Personalities | Pink Floyd | The Post-Break Up Era (1999) | Key Events
Waters’ In The Flesh Tours Begin
In July 1999 Roger Waters commenced his first major tour since promoting Radio K.A.O.S. in 1987. Playing to enthusiastic crowds Waters delivered a set that carefully balanced the Floyd legacy with his own solo work. The band were drilled to perfection and included famed Sixties singer P.P. Arnold on vocals as well as the usual suspects: Andy Fairweather-Low (guitar), Snowy White (guitar) and Doyle Bramhall II (keyboards). The tour was confined to America for a month of dates in 1999 and 2000; in 2002 Waters went global, taking the tour from South Africa to Japan, and ending up at Glastonbury on 30 June 2002.
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