"We had one of the first color TVs on our street, and David Bowie was the reason to have a color TV."
U2 are busy gearing up for their upcoming tour, and they are ready to hit those arenas hard -- despite the fact that Bono is still unable to play guitar.
Bono's bike accident not only sidelined the U2 frontman for several months, it could prevent him from ever playing guitar again.
This has not been a good week for Bono. The U2 singer is currently in need of surgery due to an injury he suffered after falling off his bike in Central Park yesterday (Nov. 16).
It's a question that has plagued U2 fans and the general public for years: Why does Bono insist on wearing sunglasses indoors?
Contrary to various reports that surfaced last week, U2 frontman Bono is a-OK. It was reported that Bono was suffering from chest pains while visiting the South of France, and was hospitalized for heart palpitations. However, a rep for the singer is now saying this is completely inaccurate.
U2 singer Bono was at the center of a health scare last week, the reports of which are only now surfacing. The singer supposedly suffered from heart palpitations while in the South of France and was subsequently rushed to Princess Grace Memorial Hospital in Monaco last Wednesday, Aug. 17, because he was complaining of chest pains.