Roger Waters talking at an event for Australia Palestine Advocacy Network (APAN) at the Atheneum Theatre Melbourne on Friday 9 February 2018. Photo Ros O'Gorman
by Paul Cashmere on August 5, 2020
Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters has recorded an acoustic version of John Prine’s ‘Hello In There’ with Lucius.
Roger said in a statement, “This is a clip w/ Lucius from ‘Our Voices Together’, a film about the Newport Folk Festival. “Hello in There” I did at Newport Folk with John Prine in 2017”.
John Prine died from Coronavirus in April.
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Poco’s Rusty Young has died from a heart attack at age 75.
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