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Roger Waters

When he's not treating Radiohead to a grandfatherly lambasting over playing a show in Israel, Roger Waters, a founding member and principal creative force behind prog/art-rock juggernaut Pink Floyd, occasionally releases solo music and/or tours behind Pink Floyd classics. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer dropped his first new album in twelve years this year, with the thematically-pointed yet largely lackluster Is This the Life We Really Want?, having dropped only four proper albums of solo material in total since his 1984 debut. But dude still knows how to put on an arena-sized psychedelic odyssey of a show, and you can bet that, at his San Antonio show this weekend, you'll hear plenty of the old stuff, especially from The Wall, which has become depressingly relevant again in 2017.

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