Music Gear News
Pink Floyd and Ed Sheeran Olympic team-up planned
A famous acoustic guitars player who is going to be turning up, none other than Ed Sheeran, has spoken out about the fact that he'll be playing alongside a famous electric guitars band…
The band in question? Pink Floyd!
"I'm playing the closing ceremony - which I think is kinda cool right?" he said to Nova recently.
"I'm doing a song with Pink Floyd. I'm doing 'Wish You Were Here'." The Lego House and Wake Me Up crooner later added to the Australian radio station.
Sheeran's LP is called '+' and is home to tracks such as Kiss Me, This and Grade 8.
According to the singer, though drums player Nick Mason is going to feature, not all of the Pink Floyd members who are still alive will be there for the upcoming gig.
Published by AW.Posted on 3 Aug 2012 20:28 to category : Band / Celebrity News
Related Music News
Michael J Fox brings old classics back to the future with the help of Coldplay.
Jury confirms Led Zeppelin did not copy the opening chord sequence of Stairway to Heaven.
Minnesota governor honours Prince with commemorative day on what would have been his 58th birthday.
UK Postal service mark 50 years of Pink Floyd with special Pink Floyd stamp set.
Iconic Motorhead bass player Lemmy is set to be commemorated with limited edition stamp run.
Andrew Tkaczyk takes to the drums again for the first time since November 2015 who had lost his leg following a road-traffic accident.
Recent Music News
Guitar Icon to feature alongside Richards and Wood on new Stones album
EHX faithfully re-create their cult 80s synth in app form
Still chance to get your discounted Arturia Key Lab before 31/7/2016
The USA amp company add more amps to their high-end range
We take a closer look into the Kronos MOD-7 sound engine
The new update for all Shure GLX-D wireless systems is set to improved RF transmission reliability.