Performance notes: Hot Press’s Christmas party. Paul Boyle (The Vipers), Dave Sweeney (The Vipers), Steve Jones (Sex Pistols), and Larry are impatient for the official live band, Fit Kilkenny and the Remoulds, to begin so they take action into their own hands. They jump on stage and play two songs before they are unplugged mid-way through the second song; Jones is on vocals and guitar, Boyle on guitar, Sweeney bass, and Larry drums. 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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Bono received an Honorary Knighthood from the Queen of England (March 2007) and a France's Legion D'Honneur, presented by President Jacques Chirac (2003) for his humanitarian work.