two-thirds of three-fifths of Pink Floyd want to play Glastonbury

published: Fri 17th Feb 2017

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Two of the three still-kicking members of Pink Floyd have said they'd like Pink Floyd to play at Glastonbury Festival.

Speaking at a press conference for a new V&A Museum exhibition, Roger Waters and Nick Mason said they'd be up for playing, but the problem is David Gilmour who isn't keen, having had a particularly strained relationship with Waters over decades. The last time they performed together for a major show was at Live 8 in 2005.

Mason said he'd never played Glastonbury and it would be fun, “but I don’t think it is very likely but yes I would do it given the opportunity”. Waters reminisced about when he appeared as a solo act in 2002 that it was "really cold. There were a lot of people and it seemed very jolly and I liked it”. It wasn't that cold Roger.

Will it happen? Who knows.

Have a flip thru the Roger Waters photos of his 2002 performance.

 



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