Comments:Concert cancelled on 25 May 2010 due to Bono back surgery and rehabilitation period.
U2 were going to headline the Friday night of 2010's Glastonbury Festival. It would have been the first time U2 made an appearance at a non-charity festival since 1985.
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"Rick Rubin has a larger looming presence on this album than his 'thank you' deserves. He asked 'Why can't more people cover U2 songs?' And it's because, with all the great sounds and arrangements, you can forget that there isn't a song there."
- Bono on Rubin's influence on Songs of Innocence
did you know
Bono, The Edge, and Larry had joined a religious group in Dublin called "Shalom," which led all three to question the relationship between the Christian faith and the rock and roll lifestyle.