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Pink Floyd Reunion?

Drummer Nick Mason hopes they will play together again

  • 21/03/2011
  • Adrian Larkin
Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason has been setting the record straight on any future Pink Floyd reunion plans.

"No one has said we will never work (together) again."

However, that does not mean we should expect a full Pink Floyd tour anytime soon:

"I think it is very unlikely we are going to go out on tour however I live in hope we would absolutely do another Live 8 or play together for the right reasons," the drummer told 6 Music.

The band recently turned down a charity performance which would have meant the surviving members reforming for the first time in five years after they learned it would take place in the home of the ex-wife of retired Pakistani cricketer, Imran Khan.

Now Roger Waters is touring in Europe with The Wall starting again tonight in Lisbon (21 March ) and Nick Mason is keen to witness it for himself.

Speaking to Adrian Larkin he explains what would need to happen to get them to perform together again:

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