Rogers Waters recently sat down with interviewer Steve Kroft on ABC's 60 Minutes to discuss the massive success of his current The Wall tour. In the interview he discusses how the music has stayed relevant and why he decided to leave Pink Floyd.
"I think it strikes some chords that may be just beneath surface in most of us. What it's about is the walls that exist between human beings, whether on a family level or on a global level. And I think that resonates with people," he says of The Wall.
When asked when he decided to leave Pink Floyd, Waters added:
"There must have been a reason back in 1985 why I left Pink Floyd, left the name, left that big umbrella of comfort . . . and there was a reason for why I did, okay," he said. "And [that reason] didn't go away, certainly, in the intervening 25 years or however long it's been."
by RTT Staff Writer
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