6 January 1975
Pink Floyd began an intermittent three months of recording at Abbey Road studios for their next album, Wish You Were Here.
8 April 1975
The first 14 dates of Floyd's North American Tour began at Vancouver's Pacific National Exhibition Coliseum. The band were joined on stage
by additional personnel: saxophonist Dick Parry, and backing singers Carlena Williams and Venetta Fields.
5 May 1975
Pink Floyd reconvened at Abbey Road for a month-long recording session on Wish You Were Here. Their former lead singer and guitarist Syd Barrett
showed up, unannounced, in the studio during one of these sessions.
7 June 1975
The North American Tour continued with a further 15 dates, beginning at Atlanta Stadium, Georgia, and closing at the Ivor Wynne Stadium in Hamilton, Ontario.
The band's crew detonated an extra amount of pyro at the end of the Hamilton show, damaging the sports arena's scoreboard and blowing out glass in neighbouring houses.
5 July 1975
Pink Floyd headlined Knebworth Park in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. Support came from the Steve Miller Band, Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band, Linda Lewis, and Roy Harper,
who joined Floyd on stage as guest vocalist on a brand new song, Have A Cigar. The set list for the show was: Raving And Drooling; You've Got To Be Crazy; Shine On You Crazy
Diamond, Parts 1-5; Have A Cigar; Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Parts 6-9; The Dark Side Of The Moon; Echoes.
7 July 1975
Pink Floyd continued three weeks of recording and mixing at Abbey Road studios.
12 September 1975
Pink Floyd's new album, Wish You Were Here, was released in the UK. Tracklisting: Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Parts 1-5; Welcome To The Machine; Have A Cigar; Wish You Were Here;
Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Parts 6-9. The album reached No. 1 in the UK.
13 September 1975
Wish You Were Here was released in the US, where it reached No. 1.