Performance notes: Bono duets with Alicia Keys at the Keep A Child Alive fundraiser. The song they perform is a slightly modified cover of Peter Gabriel's Don't Give Up and a studio version is made available for purchase on iTunes. Bono is not live; Alicia Keys sings and plays piano live, while Bono's pre-recorded performance is played on a screen. The date Bono recorded his contribution is not known. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.Was one of these songs performed outstandingly during this show? Click on the name of the song to mark it as such!
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what they said
"Our songs now belong to our fans. For us it’s a great thrill — to get on stage and perform those songs and see the reaction of the crowd. But we ourselves are kind of fans and somewhat bemused at times by where these songs came from. Where they come from is so mysterious to us."
- Bono on performing live, 2019
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