WE’VE lost some big ones in recent times. David Bowie, Prince, Lemmy Kilmister, and Glenn Frey – all of them dead in 2016. The outpouring of grief and recognition for the recently departed, in particular Bowie and Prince, has been heavy. A good mate of mine, who I met thanks to our mutual passion for […]
The 5th in the Me & U2 series, Sandro Olivo catches up with Peter Nigido, who was probably the only kid in grade 3 that loved U2.
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?
The 4th in the Me & U2 series, Sandro Olivo catches up with Anissa Arthur, who once lived next to Bono.
The 2nd in the Me & U2 series, we catch up with Jane Ollerenshaw, and she has some stories you simply can not miss.
One of Australia’s most popular TV shows becomes the inspiration for a Bono rant.
Did a 2010 performance in Melbourne actually give away the fact Paul McGuinness would quit as manager of U2?
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.