Performance notes: The Edge performs on a temporary stage at the Los Angeles Women's March, one of a series of global protests against US President Donald Trump. He plays guitar and sings, accompanied by Juliette Lewis (vocals), Abby Travers (bass, of Sumo Princess), and Brad Wilk (drums, of Prophets of Rage). Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"I cringe sometimes -- I mean, I hear them, "Who is Going to Ride Your Wild Horses" ... I happened to be in a drinking establishment, and they were just all playing some U2 music, and this came on. I thought, what a brilliant song, and how we -- how, well certainly from my point of view, how I screwed it up, how it could have been so much better, potentially so much better. I cringe because we weren't smart enough, or proficient enough at our job to actually bring that to its conclusion. So, there are several songs that I feel like that about."
- Larry, 2002
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