Last night's 2018 Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden featured performances from 3 classic rockers as well as a tribute to Tom Petty. U2, Elton John and Sting made key contributions to this year's event.
There’s been a lot of surprising news in the classic rock world this week, but the only story that made us exclaim, “WHAT?!” is this business about Sting releasing an album with dancehall-reggae artist Shaggy.
Recently U2's charismatic lead singer sat down for an extended interview with Rolling Stone publisher, Jann Wenner. In it he reveals that a near death experience helped shape the lyrical content of the band's new album, why 'The Joshua Tree' tour was more difficult that he expected, advice he received from Sir Paul McCartney, where he sees rock music going and much more.
U2’s Larry Mullen Jr. often doesn’t get a lot of attention, but considering he’s the one who started U2 back in 1976 by posting a notice on the bulletin board of Mount Temple Comprehensive School, he certainly deserves a lot more.
U2 frontman Bono took time off from the group's Joshua Tree Tour to visit with Republican congressmen -- including Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy -- on Wednesday (June 21) to talk about the humanitarian concerns of his ONE Campaign organization.
By Cyndy Drue, DJ/Event Reporter As we get ready to see U2 in concert this Sunday night, I wanted to reflect on the highlights I’ve had with them over the years in Philadelphia. 1.) March 4, 1981, Interviewed a soft spoken singer named Bono from a new, unknown Irish band for my TV show, then…