Comments: After filming for the Tonight Show, U2 and Jimmy Fallon dress as street musicians and busk at a New York subway station. A clip from this performance is broadcast during the Friday, 8 May episode alongside U2's performances in the TV studio. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"I realized the real influence was probably Flannery O'Connor, so I developed this character called the Shadow Man and I'm managing to step into the shoes of the Shadow Man without any self-harm. It's quite a character."
- Bono on the character he plays for Exit on the Joshua Tree tour
did you know
The song 'When Love Comes To Town' is about the redemptive power of love, with a biblical theme.