Roger Waters New Orleans Tickets
Is This the Life We Really Want? will be Roger Water’s first album since Amused to Death released in 1992. Another big news coming out of Waters’ camp is that he will headline a US-wide tour to help promote this album. In his own words, the Us+Them Tour will be 25% Waters’ new stuff, while the remaining will be from his Pink Floyd days. Us+Them Tour will soon reach the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans. If you’re a fan of Waters, then get your Roger Waters New Orleans tickets now. The arena is only big enough for a little over 17,000 Waters’ fans, so hurry.
Considered to be the backbone of Pink Floyd, Roger Waters has been inducted into both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and UK Music Hall of Fame.
The Pink Floyd Days
Waters co-founded Pink Floyd with Syd Barrett, Rick Wright, and Nick Mason. A singer-songwriter, music composer and bassist, Waters’ helped the band become one of the best-selling musical acts in the history of music. The band became known for iconic singles Hey You, Comfortably Numb, One of My Turns and Another Brick in the Wall. Later, creative differences led Waters to leave the band and start a solo career.
Roger Waters - The Solo Star
Roger Waters has released three studio albums (fourth on the way), fourteen singles, one compilation album and three live albums. His debut solo album The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking was released in 1984 and was certified Gold in the US. In 1987, his second album Radio K.A.O.S. came out and was certified Gold in Canada. It also did extremely well in his native England. Amused to Death came out in 1992 and peaked at No.8 spot on the UK Albums chart. A 14-track album, it won the Grammy Award for Best Surround Sound Album.
Is This the Life We Really Want? is scheduled to be released in May, 2017. Seven years in the making, this album will have Lay Down Jerusalem (If I Had Been God), Safe and Sound and Crystal Clear Brooks. If you’re a Pink Floyd and Roger Waters’ fan, then you must get Roger Waters New Orleans tickets now.