Roger Waters The Wall, the documentary that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last fall, will play on movie screens across the world for one night only nearly a tear after its debut.
Roger Waters' 'Amused to Death,' a guest-packed – and still very relevant – indictment of a screen-obsessed culture, is returning with a multi-format remastering.
Roger Waters' longtime support of the Palestine people has prompted him to write open letters to artists such as Neil Young in the past.
Pink Floyd continued on for years after Roger Waters quit the band in 1985, still enjoy platinum sales and sold-out tours even without the creative input of the band's longtime guiding hand.
Until recently, the prospect of a new Pink Floyd album seemed to good to be true, but now that the long-dormant group has confirmed its upcoming 'Endless River' LP, fans may feel like no dream is too unlikely to wish for.
Roger Waters' new 'The Wall' film isn't your average concert documentary.
Pink Floyd weren't Roger Waters' band when they first got together in 1965.
After three years of touring behind his version of the Pink Floyd classic 'The Wall,' Roger Waters is ready to bring the production to movie theaters.
On July 21, 1990, former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters presented an all-star production of 'The Wall' near the recently dismantled Berlin Wall.
Roger Waters believes that Neil Young should cancel his show in Tel Aviv in protest of the Israeli government.