Performance notes: Larry Mullen receives a lifetime achievement award from Yamaha, the makers of his drumkits, at a gala event held by the National Association of Music Merchants. He is joined by an all-star band that includes Randy Brecker, Nathan East, and Butch Walker. The setlist above may not be complete, and the order is unknown. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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U2 were supposed to play three songs at Live Aid - Sunday Bloody Sunday, Bad, and Pride, U2's big hit at the time. Ultimately, U2 just played Sunday Bloody Sunday and a very long version of Bad.