Comments: Bono sang at the funeral of his friend (and U2's tour manager) Greg Carroll at Kai Iwi Marae near Whanganui. He was accompanied on violin by Gavin Buxton of the Ponsonby DCs. Greg, who was Maori, was given a traditional Maori funeral. He was a member of the Ratana Church, and the local Ratana choir also performed at the funeral. Leading the choir was Greg's uncle Dalvanius Prime, a famous New Zealand performer. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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- Willie Williams just before the 360 tour resumed in Turin, 2010
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When U2 were recording 'Electrical Storm', it was Bono's intention to write about the aftermath of 9/11, but it turned out to be a love song.