Comments: Bono and Edge and other stars gather to honour former US President Bill Clinton’s charitable work and 65th birthday at the A Decade Of Difference concert. The set by Bono and Edge is the last of the evening and their performance features the live debut of A Man And A Woman, almost seven years after its release. It was dedicated to Chelsea Clinton and her husband Mark. Staring At The Sun was performed for the first time since 24 October 2001. Earlier in the evening, Bono appeared with K'Naan for a song; this appearance has a separate listing. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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I wish I could see the band doing something like MTV Unplugged, and this concert (although with Bono and The Edge only) is the closest thing to that.
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This show points out three things:
1) if they want, they're still a band full of new and original ideas
2) Bono still has a great voice
3) Pop exists, but as Edge said "who knows Last Night On Earth?". Surely, not the 70% of the people who goes at their concerts just to hear the usual hits or the new tunes.
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02 I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
03 A Man And A Woman
04 Sunday Bloody Sunday
05 Staring At The Sun
06 One / Happy Birthday (snippet)
07 Miss Sarajevo
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The setlist certainly contains some major surprises. "A Man and a Woman" was dedicated the Chelsea Clinton and her husband Marc. It was more of a curiosity but still cool. "Staring at the Sun" fared much better and was easily the highlight of the night. But make no mistake, the boys struggled a bit and the show never really found a rhythm. But credit to them for playing three songs you wouldn't have expected.
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"As a teenager, Bowie was our Elvis. They shared the same birthday and they both took music somewhere no one thought it could go. It was his otherworldliness that took us all away. A sense that we are not just earth bound creatures..."
- Bono, 2016, after David Bowie's death
did you know
At one point when Jay Z and Beyonce were staying at Bono's house, his daughters were worried about him "boring the arses" off them about Africa.