With U2 in the midst of their European 360° tour, and the much anticipated tour of North America slated for 2011.
The Web site of the UK radio station Absolute Radio is currently featuring several very interesting podcasts marking the 25th anniversary of the Live Aid concerts.
Live Nation Entertainment has announced that the U2 360° tour dates in the U.S., recently postponed due to Bono’s emergency back surgery, have been rescheduled for 2011.
Absolute Radio will broadcast a documentary about the 25th anniversary of Live Aid next week. The documentary will be aired in two parts. The first will be broadcast on Monday, July 12th at 10 p.m. BST (5 p.m. Eastern) and part two can be heard the following night at the same time.
U2 has been playing shows and releasing albums for more than 30 years, so even hardcore fans might honestly wonder whether they really need to buy yet another concert video showing the band playing hits like “One” and “Sunday Bloody Sunday.’’
The best part about working for Christie’s is when unexpected rock and roll items come through the door and turn out to have great historical significance
Set to launch their “U2 360° Tour” on June 3 in Salt Lake City, U2 officially postponed their tour at least through their July 19th show originally set for the Meadowlands in New Jersey.
News of the week, covering everything from Bono to Bret Michaels to Led Zeppelin
For the first time in a long time, The Beatles failed to crack Goldmine’s Market Watch. (Never fear, Elvis is here.)
The funeral for punk impresario Malcolm McLaren was held on Thursday, April 22nd, in north London. McLaren died on April 8th of cancer at age 64.