A band of Irish lads practiced for the first time on September 25, 1976. They named themselves Feedback, although they'd later be known as U2.
In news that should come as absolutely no surprise to anyone who knows anything about either of the two men in question...
The lineup for the sixth annual iHeartRadio Festival has been announced.
U2 quickly followed up 'Achtung, Baby' with 'Zooropa' on July 5, 1993.
U2 roadie Greg Carroll died in a motorcycle accident on July 3, 1986. His funeral inspired Bono to write "One Tree Hill."
The Edge says the Dublin foursome are on course to put out the follow-up to 2014's 'Songs of Innocence' by the end of this year.
Even a world-famous rock star humanitarian can end up being the butt of a neighborhood joke from time to time.
A June 1981 episode of the late-night 'Tomorrow' show was the first glimpse American audiences got of U2.
Whether you've been with U2 since their post-punk beginnings or first heard of them when you deleted 'Songs of Innocence' from your iPhone, their legacy is secure.