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BB King, Bono, The Edge Onstage at the Kodak

The Edge (left), BB King (center), and Bono of U2 (right) on stage at the Kodak Theater Sunday night October 26th at the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition and Gala Benefit Concert. BB was honored, and given the Founder’s Award. After the presentation, they rocked the house with a spirited version of "When Love Comes to Town" A (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 28 October 2008 | Caritatif

Live: B.B. King and Bono at the Kodak Theatre

They highlight the Thelonious Monk Institute benefit that includes a saxophone competition and appearances by Herbie Hancock, Robert Cray and others. (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 28 October 2008 | Caritatif

Voting Still Open

U2 are nominated in the 2008 MTV Europe Awards. Here’s the competition and here’s how you vote.
Nominated in the ’Best Act Ever’ category, the band are up against a diverse list of acts who we can safely say have never been in the same category before: Green Day, Tokio Hotel, Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears... and Rick Astley.
Vote (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 28 October 2008 | Divers

The billion dollar band

I will follow... the money: U2 have signed a lucrative deal with Live Nation
U2 will still be rocking and coining it when they approach their 60s, after the fine print of their lucrative new deal was revealed this week.
Recession may be the buzzword of the year, but not in U2’s world. The band’s ability to command top dollar seems to be as (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 26 October 2008 | Tournées

Bono to become New York Times columnist

The U2 frontman will wax lyrical on Africa, poverty and Frank Sinatra – and he’ll be doing it for free. Expect future contributions from Brian May and Bruce Springsteen. No, really (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 26 October 2008 | Caritatif

Bono To Write New York Times Column

By Jonathan Cohen
There aren’t any concrete details just yet, U2 frontman Bono has been invited to write a column for the New York Times next year.
"We have asked Bono to write an occasional column for the paper next year, covering a range of subjects, but are still finalizing the details," said a Times spokesperson.
Bono will likely be (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 24 October 2008 | Caritatif

NYT’s Unforgettable Hire: Bono

Like Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter before him, New York Times editorial page editor Andrew Rosenthal sees something special in a certain teensy Gaelic man who refuses to remove his sunglasses. That’s right, the Timesman announced last night his first acquisition for the paper’s Op-Ed pages for 2009: Bono. Yep, Bono. The activist-creator of (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 24 October 2008 | Divers

New York Times Hires Bono

By Eliot Van Buskirk
Bono and former British Prime Mnister Tony Blair
The New York Times opinion/editorial section will feature a new contributor next year: the socially-minded rock star Bono, who will submit columns on a wide array of topics for free — or "pro Bono" as Radar cheekily puts it).
Andrew Rosenthal, editor of The Times’ op-ed (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 24 October 2008 | Divers

The story of the guitar

more of the edge + others on the bbc documentary "the story of the guitar"
this new edge vid is different than the previous two. (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 24 October 2008 | Divers

Bono talks on £500 million deal

U2 could earn more than £500 million after signing a new contract.
The Irish rock band have made a deal with promoters Live Nation, which will entitle them to 1.56 million shares in the company worth around £10 million.
The 12-year deal - which means frontman Bono will be 60-years-old before he finishes touring – could see the band earn closer (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 24 October 2008 | Tournées

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