The U2 front man makes a special appearance to sing a very surprising duet! Watch the video here!
For over five decades, legendary music producer Quincy Jones has lent his talents to some of the most notable songs and albums in history. To recognize his 80th birthday, Jones was honored by many of […]
It appeared Bono and arachnids didn’t mix when his “Spider-Man” musical had a rough Broadway run, but that didn’t keep a biologist from naming an actual spider species after the U2 singer.
The TED Conference will be sharing some ideas worth spreading from a pair of rock’n’roll greats in 2013.
U2 has always made it worth their fans’ while (and money) to join their fanclub. Last year, they offered a 2 CD box set of live tracks from their recent U2360 tour, called U22, exclusively to fan club members. This year, they’re offering even more performances from that tour, on a single 15-track CD called Edge’s Picks. As the name suggests, the tracklist was selected by U2 guitarist The Edge.
Generating the numbers using “all publicly available information including salaries, real estate holdings, divorces, record sales, royalties and endorsements” minus “a formula that takes out taxes, manager’s fees, agents’ fees, and lifestyle,” the website found that former Beatles frontman Paul McCartney is the king of bank accounts with a staggering net worth of $800 million.
Bono and The Edge of [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]U2[/lastfm] are stopping by the Ed Sullivan Theater tonight (July 18) to chat with David Letterman about Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, the big-budget Broadway spectacle for which they […]
Forbes.com has put out its annual list of The World’s Highest-Paid Musicians . . . and not surprisingly, U2came out on top. Again. From May of last year to last month, U2 raked in $195 […]
Photos: Nation Rejoices At Bin Laden’s Deathview gallery Last night, President Obama gave a televised address to the nation to announce the death of Osama bin Laden as a result of a U.S. strike. Americans show […]
Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images Bono had a very interesting way of describing the next [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]U2[/lastfm] album, which the band says is a big departure from their last.