The ex-member of the rock group Pink Floyd kicked off his newest solo tour this week. The “Us + Them Tour” is as spectacular and technically challenging as his previous live shows – and it might be the 73-year-old musician’s last lap.
73 year-old musician Roger Waters talks with correspondent Anthony Mason about his history with Pink Floyd, going solo, the value of protest music, and his brand a new album, “Is This the Life We Really Want?”
You can watch full interview video beneath.
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