Comments: Bono appears unannounced at Wyclef Jean's ball to raise money for Jean's charity Yele Haiti, which works to aid development in his native country of Haiti. He performs a duet of Redemption Song with Wyclef Jean. Earlier in the day, he sung on the yacht of Flavio Briatore, managing director of the Renault formula one team. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Where's my public? My God, they've deserted me! This is a crisis. We'd better do something. Stir up some publicity or something. 'Bono in under-age sex orgy.' That should do it. I want my public back."
- Bono, December 1987
did you know
During the recording sessions of Achtung Baby, the band were working on a primitive version of Mysterious Ways called 'Sick Puppy'. During these versions, The Edge improvised a chord progression that the rest of the band worked with. From that chord progression the song 'One' was born, ultimately changing the outlook of the sessions and more importantly, keeping the band together.