Performance notes: U2 play at the Dandelion Market a second time, at 3pm. Edge is sick and cannot play, so Joe Savino (of the Brown Thomas Band) and Denis Rusk (of support act The Strougers) provide assistance. Bono also attempts to play guitar but struggles. Above setlist is obviously incomplete; it may have also included a Rolling Stones cover. Later in the day U2 play a second show in Cork; it is not known whether Edge played. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"I don't want people coming to me, or the group, as some sort of God substitute or guru-like goons because I can look at myself in the mirror and just laugh, 'cause I know who I am. We've grown up in public in Dublin, and people there know us to be the jerks that we are. I think it's good when I walk down the street in Dublin and one person will say, 'That's Bono,' and the other person will say, 'So what?'"
- Bono, 1985
did you know
In September 1976, Larry Mullen, Jr. posted a notice on Mount Temple Comprehensive School's bulletin board to form a band. With seven responses to Larry's note, the band which were known at the time as The Hype, The Larry Mullen Band, Feedback and later U2 is whittled down to four as seen from 1980's debut Boy to the current day.