Performance notes: U2 appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Bono and Edge sing the first verse of Lucille during the Interview segment. It is the first performance of the song since 16 September 1989 and the first public performance since 12 December 1987. I Still Haven't Found is performed with the Selah Gospel Choir of Pasadena. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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did you know
Regarding the phone call Bono as MacPhisto makes at the RDS Dublin show 28th August 1993 to the United Nations, the reply he gets back is a pre-recorded message from Willie Williams.