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My first Pink Floyd show with Roger Waters steering
the ship thru these tempestuous waters we find
ourselves these days😮 What a most excellent
experience witnessing this most talented group
everyone was top-notch totally blown away, I felt
transported 30-yrs back, the lead guitarist was
understated but his guitar work was epic! The
platinum blondes were sensational especially at their
upper end range limits. And lastly the CEO of the
night RW didn't miss a step and sounded incredible.
from Edmonton, Alberta
Saw Roger Waters at Rexall a few years ago and the show was mind
Kathie from Alvarado, Texas
Saw Roger Waters last night at the American
Airlines Center in Dallas. I had never seen
Waters before and even though my brother
hyped if as the best show EVER, I was not
disappointed. His voice has really held up
well; he sounds exactly the same as always.
The show was mostly Pink Floyd, with a few
Waters solo songs, a couple from the new
album. The first half was really solid,
outstanding musicianship, but nothing
spectacular as far as the set, or any surprised.
The children who performed during Brick in
the Wall, Pt. 2 were incredible, especially after
learning they never got the tape beforehand
and learned the whole routine right before
theshow! but after the intermission, oh my
gosh! I can't even explain! This contraption,
which Just looked like an ordinary light
rigging, starts lowering over the audience's
heads, and then expands upward tho
become a series off giant, and I mean giant,
projection screens! I don't want to give any
more spoilers, you can check it out on
Dave from Detroit, Michigan
ROGER WATERS - DETROIT SHOW (8/2/17)
One of the best shows I'd seen from a nostalgic point of view. Music / vocals were spot on and the vids seemed to be a bit "old school", seeming to intentionally throw us back in time. Yes, we were all warned of the political spin and it didn't disappoint Trump-haters (I saw few walk-outs) although it was a bit overdone. But I was there for the music and I left w/o disappointment.
Bill from Hartford, Connecticut
ROGER WATERS XL CENTER
Have waited years to see him. And wasn't
disappointed. His talent speaks for itself in each
song. An incredible artist and an amazing show.
Meeko from Clearfield, Pennsylvania
AWESOME -- PITTSBURGH PPG SHOW (9/19/2017)
Roger Waters did not disappoint. Put aside Roger Waters political beliefs and you truly
have one of the greatest singer/song writer of all time. The sights, the sound and play-
list was phenomenal.
Walter Shanahan from Boston
WATERS IS A GENIUS
I have been listening to PF since I was ten. I'm 44 now and the music hasn't gotten old. I introduced RW's solo albums to my wife 20 years ago and we both consider Amused to Death one of our absolute favorite albums. The music has aged with me, and become more meaningful as I've grown more knowledgeable of world history, and especially the 20th century. I saw him many years ago with my brother and his wife's comment was "that's druggie music". She had a point in that Floyd was mind blowing for people using hallucinogens etc, but... Waters left Floyd partly because he wanted to continue emphasizing his antiwar message in his work, and I thank him for that, because his message speaks to me. We are all one human race on one small planet, and we are manipulated and controlled by a comparatively tiny group of men who are squeezing every bit of profit out of our ever decreasing resources. With knowledge comes power, and I support RW's efforts to alert people to the theft of our future.
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