Comments: First meeting in Larry's kitchen after Larry Mullen Jr. posts a notice on the Mount Temple Comprehensive School notice board in search of musicians for a new band. Larry Mullen Jr. was on drums, Paul Hewson on lead vocals, Dave Evans and his older brother Dik Evans on guitar, Adam Clayton, a friend of the Evans brothers on bass guitar, and initially Ivan McCormick and Peter Martin, two other friends of Larry Mullen. Peter Martin did not return after the first practice, and Ivan McCormick left the group in the next weeks.
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