Pink Floyd teams up once again for charity

Washington: Members of English rock band Pink Floyd have put their differences aside and teamed up once again to sign a guitar that will help raise money for charity.

The group stunned fans with a one-off reunion during Roger Waters’ show at London’s 02 Arena in May this year when David Gilmour and Nick Mason joined their former bandmate on stage, Contactmusic reported.

Waters has since dismissed speculation they will be reforming for any further projects, but they have now teamed up to raise funds for the homeless.

Gilmour, Waters and Mason have all signed a Fender Stratocaster guitar, which was painted by artist Ian Emes to recreate their Dark Side of the Moon album.

Money raised from the auction of the instrument will go to U.K. homeless charity, Crisis.

Other stars including Kings Of Leon, James Blunt and Status Quo have also signed guitars for the auction, which starts on 14 July (11).


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