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- G8 on your boots June 17, 2013Photo: Isaac Brekken/Getty Images North America By ANTHONY BARNES U2 frontman Bono has paid tribute to a number of top musicians for highlighting global poverty. Will.i.am, Ed Sheeran and Mumford & Sons are among the stars who have recorded new versions of protest songs focusing on the issue. They are joining forces with dozens of […]
- U2 are set to take part in A Night For Christy concert next week with a live link-up from their studio in New York June 17, 2013U2 are set to take part in A Night For Christy concert next week with a live link-up from their studio in New York. The fellow Dublin north-side band will perform This Is during the gig which takes place in Dublin’s Olympia on June 21st and is being streamed live to 100 venues worldwide. Read […]
- U2 updates "Sunday Bloody Sunday" June 17, 2013U2 has taken its classic “Sunday Bloody Sunday” and updated it in support of human rights activists in Iran. This live acoustic version, filmed on a New York City rooftop last week, features extra lyrics referring to the killing going on in the name of religion. “The track is part of ONE’s campaign to harness […]
- Sunday Bloody Sunday für ONE-Kampagne 'agit8' June 13, 2013Wenige Tage vor dem G8-Gipfel in Nordirland hat die von Bono mitgegründete Organisation ONE die neue Kampagne agit8 (Link) gestartet. Zahlreiche Musiker aus aller Welt erheben ihre Stimme für ein Ende der extremen Armut und haben dafür neue Versionen bekannter Protestsongs aufgenommen. Mit dabei sind u. a. ... […]
- Sunday Bloody Sunday for agit8 June 13, 2013'Greetings from New York City to the good people of Iran...' […]