Roger Waters again brought his reincarnation of the Pink Floyd classic The Wall to life in Detroit, this year at Joe Louis Arena. There were a few minor changes this time around, Waters added a sing-a-long with his 1980s self on "Mother" along with ramping up on the socio-political messages inherent in the wall. All in all, the showmanship and performance theater all shined brightly again as Waters and his massive band tackled the Pink Floyd masterpiece. Read the MT Music Blog review of last year's show and read on to see photos from last night's performance of The Wall.
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