THE world’s biggest band turned 40 last month, but the milestone passed with not much more than a murmur in Australia.
We’re waiting for the iNNOCENCE and eXPERIENCE tour to hit our shores. What else can the world’s greatest band do when they’re here?
I still remember recording this interview on a cassette. The early hours of October 21, 1989, and I was worried I’d run out of tape, so pressed pause whenever a non-U2 song was played. The tape survived, but does skip in some parts, but you won’t miss much. As the title suggests, U2 were interviewed […]
The 4th in the Me & U2 series, Sandro Olivo catches up with Anissa Arthur, who once lived next to Bono.
The 3rd in the Me & U2 series, Sandro Olivo catches up with Dom Puglisi. It was a TV show about Zoo TV that turned him into a U2 fan. It pays to WATCH MORE TV.
Michael Hutchence was a bright star in the constellation of rock. When his light went out, it hit Bono hard.
A venerated figure of Australian rules football is asked for some advice.
One of Australia’s most popular TV shows becomes the inspiration for a Bono rant.
U2’s critically acclaimed seventh studio album entered its embryonic stage on the Lovetown tour.
Written about Bono’s mother Iris and the pain of losing her when he was just 14, this song exemplifies U2’s strength in generating deep emotions through the craft of song writing.