Beginning in 1986, the Human Rights Concerts toured the globe to raise funds and awareness of Amnesty International. Acts like Bruce Springsteen, Sting, U2, Peter Gabriel, Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant and Jimmy Page and more took the stage to perform for a cause.
In a release week dominated by a quintessentially millennial rapper, the ageless pop icon slips back into the fold with her first album in 12 years, Closer to the Truth.
If Achtung Baby was, as it has often been described, “the sound of four men chopping down The Joshua Tree,” then Zooropa was those same four guys getting drunk and swinging axes at the stump.
Did you know U2 already had a WHOLE new album recorded that they scrapped?!?
U2 have been working on their 13th studio album, which could see its release by the end of the year. Will they delve into their past to forge into the future? Here are five directions the new U2 album could be going.
U2 are finally wrapping up their new album in New York, which has been in the works since their 2009-2011 world tour. It will be their first studio release since 2009’s No Line On The Horizon.
In an effort to end the water crisis that is affecting millions of people, 780,000,000 to be exact, Olivia Wilde, Bono and Richard Branson have joined in Matt Damon’s “toilet strike.”
Bono appeared on CBS This Morning Thursday (May 16) to talk to host Charlie Rose about activism and music.
Dredged from the indigo blue depths of a swamp in a blues musician cemetery, Jack White doesn’t seem like a U2 fan, but think again.
For over five decades, legendary music producer Quincy Jones has lent his talents to some of the most notable songs and albums in history.