Comments: Before the concert, Bono gets in a fight with the main act, The Stranglers, over their treatment of U2 as a support act. During the show, U2 break into The Stranglers' room and steal their wine.
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"I was very nervous about doing Live Aid, it was such a huge gig. People were queuing up to do it because of the exposure, they were talking about the amount of TV coverage and whatever. It was hard to convince some people that we were there for the right reasons."
- Larry Mullen jr.
did you know
U2 only started to make money after the Joshua Tree in 1987, they were already more than 10 years playing as a band then.