Iconic Pink Floyd bassist and singer, Roger Waters, uploaded a new video on his verified Twitter account, paying his tribute to the legendary singer-songwriter John Prine after his tragic death.
On April 7, two-times Grammy-winner artist John Prine passed away at the age of 73 due to complications from COVID-19.
Waters took to social media and shared an acoustic cover he recorded in his studio of John Prine’s one of the iconic songs, ‘Paradise,’ in a new tweet. He captioned the tweet by saying ‘miss you, brother.’
Here’s what Roger Water stated:
“My friend John Prine died. This is his song, “Paradise”. Miss you, brother.”
A Twitter user named Geoff commented and said:
“Beautiful Roger. 🙏”
Another fan named cezxnne wrote:
“I’m so very sorry Roger. What a beautiful tribute. Stay strong.”
Check out the Twitter video below.
My friend @JohnPrineMusic died. This is his song, "Paradise".
Miss you, brother.
— Roger Waters (@rogerwaters) April 12, 2020
You can also watch the full video via Facebook below.
My friend John Prine died. This is his song, "Paradise". Miss you, brother.
Gepostet von Roger Waters am Samstag, 11. April 2020