Bono Plays Wedding Singer for Warren Buffett's Granddaughter (Video)

The U2 frontman sang "Stand by Me" on Friday night in front of 285 guests.
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Bono (née Paul David Hewson) took center stage as he sang at Warren Buffett's family wedding in Omaha, Neb.

U2's lead singer performed a rendition of Ben E. King's "Stand by Me" for the billionaire's granddaughter, Emily Greenberg, who wed Thomas Threlkeld. A guest who attended the Friday night ceremony posted a video on YouTube.

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Bono serenaded 285 wedding guests -- including Buffett and his three children, Susie, Howard and Peter -- on Friday, as first reported by the Omaha World-Herald.

In June, Bono surprised Buffett at this year's Forbes 400 Philanthropy Summit where he dedicated the tune "Home on the Range" to the wealthy Berkshire Hathaway CEO.

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The Buffetts and Bono have bonded since working on similar philanthropic causes, with Susie serving on the board of the DATA (Debt, AIDS, Trade, Africa) charity, which Bono co-founded in 2002.

Watch Bono's performance below.