“If you think about it, the majority of victims last night are music fans,” Bono said. “It’s very upsetting. These are our people.”
The band, who were in Paris during the horrific terrorist attacks on Friday, have called off the event as a result of the tragedy.
After releasing a pair of offbeat and avant garde albums in the mid-'90s, U2 returned to anthemic rock and mainstream adoration thanks in part to one "Beautiful Day."
U2 surprised concertgoers last night when they brought Patti Smith on stage to play her 1988 song, "People Have the Power."
Bono called the ex-Oasis leader "one of the band's heroes."
U2 emerged out of Ireland with their debut in 1980 and the only thing bigger than their sound was their potential.
U2 performed four songs to help welcome back the formerly defunct U.K. music series 'TFI Friday.'
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.
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."