We’ve been with Bono and U2 since day one and together have shared numerous memorable experiences. Well, add last night to the books!
Whenever we devote our Friday Feature to the music of U2, we assume that all the radios, smart phones, and other audio devices that are tuned in will be cranked to their optimum levels for the majority of the day.
U2 has a concert series coming up at the United Center, so here are five U2 performances out of Chicago that were extremely memorable.
It’s no surprise that celebrities would attend a U2 concert, let alone in Los Angeles, but this guest list is off the charts.
They ended up performing “Can’t Help Falling in Love.”
U2 is in the midst of a 5-night run in Los Angeles. Outside of performing at smaller clubs, what does the band do in its downtime? For Bono, it’s sampling some of Los Angeles’ finest dining.
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.”
For someone in a cover band, it must be a pipe dream to ever think that you would get the call to sing with the actual band. Two days ago in Los Angeles, exactly that happened for a Bono impersonator.
Bono says it’ll be one of their smallest shows in four decades.