‘I’ve been there, I’ve done it,’ says the rockerFormer British Pink Floyd band member David Gilmour has no plays to reunited the band. He's having far too much fun on his own. But, if you go see him live, he will break out a Floyd tune.
LONDON - David Gilmour is sorry to disappoint, but there will be no Pink Floyd reunion. He’s having too much fun on his own.
The British rock icon raised fans’ hopes when the band performed at the Live 8 charity concert in London in 2005. It was the first time in almost a quarter of a century that Gilmour and estranged bandmate Roger Waters had appeared onstage together, and the atmosphere was electric.
But once was enough, Gilmour says.