If you wondered how a little old "bike spill" could be serious enough to keep U2 from showing up for their scheduled week-long residency on 'The Tonight Show,' well, we don't blame you.
Almost a year after U2 released 'How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb' on Nov. 22, 2004, Bono reflected on the quality of the record in the pages of Rolling Stone magazine.
U2 singer Bono reportedly needs surgery after a New York City bike accident.
Slash, who has been sober for eight years, received a case of Guinness from U2 upon arriving in Dublin this week.
So how does U2's just-released studio effort fit into the group's wider legacy?
Jimmy Fallon asked U2 to spend a week sitting in on 'The Tonight Show,' and through the wonders of modern technology, that invitation has been extended to the band's fans.
As if being ripped apart by both Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne wasn't humiliating enough, now U2 are being slammed by the Foo Fighters' drummer for having the audacity to give away their new album to anyone with an iTunes account two months ago.
U2 refused to play by the rules when they partnered with Apple for the shocking giveaway of their 'Songs of Innocence' album, and it sounds like they might also plan to defy a few expectations with their 2015 tour.
During the last week of October 1988, U2‘s anticipated concert movie ‘Rattle and Hum’ was released in their native Ireland.
U2's Bono hasn't been wearing sunglasses for the last two decades to look cool. Instead, he's battling a light sensitivity caused by glaucoma.