This week in 1980, Pink Floyd presented the first live performance in concert of the album The Wall in Los Angeles at the Memorial Sports Arena. The wild multi-media production included a wall built on stage during the concert. The opening night show came to a short pause but got back up and running when fireworks set fire to the stage. The audience thought it was part of the show.
This week in 1979, Pink Floyd let loose with their excellent collection The Wall. The album was a huge success, for 15 weeks it was #1. There’s a real good chance you have the LP in your collection over 23 million copies have been sold.
Steve Forman, a session drummer who has worked with such luminaries as Pink Floyd and David Bowie, is facing deportation from the U.K. According to Britain's Home Office, he does not earn enough money to remain in the country.
David Gilmour tends to take quite a few years off between projects, so it might seem safe to assume that the release of Pink Floyd's 'The Endless River' will be the last we'll hear from him for some time.
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.
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