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David Gilmour performs Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here” during first live appearance in four years

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David Gilmour

    Photo via Twitter / @Mark_Beech

    David Gilmour made a surprise appearance during a Bombay Bicycle Club concert in London this evening. It marked his first public performance since briefly reuniting with Roger Waters on stage in 2011.

    According to NME, Gilmour first joined Bombay Bicycle Club for their own “Rinse Me Down” during which he played steel guitar. He then switched to acoustic to lead a performance of Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here”. Watch fan-shot video below.

    The concert took place at London’s famed Earls Court Arena and marked the last concert before the venue is to be torn down and renovated. Gilmour has a long history with the venue, having first played there in 1973 with Pink Floyd.

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    Gilmour previously announced plans to release a new solo album in 2015 and supporting tour.

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