We knew something was up when U2 took the stage to new entrance music, and when Bono made his first appearance out on the E-stage, not the main stage with the rest of the band. And then, for the next 2.5 hours, a very loud and energetic audience in Phoenix was treated to one of the best U2 concerts this fan has seen. Bono’s voice sounded better than it’s been in years, maybe even a decade or two. The band was loose and fun during the acoustic portion of the show, and several fans brought on stage almost stole the show — actually,
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U2 is among a long list of performers joining in tonight’s NBC Red Nose Day benfit to raise money to lift children out of poverty in the U.S. Bono dedicated the band’s latest single, “Song For Someone” during the show in Vancouver on May 15 to all who support Red Nose Day in America. If you’re in the U.S., the show is on from 8 p.m. – 11 p.m. EDT. If you’re outside the U.S., I’m told you can watch
Did you miss some of our coverage from U2’s two concerts in San Jose this week? No worries, we got ya covered! Read on for our collection of videos and photos from both shows (we’re still adding more as I type this). But first, if you missed the setlists and concert recaps, here they are:
So I invited my boy, Guy Oseary to Boston in July for a little sit down, a pow wow, a meeting of the two biggest super powers in U2’s camp, alright…one super power & the other, a pathetic, little unknown blogger, to straighten all this nonsense out. Incredibly, I have yet to hear back from Guy. To bring you up to speed, my own little private brew ha ha began last week with Guy. The biggest band in the world goes on their 1st world tour in five years, quite possibly their most important tour and Guy’s Twitter account develops […]