When pigs fly. It seemed like Roger Waters and David Gilmour would never share a share together again but it happened on June 12, 2005 for the Live 8 concert. It was the first time that had happened since Waters left to pursue a solo career in 1985. From then on it was David Gilmour's band. But not before Waters filed a lawsuit against his former band claiming he had rights to the Pink Floyd name. They later reached an out of court settlement and the Water-less Pink Floyd went on to record the very successful "Momentary Lapse of Reason" in 1987, The Division Bell in 1994 and the mostly instrumental The Endless River in 2014. The two did briefly appear at a few of each other's solo concerts but this is pretty much the closest thing we'll ever get to a Pink Floyd reunion. Keyboardist Richard Wright died in 2008.
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