The rocker exchanged vows at his estate in New York.
Hans Zimmer supervised the choir via FaceTime as they sang "Eclipse" -- likely chosen because of the band's earlier connection to a "Dune" project.
Roger Waters claims David Gilmour has banned him from Pink Floyd's website.
Demons, spaceships, Pink Floyd: Coronavirus survivor reveals vivid hallucinations and nightmares from 'ICU delirium'
Neurologists are warning that delirium, a common condition in ICUs, may be worse for coronavirus patients. One survivor describes the night he felt convinced he was choking to death.
The star's performance was a poignant tribute to the toll and the isolation of these lockdown times.
Police department calls out Pink Floyd fans for breaking stay-at-home order: 'Sadly I'm sure we all wish we could be here'
"This thing is killing people left and right," a New Jersey police chief says after shutting down the gathering.
The It List: Kaley Cuoco voices a foul-mouthed Harley Quinn, Kacey Musgraves hosts a Christmas special and the best in pop culture the week of Nov. 25, 2019
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His iconic "Black Strat" went for more than 26 times its asking price.
Jim Irsay collects famous classic guitars, and the one he bought Thursday night broke a record and benefited charity.
The guitarist said the global climate crisis is the greatest challenge that humanity will face.
Pink Floyd's David Gilmour Auctioning 120 Guitars in New York
In 1997, Pink Floyd released a poster showcasing some of the band’s album covers painted onto the bare backs of six models. Now, a group of women are paying tribute to the poster by recreating it with an inclusive twist.
“Piper at the Gates of Dawn” isn’t just the name of a Pink Floyd album that’s being reissued on vinyl. It’s a prescription for how early you may need to be in line at the gates of your local brick-and-mortar music shop on Saturday for Record Store Day, if you want to be sure to […]
“The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains” is an immersive, multisensory and theatrical journey through Pink Floyd’s extraordinary world. A story of sound, design and performance, the exhibition chronicles the music, iconic visuals and staging of the band, from the underground psychedelic scene in 1960s London to the present day, illustrating their groundbreaking use of special effects, sonic experimentation, powerful imagery and social commentary.
Naomi Watts reveals that her father's untimely death as a result of a heroin overdose left her with few pictures or memories of him. That changed when a Pink Floyd fan recently brought her the first photo she had ever seen of her father smiling.
A gold RIAA plaque for 'The Dark Side of the Moon' will go up for auction on Thursday.
Rock royalty turn up to Pink Floyd retrospective at V&A museum in South Kensington
We remember Barbeque '67 - the UK's first ever rock festival, which featured 1960s icons like Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd and Cream playing against the bizarre backdrop of an agricultural outbuilding in Lincolnshire.
A new species of shrimp has been given the honour of being named after legendary band Pink Floyd because of it produces a sound louder than rock concerts. The pistol shrimp, Synalpheus pinkfloydi, has a distinctive pink snapping claw which it uses to stun prey with sonic energy.
The Abbey Road Studios recording console used on 'Dark Side of the Moon' has sold at auction for $1.8 million.
Original Gerald Scarfe paintings from 1982 film adaptation of Pink Floyd's 'The Wall' are going on sale.
Legion is being billed as FX’s first foray into comic-book television, but based on a 25-minute preview presentation that screened at New York Comic Con, you’d be forgiven for thinking this is Noah Hawley’s version of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest with a dash of 12 Monkeys thrown in. Here’s what we do know: Legion is the name of a popular X-Men character who has been part of comic-book continuity for over three decades. Originally introduced in 1985, his actual name is David Charles Haller and he’s the son of none other than Professor Charles Xavier, the founder and mentor of the X-Men.
‘Oldchella’ Gets Mysterious Teaser Videos From Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, the Who, Roger Waters
“Oldchella” will be a three-day music fest featuring the Who, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Roger Waters, and Neil Young.
At one point or another, you’ve probably sung along to the chorus of “Purple Rain.” But the song’s equally iconic guitar solo is a little harder to nail down, unless that is, you’re a virtuoso guitar player like David Gilmour of Pink Floyd. Following Prince’s death on April 21st, musicians of all genres honored the legend with tributes of every kind.
YouTuber Zoe Sugg has had her fair share of backlash in the last few years, but this is arguably the most bizarre twist in her story yet. The 25-year-old has faced criticism after sharing a photo she took of a “random man and his dog” on the beach, not realising that the ‘random man’ is actually Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour.
Photo: Carl Court/Getty Images by Andy Greene Interviewing Roger Waters can be a wild ride. If he likes a question, he’s happy to pontificate at length, but bore him with tired inquiries and angry Roger "If you don’t eat your meat, you won’t get any pudding!“ Waters can come out, though usually only for a few frightening seconds. The occasion for Rolling Stone’s latest chat with the Pink Floyd co-founder was the impending release of Roger Waters The Wall, a CD/Blu-ray document of his recent Wall tour, out November 20th, but inevitably politics came up quite a bit.