January 23, 2012 4 Comments
Roger Waters rarely sits down for interviews, so at first glance it’s surprising that he went on Howard Stern’s radio show last week. Waters is on tour with The Wall Live, but certainly isn’t in need of additional fame or money to sell tickets, and seems quite convincing when he informs Stern that he wouldn’t do a Pink Floyd reunion tour even for hundreds of millions of dollars. Of course, Waters has already proven himself to be a man of conviction over currency with his split from Pink Floyd. Still, he says that the anger surrounding those issues has ebbed and that he now gets along with both surviving bandmates, David Gilmour and Nick Mason, and has even become close friends again with Mason.