FLASHBACK: U2 Performing “Angel Of Harlem”

U2’s Rattle and Hum, the soundtrack album to the film of the same name, was released 29 years ago today (October 10), and while the film gets criticized by critics and fans for being a bit pretentious, there is no denying the soundtrack album, especially its original tracks, is simply stellar.

PHOTOS: U2 Rocks Ford Field Labor Day Weekend

U2 took the stage at Ford Field on Sunday, September 3rd for their Detroit stop on 'The Joshua Tree 2017' tour. Check out some of our photos & the setlist below! Photo Credit: Kristen Drum Intro: The Whole of the Moon (The Waterboys Song) Sunday Bloody Sunday New Year's Day Bad (With "America" (Simon &…

WATCH: U2’s Lyric Video For “You’re The Best Thing About Me”

As promised (and bright and early), U2 has officially unveiled “You’re The Best Thing About Me,” the first single off their upcoming album Songs of Experience. The decidedly poppy tune is accompanied by flipbook imagery displaying the track’s lyrics, with easily the highlight being the cheeky, “Shooting off my mouth, that’s another great thing about…

7 Incredible Live Bono Moments

Bono is always an interesting hot-button discussion for any group of music fans, but even the haters have to admit that live, there’s no touching the U2 frontman. 

March 9, 1987: U2 Release ‘The Joshua Tree’

Once the embers of 1984’s The Unforgettable Fire subsided, U2 decided to go on a different kind of tour. (No, not that Amnesty International tour in 1986 with Sting.) This tour delved into the band’s wonder with America, and it gave birth to one of music’s biggest albums ever.

7 Great Johnny Cash Rock Covers

The legendary Johnny Cash would have turned 85 today (February 26), and in a career that spanned six decades, there was one thing he could do better than nearly anyone else:  Cover a song and make it his own.

November 18, 1991: U2 Release 'Achtung Baby'

After the monumental success of The Joshua Tree and its subsequent tour, there was definitely a sense of “Now what?” with U2.  The band, perhaps, didn’t know themselves, which made sense why Bono said at a show in Dublin on December 30th, 1989 that, “We just have to go away and dream it all up again.”