Waters (guitar, vocals, and bass) is touring with a full band of top-flight musicians including Andy Fairweather-Low (guitar), Snowy White (guitar), Doyle Bramhall II (guitar and vocals), Graham Broad (drums), Jon Carin (keyboards), Andy Wallace (keyboards), Katie Kissoon (vocals) and Susannah Melvoin (vocals).
Andy Fairweather-Low has toured and/or recorded with Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Stevie Nicks, and Kate Bush, among others; he has worked with Waters since the 1984 "Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking" tour. British-born blues/rock guitarist Snowy White was a full-time member of Thin Lizzy and first performed with Waters on the original 1980 Pink Floyd performances of "The Wall" in Earl's Court, London. Doyle Bramhall II is a Texas blues-funk guitarist who's been playing professionally since he was 15; as a teenager, Bramhall was one of the few musicians the late Stevie Ray Vaughan would invite to sit in with him and, at 19, was invited to join Jimmie Vaughan's Fabulous Thunderbirds.
The drummer for Procol Harum, Graham Broad has played with Bill Wyman & the Rhythm Kings and can be heard on Roger Water's "Amused To Death" album. Jon Carin has played keyboards for The Who, Pete Townshend, Bryan Ferry and others. The 28-year-old London-based keyboardist Andy Wallace has worked with a variety of artists including David Bowie, Daryl Hall, Tom Jones, and Whitney Houston; from 1997-98, he performed as a member of the Robbie Williams Band.
Katie Kissoon has sung with Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, George Harrison, and the Pet Shop Boys among others. Susannah Melvoin has sung on recordings by Prince, Wendy & Lisa, Mike Oldfield, and Doyle Bramhall II.