Comments: U2 are interviewed at an unknown studio in London by Georgie Gardner for Australian TV show 60 Minutes. They perform one song with a string section. The date listed is the broadcast date; it was filmed the previous week on a date that is presently unknown. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Filming Red Rocks cost us thirty grand. That was all the money we'd make. This was the first tour we were going to make any money at all, and this is where we put it, so there was a lot riding on that night."
- Bono on filming Red Rocks
did you know
Some reports say Edge was named by Bono because Dave was always on the fringe of things. Other stories suggest Bono gave him the name because of the sharp lines and angles of his face when he was a teenager.