The British rock group Pink Floyd will donate all profits made as a result of their performance at last weekend's Live 8 concert to charity
Anyone but Pink Floyd is the high initiative band that willingly donates all profits made as a result of their performance at last weekend's Live 8 concert to charity, and encourages other acts to do the same. To everyone's notice their album sales have shot up since Live 8 concert, with fans rushing to buy copies of their greatest hits album titled "Echoes: The Best of Pink Floyd."
David Gilmour, guitarist of the British rock group uttered his opinion saying the main goal of the Live 8 was to raise awareness for the poverty in Africa and to pressurize G-8 to reach out to the continent, adding that profits from ticket sales of the Live 8 should be spent for saving lives. Joining them at a London concert was former singer Roger Waters.