They ended up performing “Can’t Help Falling in Love.”
For the intimate concert at L.A.’s club Roxy, Bono and company reached back to the band’s beginnings for the fan-focused setlist.
“He always thought maybe U2 could be the next Led Zeppelin, which of course is impossible.”
He had been with U2 since 1982.
“It would have been the shortest tour in history.”
Bono says it’ll be one of their smallest shows in four decades.
It happened while he was playing “Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For,” which is kind of ironic, don’t you think?
“If something is going to happen to the tree, let it happen naturally.”
Though they did dress the part, wearing uncharacteristically bohemian clothes.
Even though it’s actually a man and his son.
In a new interview with The New York Times, the members of U2 discuss their upcoming tour and the effects of Bono’s near-cataclysmic bicycle accident from last year.
The very Joshua tree made famous by U2 with the band’s album of the same name has been damaged, presumably by an overzealous fan.
After writing love songs for ‘I Love You, Honeybear,’ Radio.com asked Father John Misty to critique a few others. Turns out, not even the Super Bowl could make him a Katy Perry fan, but he can’t deny the appeal of “Teenage Dream.”
We may have gotten that U2 album for free, but Nick Mason thinks Apple should pay for what they did.
Bono talked about his recent bike accident in a message to fans that he posted to U2’s website, including that his guitar playing days may be over. But “the band have reminded me that neither they nor Western civilization are depending on this.”
The results may or may not surprise you.