Roger Waters, Nick Mason voice desire for Pink Floyd Glastonbury reunion

Roger Waters and Nick Mason seem interested in reuniting the surviving members of Pink Floyd for one last show, if David Gilmour was interested in doing the same.

The Telegraph reported this week Waters and Mason, during an event promoting the art exhibit The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains, expressed their interest in playing the Glastonbury Festival.

“It would be nice to add it to the list of things,” Mason said, per the Telegraph. “I’ve never played Glastonbury. It would be fun to do it. I don’t think it would be very likely.”

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Getting Gilmour on board would be the trick. Gilmour in the past has expressed no interest in touring with Pink Floyd again, particularly following the death of keyboardist Richard Wright, and in a 2014 Rolling Stone interview said the chances of a reunion show were small.

“I wouldn’t rule anything out,” Gilmour said at the time. “I don’t want to make hard and fast rules for myself. Anything I say to you about this stuff is, of course, just my opinion at this particular moment in my life. Anything could change, but I think the likelihood of it being any more than one little charity show or something is very, very remote. It would have to be the right thing.”

Mason, who turned 73 in January, expressed a sentiment that it might be now or never for the band to get together one last time.

“We’re all beginning to feel our age and may not be around for much longer,” Mason told the Telegraph.

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