Pink Floyd’s recording career may have ended. But the band’s Jewish history lives on.
Radiohead is bucking the boycott Israel movement to play in Tel Aviv, Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters says.
Add Roger Waters, the Pink Floyd bassist, to the list of those who think Donald Trumps speeches could be translated from the original German.
Two singing Israeli rabbis, Aryeh and Gil Gat, have created an almost spot-on rendition of Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here,” captured in this performance on a Jerusalem street.
Former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters is said to have written “The Wall” in 1979 as a metaphor for his internal isolation. But in recent years, he has increasingly politicized the seminal album, particularly to criticize Israel’s polices toward the Palestinians.
With the release of ‘The Endless River,’ Pink Floyd’s recording career seems to be at an end. But Seth Rogovoy explains how the band’s Jewish history lives on.
Two founding members of the Pink Floyd rock band called on their colleagues from The Rolling Stones to cancel a concert in Israel.
Dusseldorf’s Jewish community is pushing for a boycott of a Roger Waters concert in their city.
It’s not every day that a supermodel takes on a rock legend. But Bar Refaeli laid down a challenge to Roger Waters after the veteran musician published an open letter to his colleagues urging them to boycott Israel.
British rocker Roger Waters published an open letter calling on fellow musicians to join a boycott of Israel. The letter, which condemns Israel for apartheid and ethnic cleansing, has been expected for several months, according to the Electronic Intifada, which first reported on its existence.