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Born in 1943, George Roger Waters found fame with progressive rock band Pink Floyd. Waters initially served as the bass player but later became the lyricist an vocalist after the departure of Syd Barrett. Despite their progressive attitude, the band became one of the biggest-selling acts in the world. They sold over 250 million albums including about 45 million copies of Dark Side Of the Moon. Roger was the son of two teachers, but his father died when he was just 5 months old. He met band mate Syd Barrett at school, whilst Dave Gilmour attended a nearby school too. The band developed organically between 1963 and 1966 when they became known as Pink Floyd. They released their debut album 'The Piper at the Gates of Dawn' in 1967. Syd Barrett was struggling with mental health issues which resulted in Roger becoming the band leader. Roger Waters offered the vision of the band musically and was the primary songwriter on 'Dark Side of the Moon' 'Wish You Were Here', 'Animals', 'The Wall' & 'The Final Cut' before leaving the band in 1985. This period was a creative success as they sold millions of albums and toured extensively. 'Dark Side Of The Moon' & 'The Wall' are two of the most commercially successful albums of all time, both in the UK & USA. From 1984 on, he embarked on a solo career, producing three albums and a soundtrack, to When the Wind Blows, a story by Raymond Briggs. In 2005, he reunited with members of Pink Floyd for the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park, London. He played a 23-minute set with his colleagues. It was the last time Pink Floyd played together. In 2011, he toured The Wall Live, based on the Pink Floyd album. Roger continues to perform and release new material.