Episode 13 of the @U2 podcast is now available! This week, Chris Enns chatting with Sherry Lawrence and myself about the pros and cons of U2 not having an opening act on this year’s I+E tour. There’s also a comical new “Name That U2 Song” segment pitting Sherry and me against the fans listening live in the chat room. And we answer another batch of #askatu2 questions, as well.
What a strange week it’s been to run a U2 news website like ours. And it’s all because of Bono’s daughter, Eve.
Let me spend one paragraph on some background before I get too far into that: We have a sitewide policy here that we leave the band members’ families alone as much as possible. We don’t report on what Adam’s and Edge’s wives are doing in their careers.
“This is a facsimile reproduction” appears on many of the items of memorabilia included in U2 Experience, just to make it clear, I’m guessing, that you are not really holding an original promotional bumper sticker for the War album, nor an original Japanese phone card promoting The Joshua Tree, nor Bono’s actual Freedom of the City of Dublin certificate, giving him the right to graze his sheep on St. Stephen’s Green. (If you did have the original,
Here at @U2, one of the things we’re most proud of is the original content we provide, created exclusively by our staff. In case you missed any of it in September, the highlights are posted below:
In our weekly Off the Record column, Matt McGee shared where you can reach us now (via our podcast and live video chats). The following week,
Episode 12 of the @U2 podcast is now available and features host Chris Enns chatting with Sherry Lawrence, Jill Marino and Becky Myers about the recent Berlin concerts, the Global Citizen Festival and answering a batch of #askatu2 questions.