Waters to embark on world tour
co-founder announces more than 40 dates for 2002
of Pink Floyd Roger
Waters announced he would begin a world tour of more than
20 countries beginning in February. Waters made his announcement
Oct. 18 at Club de L'etoile in Paris, France. The Europe shows will
be his first since his 1987 "Radio
K.A.O.S." performance at Wembley Arena in London.
leg of the "In the Flesh" tour will begin Feb. 28 at Bellville
Velodrome in Cape Town, South Africa. It will wrap up June 26 at
Wembley Arena in London, England. View
the complete list of concert dates.
Waters will be: Andy Fairweather-Low, guitar; Snowy White, guitar;
Doyle Bramhall II, guitar and vocals; Graham Broad, drums; Jon Carin,
keyboards; Andy Wallace, keyboards; Norbert Stachel, saxophone;
Katie Kissoon, vocals; Susannah Melvoin, vocals; and PP Arnold,
out 50 venues in North America when he toured during the summer
of 1999 and 2000. Like those shows, the 2002 tour will feature Floyd
material, including material from "The
Wall," "Dark Side
Of The Moon," "Animals,"
"Wish You Were Here,"
and "The Final Cut."
Solo numbers from "Amused
To Death" and "The
Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking" will be part of the songlist,
as well as a new Waters song, "Each Small Candle."
release a new album in 2002. No word on whether or not the 2002
tour will include any new numbers in addition to "Each Small
Candle" from the upcoming album.
July 26, 2001; Revised Sept. 23, 2001; Oct. 22, 2001)
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