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Roger Waters Admits He Shouldn’t Have Sued Pink Floyd

Roger Waters has admitted that he shouldn't have sued his former Pink Floyd bandmates after he left the group in 1985. In an interview scheduled to air on Sept. 19 on BBC World News, Waters said, "I did think that was wrong, and I was wrong."

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Bruce Springsteen, Roger Waters Added to ‘Stand Up for Heroes’ Benefit Concert

A number of familiar faces will be returning to New York City this November for the seventh annual 'Stand Up for Heroes' benefit concert. Bruce Springsteen, Roger Waters and 'Daily Show' host Jon Stewart are among a list of initially confirmed performers. Jerry Seinfeld will also perform, with more expected to be named later.

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Top 10 Roger Waters Songs

Roger Waters, Pink Floyd’s middle-period creative mastermind, has been the band's most prolific solo artist since departing in 1983. Still, as with former bandmate David Gilmour, Waters' solo efforts tend to get overlooked in a world where the group's 'The

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Supermodel Bar Refaeli to Roger Waters: Stop Using My Picture

Roger Waters is a longtime and vocal opponent of the Israeli government's treatment of the Palestinian people. He's called for a cultural boycott and even put a Star of David on an inflatable pig during a recent concert in Belgium, earning the wrath of everyone from Jewish rabbis to his fellow musicians.

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Roger Waters Responds to Star of David Controversy

Roger Waters is fighting back after being called "an open hater of Jews." In an open letter to fans, the Pink Floyd singer refutes Rabbi Abraham Cooper's claims following Waters' use of the Star of David on a pig during a July 18 show in Belgium.

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Disturbed Singer David Draiman Blasts Roger Waters

The controversial decision by Roger Waters to place a Star of David on an inflatable pig during a recent performance of 'The Wall' has gotten him in hot water with leading Jewish rights organizations. Now, David Draiman of the metal band Disturbed has taken offense to Waters' actions and penned a stinging response.

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Roger Waters in Trouble for Putting Star of David on Inflatable Pig

Over the past year, Roger Waters has stepped up his protests over the Israeli government's treatment of the Palestinian people, calling for a cultural boycott of Israel and speaking before the United Nations on the subject. But now he is in hot water with a leading Jewish organization for using a Star of David in a controversial manner at a recent concert.

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Roger Waters vs. Pink Floyd – Infamous Rock Lawsuits

Years of battling between Roger Waters and David Gilmour over the direction of Pink Floyd had drained their partnership of its creativity. Rogers quit formally in December of 1985, assuming that would end the group. When the band started worki

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Roger Waters Calls for Cultural Boycott of Israel

Thirty years after the release of Pink Floyd's 'The Final Cut,' which focused on the early-1980s conflict over the Falkland Islands, Roger Waters is still involved with world politics. These days, he's calling for a South African apartheid-style musical boycott of Israel.

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Roger Waters on Pink Floyd: ‘It Was Over in 1985′

Former Pink Floyd maestro Roger Waters may be riding high with a hugely successful touring version of 'The Wall,' but that doesn't mean he would ever consider touring with his former band again. In a recent interview, the singer-songwriter and bass player spoke succinctly about the matter, saying, "It was over in 1985, and it's still over."

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