Roger Waters: The Wall: Live @ Radio City Music Hall
1260 Sixth Ave. 8 p.m. $79.50-$254.50. 866-858-0008.
It would be easy to become the world’s biggest cynic upon hearing Roger Waters is going on the road with The Wall: Live given the fact that outside of the three solo albums he’s released since he left Pink Floyd in 1985, most of his projects have involved revisiting this album or Dark Side of the Moon. The big deal here is, in commemorating the 30th anniversary of the album’s release, he’s making a huge stage production out of the show not unlike the original high-tech tour that only played a handful of American dates in Los Angeles and at the Nassau Coliseum back in 1980. Further sweetening this scenario is that he and David Gilmour made peace at a charity event they played this past July and Gilmour has promised to play guitar on “Comfortably Numb” at one of the dates on this tour. The actual show where the two will reunite is being kept under wraps, so you’ll have to hit the Coliseum too to see if history repeats itself.
(Also appearing Oct. 12 @ Nassau Coliseum)