It’s been six months since Bono’s bike accident in New York, and we hope you’re ready to have a laugh about what happened — not at the accident itself, but in the hospital later. Actually, as Kelly Eddington explains in her intro to the latest Achtoon Baby, it “starts out snarky, then it becomes goofy, and then it becomes sweet, some would say sickeningly so.”
Have a look at how the rest of U2 might’ve reacted just before Bono was sent home in the Spring 2015 Achtoon Baby:
With Bono spotted in Vancouver on Saturday night, it sounds like the whole band has joined him and live rehearsals have begun. @U2 reader Stephen K. sent us a short audio clip that he recorded with his iPhone out in the parking lot on Monday, along with a few photos of the scene at Pacific Coliseum. We’ve done our best to boost the audio levels and put it all together in the short YouTube video below.
I’m not much of a fan of American football. In fact, I can count on two fingers the number of times I’ve watched the sport in my adult life, and both of those times were due to the involvement of my favorite band. The first was back in 2002 when U2 played the Super Bowl half-time show. The second came just last year when U2 had an advert scheduled to air during the game, and the subject of that commercial is what I want to talk about today. It wasn’t that long ago – I’m sure that most if not…
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What a fun week that was, right? It started with U2’s tour trucks arriving in Vancouver, and the frenzy began almost immediately. We heard the sounds of “Vertigo” coming from Pacific Coliseum, along with “California,
If they haven’t already, it looks like U2’s formal tour rehearsals could begin soon in Vancouver. Fans have been hearing U2 songs coming from Pacific Coliseum for about a week now, but no band member has been seen in the city … until last night. Ashley Wray posted this photo of Bono at a club called The Diamond to Instagram late Saturday night. (Sourced via our forum, @U2start and @U2_News.)