The lineup for the Canada 150 celebrations on Parliament Hill is getting a major boost. U2 frontman Bono and lead guitarist The Edge will make an appearance for the July 1 bash, it was announced Friday. "Exciting news! Look forward to seeing U2.
French First Lady Brigitte Macron cemented her style icon status as she met with Irish rocker Bono in Paris. The 64-year-old, who has been married to French president Emmanuel Macron for 10 years, brought some edge to her signature streamline style as she.
Hey, isn't that ... House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, getting a shout-out from Bono during the U2 show Tuesday night at FedEx Field? Just as the California Dem was getting blamed for being a drag on the Democratic candidate in Georgia's special.
If you’re Romeward-bound, book your hotel room ... the pricey Bono Turistico city pass, which even at the last minute (sometimes even the same day) lets you choose virtually any entry time to the complex. Throughout your travels to Spain and Italy.
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OTTAWA -- U2 band members Bono and the Edge will perform one song at next week's Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa, a spokeswoman for the Department of Canadian Heritage confirmed to The Canadian Press Friday. The Irish rockers will perform around noon at.
Some would have seen Bono and Michael Hutchence as rivals but the U2 front man Bono thought of the late musician as a friend. Appearing on Channel Nine's 60 Minutes on Sunday night, the Irish singer, 54, broke down as he recalled spending time with the.
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The court heard that Bono, The Edge, Mr McKillen and Mr Quinlan each agreed to take a 25% interest in the Clarence hotel. However, Mr Quinlan said that by 2009 he was under "huge" financial pressures and asked for another meeting with Bono, The Edge.