to attend Hall of Fame induction ceremonies on the very next night.
“This is not rocket science people, get a grip.”
The film includes scenes of Waters visiting the grave of his grandfather who died in WWI.
The Wall is the Pink Floyd album that keeps on giving.
Okay, wait–Syd Barrett’s been dead for a while, and Roger Waters isn’t on speakin’ terms with David Gilmour…