There’s so much to take in from a concert like the one staged by Roger Waters, the legendary Pink Floyd singer and bassist, at Staples Center on Tuesday, but let’s start near the finish with “Us and Them,” a track off the iconic album “Dark Side Of The Moon” and the song that that provided the name for the 73-year-old Englishman’s current Us + Them tour.
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From the 1979 classic progressive rock double album The Wall, Roger Waters performs the last three tracks of side three. Pink Floyd’s Vera, Bring The Boys Back Home (featuring Lucius) and Comfortably Numb (Is there anybody in there?) were live in concert at Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA on June 20, 2017. The Roger Waters Us & Them Tour has their first of three concerts at the Staples Center.
Roger Waters Tour band members are: Roger Waters – bass, lead vocals, guitars Dave Kilminster – guitars, bass, talk box, backing vocals Gus Seyffert – guitars, bass, keyboards, backing vocals Jonathan Wilson – guitars, keyboards, lead and backing vocals Drew Erickson – piano, keyboards, Hammond organ Jon Carin – piano, keyboards, programming, lap steel guitar, guitars, backing vocals Ian Ritchie – saxophone, additional bass Joey Waronker – drums, percussion Jess Wolfe – lead and backing vocals, percussion Holly Laessig – lead and backing vocals, percussion
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