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Bono Honors The Man Who Could Not Cry

Humor, humility and the ability to compromise were the marks of the man
By Bono
As an activist I have pretty much been doing what Nelson Mandela tells me since I was a teenager. He has been a forceful presence in my life going back to 1979, when U2 made its first anti-apartheid effort. And he’s been a big part of the Irish consciousness even (...) (lire la suite)

Dom | 6 December 2013 | Africa

New U2 Documentary: U2 BROTHR

This Toronto-made documentary follows U2 superfan Mark Baker in his quest to become even more of a superfan. A certain music nerd also makes a couple of appearances. You may recognize him. (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 2 December 2013 | Cinéma / Théatre

Bono Shares Fond Moments with Mandela

br> Music and fashion merged on Monday (November 25) night in New York to celebrate the new film "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom." Rock band U2 and Vogue editor Anna Wintour hosted the night attended by some of the biggest names in fashion. U2 wrote a song for the film which The Edge called a full circle moment. br> br> Photo: Stephen (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 26 November 2013 | Africa

Paul McGuinness to step down as U2 manager after over 30 years at the helm

By Denise Calnan
U2’s manager Paul McGuinness is to sell his company and step down as manager of the world-famous band.
McGuinness, who has managed the band since the beginning of their career more than 30 years ago, is negotiating to sell his company Principle Management to Live Nation., New York Times reports.
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Corinne/Dead | 25 November 2013 | Industrie

As McGuinness clears his desk, U2 will never be the same again

U2 with manager Paul McGuinness in 1986
by ED POWER
FOR the first time since 1978, U2 will this morning wake up with the knowledge that Paul McGuinness is not fighting their corner. As U2’s "fifth Beatle" exits, what does the future hold for Bono and Co?
In the short term, the band will have scant opportunity for introspection. They are in the (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 25 November 2013 | What’s next

Handmade

’About ten minutes before it started, I received a text from my cousin Mark who said Rolling Stone had called this song U2’s tribute to Mandela. So no pressure then!’
The song Ordinary Love, written for ‘Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom’, is accompanied by a striking lyric video in which the handwritten words to the song fade and degrade and (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 24 November 2013 | Ordinary Love

’Ordinary Love’ lyrics

The sea wants to kiss the golden shore The sunlight warms your skin All the beauty that’s been lost before Wants to find us again
I can’t fight you anymore It’s you I’m fighting for The sea throws rocks together But time leaves us polished stones
We can’t fall any further If we can’t feel ordinary love And we cannot reach any higher If we can’t (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 24 November 2013 | Ordinary Love

Subscribers Special: ’Ordinary Love’ Lyric Video

Before the rest of the world get’s to see it, take a look at the video for Ordinary Love.
The band wrote Ordinary Love for the movie ’Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom’ and the track is released on 10-inch vinyl to mark Record Store Day next Friday, November 29th.
This beautiful video, in which the handwritten song lyrics appear, then fade and (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 24 November 2013 | Ordinary Love

U2 Album Slated for Early 2014 Release

The musicians of U2 preserve their fresh rock style despite their veteran status in the music biz.
U2 is readying a new album for tentative release in April, Billboard has learned, and is shopping for brand partners to announce the new project via a Super Bowl commercial.
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Corinne/Dead | 13 November 2013 | 10 Reasons To Exist

BONO ON LOU REED: ’POP’S TRULY GREAT POKER FACE’

(Lou Reed photograph by Man Alive! and used via Creative Commons licensing.)
By: Matt McGee
Bono has written an essay in remembrance of Lou Reed, who died on October 27th of liver disease at the age of 71. In the essay, Bono calls Reed "a still figure in the eye of a metallic hurricane" and "pop’s truly great poker face." He also talks about (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 10 November 2013 | Industrie

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