Comments: Bono and Edge attend the annual meeting of Elevation Partners, a firm of which Bono is a founding member. For the event, the company fully booked Sam's Chowder House. Bono spoke to the assembled employees, partners, and investors and drew parallels between running a business and the creative process of writing music. Reports indicate that Bono and Edge then played two unreleased songs from the forthcoming new album, but no titles or other details are known.
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In September 1976, Larry Mullen, Jr. posted a notice on Mount Temple Comprehensive School's bulletin board to form a band. With seven responses to Larry's note, the band which were known at the time as The Hype, The Larry Mullen Band, Feedback and later U2 is whittled down to four as seen from 1980's debut Boy to the current day.