Performance notes: U2 performed for World AIDS Day in Times Square as "U2 Minus 1". Because of his recent bicycle accident, Bono was under doctor's orders to not perform, so Chris Martin of Coldplay and Bruce Springsteen took turns fronting the band. U2 opened the show with two songs, fronted by Martin; Carrie Underwood then played a set with Edge on guitar for one song; Kanye West performed the third set; and U2 with Bruce Springsteen closed proceedings with another two-song set. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"It's good to be back in Boston,
I usually get my hair cut in Boston"
- Bono on stage
did you know
U2 was named the best band of the last 40 years in Holland in 2005.