Comments: This show took place on an indeterminate date in late December 1977, back when the band still included Dik Evans, The Edge's brother, and was called The Hype. The band got drunk before the show, leading to a rough performance. At one point, Bono calls out for a cover of the Rolling Stones' Jumpin' Jack Flash; Dik Evans mixes up Stones songs and begins playing Brown Sugar instead. The band also performed an Eagles cover, though the specific song is unknown. No other setlist details are known. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Working with B.B. King is a mixed blessing because he's the only guy I know that when he moves back from the microphone his voice gets louder. I feel like a little girl when I'm singing with him."
- Bono, 1989
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"At the start of the U2360° Tour, the band weren’t planning to shoot the Rose Bowl. They wanted to do a shoot in Fez, a town in Morocco in a ‘riad’ – a type of Moroccan house built around an open 360 degree courtyard – and there would be 100- 200 invited people there to see it."
- Malcolm Gerrie, producer of the 360 Tour DVD