Working with the @U2 staff is an incredibly enlightening experience. One of the reasons I love being a part of this team is that I get to interact regularly with all kinds of U2 fans. Before I joined the staff in 2011, I wasn’t really a part of the U2 culture as I know it now. In comparison, I led a very insular U2 life.
“WAAAAAAHHHHHHH, Joe doesn’t like U2…WAAAAHHHHH!” Pull yourselves together. Listen, I’m not sure what exactly my 2.7 weekly readers want or expect from me at this point. Currently, I have a few of my Twitter trolls & FB phonies bulleting my blue skies with their speculation, innuendo, xanex & wine riddled sobs of my “perceived” lack of “U2 love.” Unbeknownst to them, I LOVE THIER DISDAIN and feed off it, but I’m here to tell the rest of you that ……I AM on the U2 wall! I am on the day watch, the night watch, hell, I’m even on the new […]
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U2’s third stop on the Innocence + Experience tour is now in the books, as the band played its second show in Phoenix on Saturday night. Bono celebrated Friday’s Irish vote in favor of marriage equality in a couple different ways during the show, and also did a new set piece involving books during the climax of the first set.
The full Phoenix 2 set list is available on our Tours site,
U2 sat down with reporter Anthony Mason for a full-band interview as the Innocence + Experience tour kicked off in Vancouver. We saw Mason arrive at the arena in Vancouver on May 13, and he checked in with the band a few days later for the report. It airs tomorrow (May 24) on CBS Sunday Morning from 9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. EDT. CBS has released this tease where Edge explains what happened on opening night.