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U2’s Adam Clayton says Eric Clapton helped solve his drinking problem

Adam Clayton credits Eric Clapton for his decision to seek treatment in rehab.
The U2 rocker, who has struggled with depression since he was a teenager, admits that his addiction to alcohol took a serious toll on his relationships with his bandmates, Bono, The Edge and Larry Mullen, before he got sober 21 years ago.
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Corinne/Dead | 5 May 2014 | Industrie

Heroes: Matt Nathanson on Bono

"Bono doesn’t do anything halfway. He’ll drive right into a wall to make his point." (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 26 March 2014 | Industrie

VIDEO: Amanda Brunker chats to Bono ahead of the Oscars

Bono and Amanda in LA
BONO is leading the Irish takeover of Tinseltown ahead of tonight’s Oscars. But the U2 frontman told the Sunday World he expects to be going home empty-handed after the show.
Hollywood has gone green for the weekend with a mini-invasion of Paddys descending on Los Angeles.
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Corinne/Dead | 2 March 2014 | Academy Awards

Bono and the Edge on ‘Mandela’s’ Melancholy Love Song

U2 performing a new song on the “Tonight” show on Monday. The band later played an acoustic version of “Ordinary Love.” (Lloyd Bishop/NBC, via Associated Press)
U2 performed an acoustic version of its Oscar-nominated song “Ordinary Love” for the premiere of the new “Tonight” show with Jimmy Fallon on Monday night. A few hours before (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 21 February 2014 | Academy Awards

U2 on the ’Ordinary Love’ of Nelson Mandela (Exclusive Video)

"We really related to what was going on in South Africa," Bono says of the Irish band, which first performed music protesting Apartheid back in the late 1970s, when he, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen, Jr. were still in their teens. (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 21 February 2014 | Academy Awards

U2 Interview: Oscar Hopes, That Unfinished Album, Anxiety About Staying Relevant

The world’s biggest band tackles politics, technology and now, with an Oscar-nominated song, Hollywood: "We don’t want to ever be a heritage act. It might happen, but we’ll go kicking and screaming into that mode." (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 13 February 2014 | Academy Awards

Bono chats with Zane

Corinne/Dead | 4 February 2014 | What’s next

’Going Somewhere’

The fortnightly music and politics magazine Hot Press was launched in Dublin in 1977, just in time to cover early Irish gigs by The Clash, The Stranglers, The Ramones and The Jam. And just in time – as it happens – to keep a keen eye on U2 from their very first live chords, as members of Feedback.
Niall Stokes has been editor from day one – and (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 22 January 2014 | Industrie

Billboard’s 2014 Industry Icon: Paul McGuinness on 35 Years Guiding ’The Biggest Band in the World’ (Q&A)

By Ray Waddell
Few managers are so closely associated with one act as Paul McGuinness has been with U2, a group he took from a fledgling band of dubious musicianship playing Dublin bars to where it is widely considered the biggest group in the world.
News broke late last year that McGuinness would step back from day-to-day duties for U2 after (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 18 January 2014 | Industrie

U2’s best years still to come, insists Bono

BONO has insisted that U2’s best years are yet to come. (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 7 January 2014 | What’s next

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