Roger Waters - $310 Mill Net Worth, The Brains Of Pink Floyd
English musician, singer, songwriter, and composer Roger Waters net worth is $310 million. For the most part, people know Waters best as the former bassist and co-founder of Pink Floyd. Waters, who served as a songwriter and co-lead vocalist for the band after Syd Barrett left, assumed a significant role in its artistic development.
In 1990, he produced The Wall - Live in Berlin, one of the biggest rock concerts ever, with a crowd of 450,000.
He was admitted to the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2005 and the US Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1996 as a member of Pink Floyd.
Since 1999, he has played widely as a solo act. For his 2006–2008 world tour, he also performed The Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety.
In 2010, he started the Wall Live, a concert tour that took place all over the globe and included a full performance of Pink Floyd's album "The Wall." The concert tour went on to become the highest-grossing solo artist event of all time.
Together with the band's main guitarist, vocalist, and composer Syd Barrett, keyboardist Richard Wright, guitarist Bob Klose, and drummer Nick Mason, he co-founded Pink Floyd.
One of the most financially successful rock albums ever, "The Dark Side of the Moon" had exclusively Waters-penned lyrics and lasted 736 consecutive weeks at the top of the Billboard 200 list.
The "Dark Side of the Moon" album is the second-best-selling record in the world and the 21st-best-selling album in the United States, according to Pink Floyd biographer Glen Povey.
From "Corporal Clegg" on the 1968 album "A Saucerful of Secrets" through "The Fletcher Memorial Home" on "The Final Cut," he has often made reference to the costs of the Second World War and the following death of his father.
Pink Floyd really had the idea for the 1979 album "The Wall" while on his "In the Flesh Tour" in 1977, during which he spit on the crowd after becoming furious with them.
On February 18, 2014, the 60th anniversary of his father's passing, he erected a memorial in Aprilia honoring him and other war dead. He was also given the honorary citizenship of Anzio.