Comments: 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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In U2's very early days, a guy called Eugene who played drums in a north Dublin rock outfit called Stryder occasionally filled in for Larry on the gigs he couldn't make.