Comments: Bono and Edge appear with Reeve Carney at the finale of American Idol's tenth season to perform Rise Above, a song from the musical Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark. This is the first time any members of U2 have been involved in a public performance of this song. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"I can understand that, for sure, but the results speak for themselves. I can take it on the nose from everybody, including my own band, but by the time he leaves the White House, George Bush will have trebled aid to Africa. We are into him for $50bn."
- Bono on people who critic the meeting of he and former US President George Bush.
did you know
U2 participated in the Live Aid concert at Wembley Stadium for Ethiopian famine relief in July 1985, which was seen by more than a billion people worldwide.