London: Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters has revealed that his former bandmate David Gilmour will join him on stage on his forthcoming tour of The Wall – but only for one gig.
Written as a tale of alienation and despair loosely based on the life of its creator - Waters - the multi-million selling album was first released 30 years ago.
Now he is bringing it back on tour.
He split from Pink Floyd in 1985, and ever since there have been the inevitable questions about reforming the original line-up, with talk recently of David Gilmour joining him on stage during one of the performances.
The last big gig the pair did with each other was at Live 8 in 2005.
"I hear the rumours - I think it’s beginning to look now as if he’ll do one gig, he’ll do Comfortably Numb at one gig,” Sky News quoted him as saying.
"It’s a big secret when. Live 8 was the big one when Rick (Wright) was still alive - it was very moving,” he added.
Waters has also said this may be the last time he ever does anything on this scale.