Talk about adding insult to injury: After enduring copious amounts of surgery following his nasty bike accident last fall, Bono may have lost the ability to play guitar.
We already knew Bono needed to heal from his recent bike accident before U2 embark on their 2015 tour.
At first, Bono seemed taken aback by the outrage generated by U2's placement of their new album into the iTunes libraries of 700 million users.
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.
U2 singer Bono reportedly needs surgery after a New York City bike accident.
The mission -- this time to fund Ebola research, rather than famine relief -- and most of the faces were different.
If you find yourself strolling the German countryside in the near future and come across a pair of random underpants, hang onto them -- they might just be Bono's.
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.
So here's how much music is apparently worth in 2014.
U2 singer Bono has never been known for his guitar playing, and his bandmates would really like to keep it that way.