U2 frontman Bono and oft-controversial singer Sinead O'Connor did their part for charity this Christmas, performing outdoors in Dublin, Ireland, for last-minute shoppers on Christmas Eve, all for a good cause.
Bono loves Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah.' Regina Spektor, Patrick Stump, all those people on 'The Voice' and the rest of the world agree.
This is the most difficult thing you'll have to do all day: Choose between Paul McCartney's 'Wonderful Christmastime' and John Lennon's 'Happy Xmas (War Is Over).'
Some younger listeners might think of him as a flannel-wearing, analog-loving geezer, but Neil Young is actually pretty tech-savvy, and he demonstrated his continued willingness to experiment in the digital sphere with an hourlong Twitter chat on Wednesday (Oct. 24).
Last year, Bono‘s emergency back surgery in Germany had the U2 fan base worried about his welfare.
There was an entirely different kind of concern for Bono over the weekend, when reports circulated that he was treated for chest pains last week at a hospital in Monaco. U2 fans can rest easy, though: It was just a routine checkup, according to a spokeswoman for the 51-year-old singer.
Adam Bevell is a huge U2 fan. He's been to a dozen of the Irish band's concerts, and danced with his wife to U2 favorite 'All I Want Is You' during their wedding.
The 32-year old father of four is also blind. At the U2 concert in Nashville, Tennessee he attended last Saturday he held up a sign advertising his services as a "blind guitar player."