Watch David Gilmour play “Wish You Were Here” during rare TV appearance

He also played "Rattle That Lock" on Jimmy Kimmel Live

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David Gilmour played “Wish You Were Here” during his first American TV appearance in 10 years.

He also played “Rattle That Lock” on Jimmy Kimmel Live, which was broadcast on Monday March 28.

You can watch both performances below.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=LTGwB6CBuX0

Gilmour recently began a short run of North American tour dates in support of Rattle That Lock. These include a two-night stand in Toronto on March 31 and April 1, followed by shows in Chicago and New York.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcGju-xvcZM

Later this year, Gilmour will also return to Pompeii: the site of the 1971 film, Pink Floyd: Live At Pompeii.

“Agreement reached. After 45 years David Gilmour will play again at Pompeii on 7 and 8 July,” culture minister Dario Franceschini tweeted.

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Elton John is also scheduled to perform at Pompeii in July.

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