Good ‘Evans!

And in further wacky news… let us confuse you today with a story of marriage and belly dancers.

We all know that Morleigh Steinberg, the Edge’s wife to be, danced on U2’s Zoo TV tour. You may remember she wasn’t the first belly dancer on the tour. Dancer Christina Petro had preceded her on several shows, including the indoor European leg.

Now… do a search on ‘Christina Petro‘ on Google.com, and take a good look at the first result. It clearly states:

“David Evans was born in PA about 1780 and died in Braxton County VA (WV) after 1850. He married Christina Petro.”

Which makes The Edge 222 years old, and dead-ish. And a bigamist. With a penchant for belly dancers.

20 thoughts on “Good ‘Evans!

  1. Gawd! I love reading freaky stories like that. Anyone remember which one danced in Vancouver BC Canada? Was it Morleigh or Christina?

  2. Gawd! I love reading freaky stories like that. Anyone remember which one danced in Vancouver BC Canada? Was it Morleigh or Christina?

  3. Is it Morleigh or Christina on the ZooTV Sydney video? What about the Mysterious Ways video?

  4. Is it Morleigh or Christina on the ZooTV Sydney video? What about the Mysterious Ways video?

  5. ‘Twas Morleigh in the Sydney video. Neither of them were in the Mysterious Ways video, as that was done in ’91 before either appeared on the scene. It appears they used culturally traditional belly dancers with some real belly for that one. 🙂

  6. ‘Twas Morleigh in the Sydney video. Neither of them were in the Mysterious Ways video, as that was done in ’91 before either appeared on the scene. It appears they used culturally traditional belly dancers with some real belly for that one. 🙂

  7. If you listen carefully you’ll notice that Bono actually says “Morleigh” at the end of Mysterious Ways on the Sydney video.

  8. If you listen carefully you’ll notice that Bono actually says “Morleigh” at the end of Mysterious Ways on the Sydney video.

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