U2 lead guitarist David "the Edge" Evans fell off the stage during U2's Innocence + Experience Tour kickoff at Rogers Arena in Vancouver Thursday night (May 14).
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?
U2 and Apple have made music history.
It can't be considered true March Music Madness until two of the biggest bands of the '80s duke it out! Your vote will determine which will continue to vie for Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era. Both still rocking and rolling today, Bon Jovi and U2 first made it big three decades ago, albeit with a pair of very different hits that have since become their signature songs.
This year at the 2014 Oscars, each artist nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song performed their respective hit, leaving Pharrell, U2, Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Idina Menzel to show off their chops in live performances of the songs. And to honor industry giants of the past, Pink and Bette Midler both performed moving remembrances of classic songs. Whose performance did you like best?
One of the best parts of a great movie is its soundtrack. We love when our favorite musicians pen tunes especially for films, and the 2014 Golden Globes are honoring the best of these songs. Tunes sung by Coldplay, Demi Lovato, U2, Justin Timberlake and Taylor Swift are all nominated for Best Original Song. Which song do you think should win the Golden Globe?