Performance notes: Before their "Jingle Balls" residency at the same venue later in June, U2 play this afternoon show; entry costs £0.75. Only one song from the setlist is known: the earliest known performance of Stories For Boys. U2:3, containing Stories For Boys, is recorded this month. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"The Edge is one of these people, that you wouldn't see him doing his homework. But he slopes off in the evening and he would be up for a couple of hours writing a song. There were songs that would come from him that were fully formed. Sunday Bloody Sunday was one of these songs. Vertigo is another example."
- Adam on U2's recording process, 2021
did you know
Many musicians have been influenced by the work of U2. There are several cover versions of U2 songs by bands such as Pet Shop Boys, Pearl Jam and The Chimes, and musicians such as Cassandra Wilson, Joe Cocker and Johnny Cash.