Billy Corgan & Tom Morello Guest With Roger Waters For ‘Comfortably Numb’

first_imgRoger Waters of Pink Floyd fame hosted the this year’s Music Heals benefit concert at DAR-Constitution Hall in Washington D.C. over the weekend and brought along a remarkable cast of musicians to help raise money for MusiCorp, a non-profit organization that supports wounded troops and their familes. The charity even goes so far as to teach wounded service members how to play instruments to aid them during their rehab process. They’ve become known as The MusicCorps Wounded Warrior Band.David Gilmour Welcomes David Crosby, Graham Nash In LondonAmong those enlisted to play at this year’s event were Billy Corgan of The Smashing Pumpkins, Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine, Sheryl Crow, as well as Tim Conley, an injured Marine who lost both his legs in Afghanistan, heralded guitar player G.E. Smith, and the MusiCorps Wounded Warrior Band, the group of Waters mentors himself.Roger Waters Planning Autobiography, World Tour In 2016Waters offered up a great set, mixing in Pink Floyd classics like “Shine On Your Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)”, “Money,” “Wish You Were Here,” “Brain Damage,” “Eclipse” and is said by Rolling Stone to have played the first ever live “When the Tigers Broke Free” off Floyd’s 1979 album, The Wall. Corgan and Morello teamed up with Waters for a rendition of “Comfortably Numb” and to close out the night Waters & Company dialed up Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young.” Take a look at a few fan-shot videos and the complete set list from the night below:“Ghost of Tom Joad” “Comfortably Numb”“Forever Young” [Via SPIN]last_img

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