Posted May 28th, 2012 by PFO Staff
We were contacted by the producers for Harry Waters (Part of Roger’s “The Wall Live” band and his son) – letting us know Harry’s band will be having a concert in Fort Lauderdale, when Roger Waters “The Wall Live” show hits there next month. If you’re from South Florida, or are going to be in the area for Rogers’ show, you may want to check this out as well!
The younger Waters is known to most fans as the little kid who says, “Look, mummy. There’s an airplane up in the sky,” before the ramble of an acoustic guitar during the opening of “Goodbye Blue Sky.” “I’ve grown up with it, and it’s a lot of fun,” Harry said.
Excerpt from the Press Release:
Harry Waters, 33 years old, is the first born child of Roger Waters, founding member of Pink Floyd. Roger is currently touring the world performing “The Wall”, where Harry is featured as one of two keyboard players on tour. The Wall comes to Bank Atlantic Center on June 15th. On June 18th, Harry returns to South Florida to play at Revolution Live as a fundraiser for Community Arts & Culture. He will play in a quartet setting with local musicians that are internationally known, with many years of touring and recording experience.
Also appearing at the show will be members of The Wall band including Kipp, Mark & Pat Lennon, who along with their cousin Michael Lennon are part of the band Venice. Another member of the Wall band who will be appearing is Robbie Wyckoff. Special guests Spam Allstars featuring DJ Le Spam will be performing a set joined by Harry Waters and other surprise guests. Rounding out the roster of great musicians is Bobbie Lee Rodgers.