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Jimmy Fallon, The Roots Fill In For U2 With "Desire" On 'The Tonight Show'

Bono's recent cycling accident meant Fallon and his house band could do their best U2 impression, and they killed it Monday night with "Desire."

U2 Postpones 'Tonight Show' Residency Following Bono's Cycling Accident

U2 fans will have to wait a little bit longer to see U2 take up their weeklong residency on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon." Scheduled for this week, the band has had to postpone indefinitely their residency due to an injury incurred by Bono ...

Bono's Private Jet Loses a Door and Luggage During Flight

U2 frontman Bono experienced a scary turn of events in the early morning hours today (Nov. 13) when a door from his private jet blew off mid-flight. The "Beautiful Day" singer and the rest of the crew landed safely in Germany shortly after the ...

Foo Fighters Diss U2's New Album 'Songs Of Innocence,' Say It "Sounds Like A Fart"

Drummer Taylor Hawkins gave the album a listen, but he found the marketing strategy too distracting to overcome.

Ranking This Year's Surprise Albums: Beyoncé, U2, Azealia Banks, Skrillex and More

Maybe you heard: After more than two years and numerous label changes, Azealia Banks finally got around to dropping Broke With Expensive Taste, and she did it as a total surprise. It was (we think) the cap on 12 months of surprise album drops from ...

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

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 ...

Pink Floyd Says U2 'Devaluing' Music by Giving Away 'Songs of Innocence'

Rest assured, Pink Floyd will not be giving away their new album, "The Endless River," for free. Drummer Nick Mason made that clear when criticizing U2's marketing scheme for "Songs of Innocence," which included a free copy in hundreds of millions ...

U2's Next Tour May Consist of Two Shows at Each City - One Acoustic and One "Explosive"

U2 may try something a little different for their next tour in 2015.

Huge Moments in Concert Streaming History: Neil Young, U2, Paul McCartney and More

Fifteen years ago on this day Neil Young was having a pretty good if premature idea. It was the first of two days for his annual Bridge School Benefit Concert and Young had decided to try broadcasting the event live across the internet. How well it ...

Florida Georgia Line Keeps Country on Top of Billboard 200; The Game and U2 See Numbers Short of What They're Used To

This week's Billboard 200 Top 10 was chock full of new albums but the main story has to be country music's recent success. This week marks the third in a row where the genre has placed a new album atop the charts. Florida Georgia Line was this week's ...

Bono Says He Wears His Signature Sunglass Because He's Had Glaucoma For 20 Years

If you assumed that Bono wore his signature sunglasses all the time because he wanted to look the part of a rock star, you'd be wrong. Apparently the 52-year-old U2 singer has been suffering from glaucoma for 20 years, and the condition (a buildup of ...

Patrick Carney Of The Black Keys Criticizes U2, Spotify For Devaluing Music

In a recent interview with The Seattle Times, Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney, who has never been one to keep his opinions to himself, sounded off on U2 for the controversial free iTunes release of their latest album Songs of Innocence, which he ...

Bono, U2 Apologize for Forcing 'Songs of Innocence' on Apple Users with Free Download: "Oops!"

If you were stunned and a little weirded out when a brand new U2 album Songs of Innocence suddenly appeared in your iTunes iCloud on Sept. 9 after the announcement of Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6-Plus, worry no more. Bono has issued an official ...

Iggy Pop Criticizes U2's Free 'Songs of Innocence' in John Peel Lecture

The godfather of punk Iggy Pop is the latest critic of U2's free album, "Songs of Innocence," explaining his beef with the move during his John Peel lecture in England yesterday, Oct. 13.

U2 Responds To Controversial Tax Manuever: 'Was It Totally Fair? Probably Not'

the band addressed a controversial decision they made in 2006 to transfer U2 Ltd — their publishing royalties handler — from Ireland to the Netherlands to reduce their tax hit.

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