Getty Images calls on UK public to search their archives to fill in gaps of great gigs that have no known photographic record
Radio 3's terrific and terrifically odd documentary revolved around a small village in the South Downs and a 45-year-old production of Alice Through The Looking Glass
Strangely, two of these, 'Up the Junction' and 'Virginia Plain', also featured in the top 10 songs whose titles are only in the final words. There were disputes: Citizen Sane nominated 'Losing My Religion' by REM, but Stuart Ritchie and I ruled that it has a chorus. And no, there's no Bob Dylan. Editor's privilege
The former Pink Floyd man’s staging of The Wall is the highest-grossing solo tour ever. He tells Andy Gill why it still works so well
Gilmour argues restrictions on peaceful protest are becoming more widespread under this Government
Veteran folk and rock performer Roy Harper has been charged with a series of historic sex offences against an under-age girl.
Wembley Stadium at night suits The Wall. It feels oppressive and chaotic up in the stands of this aircraft hanger of a venue, and Roger Waters’ most literally monumental achievement has more self-loathing, rage and disgust in its bones than any other rock show that’s filled stadiums worldwide with people wanting to hear it.
The play Darkside was commissioned by BBC Radio 2 to mark the 40th anniversary of the band's Dark Side of The Moon album
Only tours by Madonna and Bruce Springsteen were more appealing than the Pink Floyd co-founder's according to Billboard
With an incredible $110 million in pretax earnings, Dr. Dre has topped the list of 2012's highest-paid musicians.
Former Pink Floyd musician Roger Waters has announced a summer tour of The Wall in large open-air stadiums across Europe.
Wealthy guests at the Savoy Hotel will be allowed to take over Abbey Road and add amateur recordings to its heritage in a move that will horrify Beatles obsessives for whom the recording studios are sacred ground.
The son of Pink Floyd rock star David Gilmour gave a final defiant wave to the press gallery today as he was led away to start a lengthy prison sentence for a drink and drug fuelled rampage during last year's tuition fees protests.
This is the one. You may remember, in 2009, the clamour of critics lauding The Horrors for – shock, er, horror – actually making a good album with their second effort, Primary Colours. I was practically a lone sceptic, sulking and tutting on my own in the corner.
'The Lark Ascending' tops poll of 25,000 would-be castaways for special edition of Radio 4 show