U2 have been performing "Pride (In The Name Of Love)" for the better part of 30 years, but at a recent gig in Chicago, they gave it an update for 2015.
Bono: "Most of the time, it's about finding a feeling first, and then trying to express that feeling."
U2's guitar tech, Dallas Schoo, spoke about the Irish rockers’ Innocence and Experience tour as well as the band’s work on a 'Songs of Innocence' follow-up.
Sheehan had worked with U2 since 1982, and has also worked with famed figures like Led Zeppelin, Iggy Pop, and Lou Reed, among others.
Noel Gallagher might be busy touring with his High Flying Birds, but he had a chance to catch U2 live in San Jose on Wednesday night (May 20).
Last night (May 14), international superstars U2 kicked off their massive Innocence + Experience tour with a stop at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.
In November, U2 had to cancel a weeklong residency on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon after Bono had a nasty spill on a bicycle.
U2 are taking over the world ... or at least New York City.
In a recent interview, U2 open up about their upcoming tour, Bono's bike injury and the controversial release of their latest album.
Fans who picked up vinyl copies of U2's 'Songs of Innocence' on Record Store Day found an old Tool EP in its place. Find out what Tool think of the mishap.