Bono revived his long-dormant MacPhisto alter ego for a very good cause.
U2's 'Achtung Baby' opens with frontman Bono confiding that he's "ready to let go of the steering wheel," and it's no hyperbole.
The two superstar bands joined forces to help rebuild the music community of New Orleans.
Bryan Adams's streak of 16 weeks atop the U.K. charts with "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" ended when U2 unveiled the band's new direction with "The Fly."
U2’s second album almost didn’t happen – for a couple of reasons. One of them was because U2 nearly broke up.
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.