Roger Waters and Dave Gilmour performed together on stage last night for the first time since Pink Floyd‘s appearance at Live 8 in 2005.
Roger Waters was joined by Dave Gilmour last night (May 12th) while performing ‘Comfortably Numb‘ as part of his extravagant The Wall tour at London’s O2 Arena. The date is the second of a six-night residency at the venue, after which he will move on to Manchester for two dates at the MEN Arena.
Commenting on the ambitious live production, a re-imagination of Pink Floyd’s trouble The Wall tour of the early Eighties, Waters said:
“Constructing something like this indoors – I’ll probably never do anything this big again, the technology of projection we’ve used in this show is breathtaking.
“When we split up, David and Nick ended up with the name and I ended up with ‘The Wall’ and everything to do with it and a few quid.”
Led by EMI, Pink Floyd are due to re-release expanded editions of their entire back catalogue this year, which will include two previously un-released tracks.