Eddie Butler, the drum tech on Roger Waters Wall Tour for Graham Broad has said in the YouTube video below that the Wall tour will be going to “America this year, through Europe next year. Then we’re looking at going down to South East Asia, Australia and South America and possibly back to America.”
The comments were made in November 2010 but I had not seen it until it was posted on the NPF Forum.
Last Saturday night [4th Dec 2010 I think], Venice used a day off from their performing duties as the backup singers on Roger Waters’ “The Wall” tour to stage their annual Venice Christmas Concert in Santa Monica, CA.In attendance was the entirety of …Waters’ touring band.
After delivering a blistering two hour set, Venice surprised the crowd at their first encore by returning to the stage with Robbie Wykoff, Harry Waters, Dave Kilminster, GE Smith, Graham Broad and Jon Joyce. They proceeded to perform “Goodbye Blue Sky,” “Comfortably Numb” and a medley consisting of Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition,” David Bowie’s “Fame,” Peter Gabriel’s “Sledgehammer” and the Rolling Stones’ “It’s Only Rock and Roll (But I Like It).”
The excitement and enthusiasm from the sold out crowd practically tore the roof off!