Roger Waters


Pink Floyd / Solo

“In the past two years we’ve had over 120 shows in 23 countries running both Samson audio and wireless every show. They’re so reliable, it would be nearly impossible to imagine a tour without them.”

Roger Waters is best known as the bass player, co-lead vocalist, lyricist and the principal songwriter in the inconic rock band Pink Floyd. He took over the band's songwriting duties after the departure of Sid Barret in 1968. Roger saw the band through the release of some of rock's landmark albums, such as Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, The Wall and The Final Cut. After the release of The Final Cut in 1983, Roger departed from Pink Floyd and went on to release three solo concept albums. After taking an extended break from touring, he finally returned to stage for a Pink Floyd reunion show in 2005 with fellow members David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright. Roger has recently taken his The Wall Live tour to audiences around the world who are trying to get a glimpse at this rock legend.