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U2 Good News! Band Gears Up For New Album, 30th Anniversary Tour

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U2 finally hyped fans again as they revealed several surprises for everyone.READ MORE

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Still Haven't Found What You're Looking For? Check These U2 Vinyl Records

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To quote one of the band's 1987 hits, if "[You] Still Haven't Found What [You're] Looking For," take a look at these U2 vinyl records and find the right album for you.READ MORE

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U2's The Edge Performed Historic Acoustic Set at Vatican's Sistine Chapel

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The Edge of U2 became the first rock artist to perform at the Vatican's Sistine Chapel this week.READ MORE

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U2 Performs "Raised By Wolves," "Vertigo" and More on 'TFI Friday' Revival

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American TV viewers may not be aware, but there was a British variety show that dominated UK culture from 1996 - 2000 called "TFI Friday," hosted by Chris Evans. The show is back, and for its debut revival show, Irish rockers U2 were on to perform "Raised By Wolves," "Vertigo," "Song For Someone" and "Out Of Control."READ MORE

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U2 Brings Bono Impersonator Onstage for 'The Sweetest Thing'

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U2's "Songs of Innocence" tour has had a number of interesting events/incidents already, but the band's humor took the fore on Wednesday when the band brought on a Bono-impersonator for the song "The Sweetest Thing."READ MORE

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U2's The Edge on Vancouver Stage Fall: "It Could Have Been the Shortest Tour in History"

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U2's new Songs of iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour had barely just begun when it almost had to end. During the show's kickoff in Vancouver, guitarist The Edge stumbled off the end of the stage, and though he quickly recovered, he opened up that it could have been a disastrous quick end to the live shows.READ MORE

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U2 Talks 'Songs of Innocence' One More Time Ahead of Big 'Innocence + Experience' Tour

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The members of U2 are still talking about their September release 'Songs of Innocence,' but not because they necessarily want to talk about it. Bono said the band's current concentration is writing new material. The Edge added that while they knew they would have to "weather the storm," they simply wanted to try out other methods of putting out music before their Innocence + Experience tour.READ MORE

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U2 Accused Of "Cashing In" On Irish Terror Attacks With Belfast Video Shoot

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Between the widespread criticism against the free iTunes release of their latest album, 'Songs of Innocence.' and Bono's unfortunate biking accident in New York City, U2 couldn't seem to catch a break this past year, and following a controversial music video shoot last week, matters have only gotten worse. According to reports, residents of Belfast, Northern Ireland have accused the legendary rock band of tastelessly "cashing in" on their city's infamous sectarian violence with a music video shoot last Wednesday, Dec. 17, which stirred up plenty of painful memories.READ MORE

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U2's The Edge on Bono's Cycling Injuries: 'He Basically Can’t Move for the Next Couple of Months'

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Bono's injuries from a recent cycling accident were pretty bad. The U2 frontman had multiple surgeries after breaking some bones last month. That resulted in the band rescheduling their planned residency on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon," and Bono had to sit out on the World AIDS Day performance earlier this week. The Edge spoke with Los Angeles radio station KROQ to update fans about the singer's condition. "He managed to come out of it with what you can only describe as injuries from a car crash, literally multiple fractures of bones in his elbow and his back," he said. "But he's doing OK. We're kind of lucky he was wearing a helmet, so he didn't actually break Central Park. He's made of tough stuff and he's bouncing back." U2 was originally scheduled to play the radio station's Almost Acoustic Christmas concert, but they had to back out after Bono's accident. The singer is "so upset" about that, Edge noted. "He's been told by his doctors to stay put. He's back in Dublin right now and he basically can't move for the next couple of months," he added. "The poor guy, basically his left elbow was shattered, so a lot of the work was reconstructing the joints and putting in wires and plates. He actually showed us some X-rays a couple days later, it looked like a miniature Eiffel Tower."READ MORE

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Bruce Springsteen, Chris Martin Perform with U2 at World AIDS Day Concert: The Boss Sings 'Joshua Tree' Classics [WATCH]

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It is not an easy task to fill in for an iconic frontman like Bono on epics like "Where the Streets Have No Name" and "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" from U2's "The Joshua Tree," but leave it to Bruce Springsteen to make it look easy. The Boss joined the band onstage last night, Dec. 1, for the A (RED) Thank You concert. Bono could not make the World AIDS Day performance due to a recent bicycle accident, but Springsteen and Coldplay's Chris Martin were quick to help. Kanye West and Carrie Underwood also performed. Had Springsteen decided to where some shades, he would have looked just like the Irish frontman. The Boss strolled out on stage during The Edge's shimmering guitar intro to "Where the Streets Have No Name" and looked supremely confident. Springsteen brought a little of that hardened, New-Jersey grit to the Joshua Tree hit. The band opted for another classic from the 1987 album with "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," which Springsteen dedicated to Bono. Both performances were superb. Check them out in the video below. Former President Bill Clinton introduced U2 with Martin. They ran through 2000's "Beautiful Day" and 1987's "With or Without You."READ MORE

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U2 To Perform Weeklong Residency on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

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Jimmy Fallon has announced that U2 will be taking on a weeklong residency at The Tonight Show starting Monday, Nov.17. This appears to be a recent trend on late night shows, considering those very same days, Metallica will be performing a weeklong residency on The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson and just last month Foo Fighters ran through a weeklong residency on Late Show With Daivd Lettterman. Luckily for U2 and Fallon, the Metallica performances won't overlap as Ferguson's show has a different timeslot.READ MORE

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U2 Will Tour ‘Songs of Innocence’ At Indoor Arenas In 2015: Bono Claims New Songs “Will Play Themselves”

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For the handful of fans who were delighted to receive that free U2 album following the unveiling of Apple’s iPhone 6 a couple of weeks ago, the Irish rock icons have just announced word that they’ll be touring Songs of Innocence in 2015, according to NME.READ MORE

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U2 Releasing New Album Before End Of 2014, Reportedly Recording With Danger Mouse

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It’s been a while since U2 graced the world with a new album. The last record the group released was 2009’s No Line on the Horizon, but NME reports that the band is “very confident” they’ll be releasing a new album this coming November.READ MORE

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U2's Bono And The Edge Join Fender’s Board of Directors

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Bono and The Edge are taking their talents to Fender. The U2 founders have joined the board of directors for Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, the company that produces Fender guitars.READ MORE

Monkey Business: 'King Kong' Advances on Empire State Building Again...This Time as a Musical!

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The show is by Craig Lucas and Marius De Vries. Some notable names are attached, especially additional lyrics by Richard Thomas, the supremely talented guy behind Jerry Springer - The Opera. And also watch out for the excellent director Daniel Kramer--his HairREAD MORE

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