I still to this day listen to their albums endlessly and re-watch old concert footage on You Tube over and over and over again. I cannot at all seemingly ever get enough of their music. I have been to both Sweden and England to see and hear the music performed live by either Roger Waters or the 1990’s version of Pink Floyd, as well as each of these two men’s solo performances here in the states.

Not always an easy autograph to obtain, I am very thankful to present the following:


Inner sleeve of “The Wall” album personally autographed by Roger Waters at the Walden Woods Benefit Concert at the Universal Amphitheatre on April 1, 1992.
I took this photo of Roger Waters backstage
at the Hollywood Bowl, and later got it personally signed on June 13, 2007.
Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour, signed on
April 15, 1994 during The Division Bell tour
in Arcadia, California.
(David is a very reluctant and difficult signer).
Signed 1980 “THE WALL” tour books by both Roger Waters (April 1, 1992 at the Waldon Woods Benefit Concert) and Nick Mason (September 22, 2011 at the Grammy Museum).
Personally signed CD single on April 1, 1992 by Roger Waters.
Four personally signed “In The Flesh” tour books by Roger Waters.
Roger is one of the most generous of all rock and rollers to his fans.
All four books were signed in Stockholm, Sweden on May 25, 2002.
A couple of examples of personally signed Roger Waters tour books
from his Dark Side Of The Moon solo tours.
Signed Roger Waters solo program from his “The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking” tour.


This giant Pink Floyd THE WALL poster was personally signed by Nick Mason
at The Grammy Museum on September 22, 2011.
Signed copy of “Inside Out””, by Nick Mason at The Grammy Museum on September 22, 2011.
Two drum heads personally signed by Nick Mason of Pink Floyd signed on
September 22, 2011, at The Grammy Museum in L.A.

The remembers of Pink Floyd are a very difficult rock group for which to collect full and complete band signatures. There are very, very few REAL Syd Barrett signatures anywhere, and none in my collection. Roger Waters and Nick Mason are very generous autographers, when you can find either of them. Thankfully, Roger Waters has toured quite continuously here in the states during the 2000’s and has been quite accessible. David Gilmour has been the complete opposite, and is known to not really be interested in signing autographs. Richard Wright would sign, however was very problematic to find. Very sadly he passed away on September 15, 2008.

There are no signatures of Syd Barrett in my collection.

The remaining items of memorabilia were signed by:

Richard Wright: As stated underneath each of the two signed items.

DAVID GILMOUR: During the Division Bell Tour between April 15-18, 1994 and at The LAST BOOKSTORE in downtown Los Angeles, on March 23, 2016.

NICK MASON: During the Division Bell Tour between April 15-18, 1994 and at The Grammy Museum on September 22, 2011.

ROGER WATERS: at KLOS in the late 1980’s; and at the Walden Woods Benefit Concert at The Universal Amphitheater and after party at Morton’s Restaurant on April 1, 1992; and on the many solo tours of Roger Waters (Stockholm, Sweden, The Grand Hotel, May 25, 2002), and in Los Angeles (The Hollywood Bowl, October 5-8, 2006 and on June 13, 2007).


I purchased this album very early into my collection, about 1988/1989, from New York autograph collector John Brennan as I felt I would never be able to obtain a fully signed Pink Floyd album from the four members. Fully signed Pink Floyd albums are extremely rare.
Two of the BEST personally inscribed “THE WALL” albums you will ever see.
Signed personally but a bit reluctantly, by David Gilmour at his wife Polly Sampson’s
book signing at Los Angeles’s “The Last Bookstore” on March 23, 2016.
Autographed movie poster from Pink Floyd’s film, “THE WALL” personally signed by Nick Mason at The Grammy Museum on September 22, 2011.