David Gilmour (born March 6, 1946) is a guitarist who performs with Pink Floyd and has also released solo material. Following the departure of Roger Waters in the mid-eighties, Gilmour assumed control of the band.

He was born in Cambridge, England and grew up in Grantchester Meadows. Gilmour was educated in a Waldorf School, and for many years was a poster figure for those schools. However, he has described his education there as "horrific".

During Pink Floyd's quiet spells, he has amused himself as a session musican, producer and even concert sound engineer, for a wide variety of acts including some pseudonymous novelty releases and Roy Harper, Kate Bush, The Dream Academy, Grace Jones, Bryan Ferry, Robert Wyatt, Hawkwind, Paul McCartney, Sam Brown, Jools Holland, Propaganda, Pete Townshend, The Who, various charity "supergroups" and many more.

He is also an experienced pilot.

In 2002, he held a small number of acoustic solo concerts in London and Paris, along with a small band and choir, which has been documented on the In Concert release.

In November 2003, he was made a CBE.

Solo Albums by David Gilmour