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- Happy Birthday, Adam Clayton! March 13, 2014Everyone's favorite bassist turns 54 on Thursday! Please join us in wishing Adam Clayton a happy birthday. Happy birthday to you!Happy birthday to you!Happy birthday, dear Adam!Happy birthday to you! Feel free to join fellow fans in wishing Adam a happy birthday in our forum!
- Like A Song: Please March 12, 2014[Ed. note: This is the 83rd in a series of personal essays by the @U2 staff about songs and/or albums that have had great meaning or impact in our lives.] When my son was born, I made a solemn pact with God to protect this precious new life with every fiber of my being. We already knew when he was born that there might be issues,
- 'Invisible' at #1 in Adult Alternative Songs chart March 10, 2014"Invisible" has hit No. 1 on Billboard's Adult Alternative Songs chart. Billboard says U2 has passed Coldplay for the most No. 1 hits in the 18-year history of the Adult Alternative Songs chart, with 11 songs versus 10 for Coldplay.
- Guardian: U2 Spokesperson Says Album Still Planned in 2014 March 10, 2014A U2 album is still being planned for 2014. That's the word from an unnamed U2 spokesperson quoted in The Guardian today: "U2's album is planned for this year, is still on track and touring plans haven't been confirmed yet." That's obviously in response to last week's Billboard report saying that U2 has
- Greg Carroll’s Teddy Bear: Much Loved March 10, 2014Awww. This is both too cute and too poignant at the same time. The line “grace makes beauty out of ugly things (or events, in this case),” comes to mind. Last year, Dublin-based photographer Mark Nixon published Much Loved, a collection of photographs of teddy bears with their owner’s stories. In it is a pic [...]The post Greg Carroll’s Teddy Bear: Much Love […]