Roger Waters Hartford Tickets
Roger Waters is one of the most famous musicians of all time. Having spent the early part of his career as the lead singer-songwriter and guitarist for one of the most enduring bands of all time, Pink Floyd, Waters is a musician everyone knew about. He is renowned for his incredible vocal range as well as his songwriting and musicianship. These factors were all instrumental in helping him branch off and start his own solo career when he hit a rocky patch with his Pink Floyd band mates. Waters then spent years releasing his solo material and touring the globe relentlessly. If you want to see him perform live, be sure to get yourself a pair of Roger Waters Hartford tickets today.
Roger Waters has also been involved in a number of charitable ventures. 2017 is a big year for Waters as he will be hitting the road once again on the Us + Them Tour.
Roger Waters and His Enduring Appeal
Roger Waters helped to propel Pink Floyd into super stardom with his vocal and song-writing abilities. He took those same skills and earned a massive fan following when he decided to focus on his solo work.
The Us + Them 2017 Tour
Roger Waters announced that he would be heading out on a massive North American tour in 2017 called the Us + Them Tour. The 40 date tour will kick off in May in Kansas City and run all the way through into October where the last date will be played in Vancouver.
A press release concerning the tour stated that it would feature a wide range of music from the span of Waters’ career. Fans can also expect state of the art audio-visual production on the tour.
This is Waters’ first tour in four years. Don’t miss out on the chance to see him live. Get your Roger Waters Hartford tickets today.
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