WARNING: coarse language DOES the world need another U2 album? Having heard Songs of Experience, the answer is a resounding “FUCK YEAH!”. There is always a grand anticipation leading up to a U2 release. Partly because they take so long to arrive, and partly because U2’s weight in the music industry means all eyes (even […]
U2 continues to prove it is the best live act in existence.
Melbourne-based tribute band The U2 Show – Achtung Baby will stage their own version of the Joshua Tree 2017 Tour, much to the delight of Australian U2 fans.
David Barry has many titles, but like you and me, one of his proudest is “fanatical U2 fan”.
And it’s this last title that has inspired him to launch a fundraising campaign to make a film about U2 fans around the globe.
Australia missing out on the U2 The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 is a case of de ja vu.
In a U2 Australia exclusive, Weddings Parties Anything singer Mick Thomas and drummer Marcus Schintler give us an insight into what it was like on tour with U2.
U2’S AUSTERE image was knocked out by a technicolour uppercut when Achtung Baby was released 25 years ago today.
THE world’s biggest band turned 40 last month, but the milestone passed with not much more than a murmur in Australia.
ON THE 40th anniversary of the world’s greatest band, let’s look at the most important events in U2’s career.
DON’T usually associate U2 with horticulture? Think again.