Pink Floyd drummer is hoping for a reunion Nick Mason:"I live in hope that Pink Floyd will play again" Nick Mason, best known as sticksman for psychedelic and progressive rock group Pink Floyd, still remains hopeful for a Pink Floyd reunion, even though he said the prospect is very unlikely. Nick Mason, best known as sticksman for psychedelic and progressive rock group Pink Floyd, still remains hopeful for a Pink Floyd reunion, even though he said the prospect is "very unlikely".

Speaking to BBC 6 Music, Nick Mason ruled out a tour, but suggested a special event could happen:
"No one has said we will never work [together] again. I think it is very unlikely we are going to go out on tour. I think Roger [Waters]’s really happy working on his own now ... It’s hard to see Dave [Gilmour] thinking he’d really like to work full-time with Roger. On the other hand I live in hope we would absolutely do another Live 8 or play together for the right reasons."

Pink Floyd reunited to play a mini-set at Live 8 in London in 2005. Keyboardist Rick Wright has since passed away.

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