"I rode with him once in a limousine. We were being filmed from the passenger seat. When Frank leaned over and whispered in my ear, "Bono, roll down the window about an inch". I rolled down the window about an inch and I looked at him. Like, What are you getting at Frank? And he said, you need some fill, not just key lighting. It's an Irish face. And I burst out laughing to think that Frank Sinatra, even in his late seventies as he was then, was art directing an Irish pop star. He was actually trying to make me look -- he was lighting me!"
- Bono on Frank Sinatra, 2000
did you know
Much of the song 'Drowning Man' is written from the point of view of David railing at God, but occasionally, it switches, and God replies. yet, the song is addressed to Adam Clayton.