Right Said Bono

Bono is interviewed by Aengus Fanning in today’s Sunday Independent (Ireland). The two-part interview took place the day Bono spoke to the World Newspaper Congress. Part two will be published next week. “I saw a picture of myself”, he says….

Four Decades of Commentary

U2tour.de have interviewed Hank Bordowitz, author of U2 Reader: Four Decades of Commentary. “As soon as we had a PDF file of the book, I brought it to the Principle Management offices in New York. On the one hand, I…

U2 Live at Amazon.com

Amazon.com is taking pre-orders for U2 Live – A Concert Documentary, due November 2003. For now, Dutch readers are advised to order from their local bookstore. (ISBN: 0711991987)

No talking, please

Mr DNA is hosting mp3s of U2’s Special Olympics performance that do not contain the commentator talk-over.

Jolly Good Show

It’s no surprise to us that U2 have ranked number 1 in Rolling Stone’s readers’ survey of the 20 greatest live acts.

A, B and Q

ShowbizIreland.com captured Bono, Ali and Quincy Jones at the Special Olympics.

No Band Bigger Nor Music Better

U2log.com’s Patrick Lynch reports on the Special Olympics opening ceremony. 7.05pm – 10, 9, 8, 7…After much rehearsal and Mexican wave practise, the 2003 Special Olympic Games went live on air from Dublin. Irish comedian and TV host Patrick Kielty…

U2 Perform at Special Olympics Opening Ceremony

U2 performed “One” and “Pride” at the Special Olympics opening ceremony in Dublin. Return to U2log.com soon to read our on-the-scene report from Patrick Lynch. In the meantime, watch U2’s performance in RealVideo at RTE’s web site (at approximately the…

Special Olympics Soundcheck

Unofficial sources at Croke Park report that U2 rehearsed both One and Pride (In the Name of Love) for today’s Special Olympics Opening. They performed an instrumental version of One without Bono, before rehearsing a full version of One and…