Performance notes: Bono and Edge appear on The Howard Stern Show and are interviewed for more than an hour, interspersed with acoustic renditions of several songs. Bono sings a few lines of the David Bowie song Blackstar. Edge plays just the opening chords of Where the Streets Have No Name during a discussion on The Joshua Tree. Get Out Of Your Own Way is restarted after Bono asks for it to be in a lower key. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"Our relationship has changed a lot. For a while I thought I was in charge, I was the hunter-protector. A few years ago it became clear someone else was in charge, and I feel like I hold on a lot tighter to her than she does to me, and that slightly bothers me. She's so independent and I sometimes which she wasn't."
- Bono on Ali, 2009
did you know
Bono stated that he wrote the song 'Kite' about and to his children; yet, after he completed it, he realized that it was a song of his dying father, whom he had a difficult relationship with, but in the end found his peace.