The Wall Tour is coming to a city near you. Now is the time to get Roger Waters tickets in order to see the legendary album played in its entirety. Buy soon, because the more tickets sold means another brick in the wall (of visibility) for you!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Oct 16, 2015
|Roger Waters||Washington, DC|
DAR Constitution Hall
Former Pink Floyd lead man Roger Waters is taking the band's iconic album The Wall on the road! Fans of Pink Floyd and Roger Waters will not want to miss The Wall Live Tour, as Waters will play the complete album! Don't miss out on purchasing Roger Waters tickets for 2012 tour dates because there may not be another chance to see the entirety of The Wall played live in concert. Check out the tour schedule above and get your Roger Waters tickets today!
The contribution of Roger Waters to rock music cannot be overstated. As the chief writer and guitarist of Pink Floyd during the 1970s, Waters helmed the band during its most prolific and successful era, when the group issued hit albums like Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall. After leaving Pink Floyd in 1984, Waters retained his popularity, becoming a successful solo artist. Even after Pink Floyd disbanded in 1995, Waters continued to attract an audience. The 2006-2008 and 2010 Roger Waters tours were among the top selling live productions of their respective years, a testament to Waters' lasting legacy.
George Roger Waters was born on September 6, 1943, in Great Brookham, Surrey, United Kingdom. In 1965, while attending school, Waters formed Pink Floyd with Nick Mason, Richard Wright, and Syd Barrett. Barrett led the band during its early years, writing most of their debut album, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn. However, after the first album Barrett's behavior began to become erratic, and he eventually left the band. This left an opening for a new leader, and Waters enthusiastically stepped up to the plate. Starting with Dark Side of the Moon, Waters wrote most of the lyrics for it, Wish You Were Here, The Wall, and The Final Cut. During Waters' tenure, Pink Floyd became a household name not just in their native UK, but around the world, producing songs like "In the Flesh," "Money," and "Another Brick in the Wall." In 1984, with tensions among the band rising to a peak, Waters left the band.
He struck out on his own, releasing The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking, which included Eric Clapton as a session musician. During the period from 1984 to 2005, Waters released two more rock albums, Radio K.A.O.S. and Amused to Death; two live albums, The Wall - Live in Berlin and In the Flesh - Live; a compilation album called Flickering Flame; and an opera Ça Ira. Starting in 2005, he began focusing on concert tours. The first one focused on Dark Side of the Moon, while the 2011-2012 Roger Waters tour focused on The Wall.