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Roger Waters was the singer, songwriter and bassist for the British rock band Pink Floyd. He also has had an extensive solo career.
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Waters has been married four times. In 1969, he married his high school sweetheart, Judy Trim. They divorced in 1975, and the following year he married Lady Carolyne Christie. They had two children together, Harry and India, but divorced in 1992. His third marriage, to Pricilla Phillips in 1993, lasted eight years and produced a son, Jack. He married Laurie Durning in 2012.
Waters’ son Harry is a pianist who has played on tour with Waters since 2002.
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