Performance notes: Appearing under the name "Feedback", U2 perform their first concert at the encouragement of a teacher. The messy ten minute set consists solely of covers, but the students apparently enjoyed the performance enough to call the band back for more. As the band know very little material, they repeat Bye Bye Baby as an encore. This show took place in October (or possibly November) 1976 but the exact date is unknown. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.Was one of these songs performed outstandingly during this show? Click on the name of the song to mark it as such!
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what they said
"When I started managing the band, Adam and I smoked but none of the other three did. Now they all smoke except for Adam and me. Bono came to tobacco late in life. I remember saying to him, 'I can't believe you've started something. Aren't you worried that you'll damage your voice?' He said, 'That's the problem, I like what it's doing to my voice.'"
- Paul McGuiness
did you know
The line “In dreams begin responsibilities” from Acrobat is a reference to a 1938 Delmore Schwartz book of the same name.