Sometimes we might wonder how some of our favorite bands got their name. Most of the time the answer is not that interesting. However, with the iconic British classic rock band Pink Floyd how they were named is very fascinating.
Our song of the day for October 16th, 2019 is Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb” as performed by David Gilmour in 2006 at the Royale Albert Hall.
David Gilmour (73) was born March 6th, 1946 in Cambridge, England. Join us in wishing David a happy birthday.
Excellent performance by David Gilmour of “Combortably Numb.”
Truly an amazing song performed by the legendary David Gilmour. This version of “Wish You Were Here” is recorded live and is unplugged. It does not take a diehard Pink Floyd fan to feel the passion Gilmour puts into performing.
We can’t get enough of David Gilmour or Pink Floyd. This is an excellent video recording of David Gilmour performing in New York.