Pink Floyd legend David Gilmour was offered a fortune to tour after the band's feted Live 8 appearance - with or without bandmate Roger Waters.
The pair have had an acrimonious relationship since the stars split in 1983.
They were offered a massive pay cheque to reunite for a final tour following their brief reunion at the charity extravaganza last year - but Gilmour insists he was the main attraction for promoters, not Waters.
He says: "We were offered a lot of money to go on tour. And I did turn it down.
"The offer was made to tour with a lot of money, and it was with or without Roger.