Roger Waters Shoots Down U.S.-Mexico Border Concert Rumours

Pink Floyd mastermind Roger Waters has shot down rumours he is planning to perform The Wall at the U.S.-Mexico border.

In an interview with New York’s Q104.3, Waters said it is logistically impossible at this time because he is preparing for his Us + Them Tour.

He told Jim Kerr and Shelli Sonstein that he might do such a show in the future, if the Trump administration, or a future one, abandons the border wall concept.

Waters also joked about rumours that he and his former drummer Nick Mason might be working together again this year.

"I wish him the very best," Waters said. "I know the addresses of a number of labour exchanges in the United Kingdom."

He said he and Mason are close friends and see each other often.

Waters talked about the concept behind his upcoming new album, Is This the Life We Really Want?, which he said explores what divides human beings -- things like politics, religion, and ethnicity. 

Waters’ Us + Them Tour wraps up in Canada with shows Oct. 2 and 3 in Toronto, Oct. 16 and 17 in Montreal, Oct. 22 in Winnipeg, Oct. 24 in Edmonton, and Oct. 28 in Vancouver.

Listen to the full interview below:

Original article by Andrew Magnotta at iHeartRadio