Sherlock and Benedict Cumberbatch fans had a disturb of their lives when they got a possibility to listen to their favourite star croon a Pink Floyd classical ‘Comfortably Numb‘ on theatre with David Gilmour, who was personification a third of his five-night residency during London’s Royal Albert Hall to foster his 2015 manuscript Rattle That Lock.
Cumberbatch, 40, assimilated a guitar fable on theatre for a encore and belted out a few verses of a strain from Pink Floyd’s 1979 manuscript The Wall. Originally sung by a band’s Roger Waters, Gilmour has mostly used a guest vocalist on a lane during his shows. After a performance, Gilmour asked a crowd: “Who knew he could sing?”
Yes, good this isn’t a initial time Cumberbatch is singing. He has achieved ‘Can’t Keep It Inside‘ for his film August: Osage County (2013).
Another one of Gilmour’s famous guest who achieved ‘Comfortably Numb‘ with him was the late David Bowie: