Mr. Waters performed three songs with the veterans, including the Pink Floyd classic, “Wish You Were Here.”
Mr. Waters said he didn’t think there would be a reunion with his former band.
“I think David [Gilmour] is retired, by and large. I shouldn’t speak for him. But that’s the impression I get.”
Mr. Waters then added: “Hey, whatever. All good things come to an end.”
While his mammoth tour of “The Wall” ended this summer, Mr. Waters promised a theatrical version is planned for the Broadway stage.
The Bob Woodruff Foundation has supported more than 1 million veterans, service members and their families since it began in 2008.
Kenneth Branagh knighted by Queen Elizabeth II
Kenneth Branagh, who has played royalty on stage and screen, has been made a real-life knight by Queen Elizabeth II.
The British actor said he was pleased to be honored in the year of the queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics. He said, “It’s been a hell of a year for the U.K., and I feel very honored to be a tiny part of it.”
The Belfast-born Mr. Branagh was knighted at a Buckingham Palace ceremony Friday for services to drama and for his charity work in Northern Ireland.
Best known as a Shakespearean actor and as TV detective “Wallander,” Mr. Branagh joins the pantheon of theatrical knights alongside the late Sir Laurence Olivier — whom Mr. Branagh played in “My Week With Marilyn.”
He has also directed films, including “Henry V.”
Mark Wahlberg to star in next Transformers film
Mark Wahlberg, roll out.
“Transformers” director Michael Bay said the 41-year-old actor will star in the franchise’s fourth film, The Associated Press reports.