The cover of U2's 1980 debut was originally a very literal image of young boy, but it was deemed too controversial for the U.S. release.
Aukerman and Scott spoke for over an hour with U2 members "Bonobos, Thedge, Larry Mullen Sr.'s Son & Adam Clay 2000 Pounds."
Bruce Springsteen joined the Irish rockers for “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” during the final night of their Madison Square Garden residency.
The doc "offers unprecedented access to the band and the team that worked with them to conceptualize and create its current iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE world tour."
Lady Gaga was the latest to enter the stage with the Irish rockers during their ongoing Madison Square Garden residency.
In U2's continued takeover of New York City's Madison Square Garden, they held nothing back at last night's (July 22) gig.
U2 kicked off their eight-night residency at New York City's Madison Square Garden and played the 1981 hit, "October," for the first time in nearly 26 years.
The eight-minute clip stars Woody Harrelson as a prisoner being released after years of incarceration.
The clip features Woody Harrelson and will debut after the season premiere of 'Rectify.'