Comments: Bono and Edge appear on stage during BB King's set at the annual Thelonious Monk Gala, hosted by the Monk Institute of Jazz. This is the first performance of When Love Comes To Town by any members of U2 since 28 August 1993, although it has been a setlist regular at BB's concerts. The first half of the song is played more in U2's rock style, then halfway through it transforms into BB's recent live arrangement. Afterwards, numerous other performers at the Gala join Bono, Edge, and BB for a cover of Let The Good Times Roll. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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