Gaga played piano and sang.
U2 is in the midst of an eight show run at New York City’s famed Madison Square Garden and brought out a couple of special guests at last night’s show.
On the first of eight nights at Madison Square Garden, U2 surprised fans with a performance of “October,” the title track off their second LP. This marks the first performance of the song in a live setting since the Lovetown tour in 1989. Saturday night’s stark, minimalist rendition featured Bono and The Edge alone on the E stage, with the only musical accompaniment being The Edge on piano.
U2’s latest tour seamlessly weaves new and old songs, and it works.
Brian brought a sign that read “I Play Guitar” and held up from the front row knowing that the band likes to bring up someone from the crowd every night.
He’s not able to play guitar, which Bono says the band is ok with.
Woody Harrelson is a man looking for vindication in this new short film, not music video, for U2’s ‘Songs of Innocence.’
U2 was joined by local tribute act Acrobat during a recent Canadian tour stop and made some rock and roll dreams come true.
U2 have been displaying their openness to their impersonators on this tour.
U2 are working on a short film for their track ‘Song for Someone’ of their album ‘Songs of Innocence’.