"We really related to what was going on in South Africa," Bono says of the Irish band, which first performed music protesting Apartheid back in the late 1970s, when he, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen, Jr. were still in their teens.Read more
The rock icons talk about their long history of using music to call attention to issues of social importance, their close relationship with South Africa and Nelson Mandela and their Oscar-nominated song "Ordinary Love," from Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.Read more
As the show returned to New York City, its new host was joined by a slew of A-list guests including Will Smith, Robert De Niro, Lady Gaga, Sarah Jessica Parker and Tina Fey, and musical guests U2. Read More
It's a new era for the storied franchise, which opens with a slew of surprise A-list guests, an outdoor performance from U2 and some gentle digs: "Welcome to the Tonight Show. I'm Jimmy Fallon and I'll be your host -- for now." Read more
Bandmates Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr. also pose for THR, opening up about "lying for a living," the death of the album and what project they found "less artistically rewarding" than the others. Read More
The world's biggest band tackles politics, technology and now, with an Oscar-nominated song, Hollywood: "We don't want to ever be a heritage act. It might happen, but we'll go kicking and screaming into that mode."
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