Wednesday, 29 December 2010

Top Concert Tours of 2010: Bon Jovi, AC/DC, U2,Lady Gaga, Metallica

U2 highest topping world tour of the year also included AC/DC, Lady Gaga, Bon Jovi and Metallica.

Rock band New Jersey after topping the $200 million mark worldwide gained the title, earning $108 million from its North American world tour dates.

AC/DC , Worldwide ranking list he become a second on Pollstar, tomorrow he sold at least $180 million.

And other including were U2 ($161 million), Lady Gaga ($134 million) and Metallica ($110 million).

A full Top 200 Tour list pollstar release Year End Special Edition kindly past month 2010.

Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Bono identify himself as a “pain in the arse”

Rock band U2's member Bono has identify himself as a “pain in the arse”. He wrote about the band history, “I know I can be a pain in the arse. I have an annoying gene; it's in my DNA - I even annoy myself. When righteous anger turns to self-righteous, projectile vomit is the right response.”

Bono also said, “All I can say is that you can become traumatised as well as inspired by the lives you meet along the dirt road of extreme poverty. Watching the bright light of life go out of some kid's eyes gets me to a place I can't explain. Sometimes I forget that I'm an artist, but I shouldn't, because that's what I am, a working pop artist in a big F-Off rock band.”

According to the Gigwise, Now the band U2 on the Australian of their 360 degree world tour.

Friday, 10 December 2010

U2: Transmit Tribute to John Lennon

Rock band U2 transmit tribute Wednesday to John Lennon, the anniversary of the music legend's death.

They bands celebrate this day to performed in Brisbane gig in Australia Lennon's Beatle songs. Bono sang "In My Life" when the band had over they sang "Beautiful Day"

“Rain,” “Dear Prudence,” and “All You Need is Love” Bono and company had also performed. U2 also changed the path “Pride (In the Name of Love)” in Lennon’s honor with the new line, “1980 December 8. A shot rings out on a New York sky…”

Monday, 6 December 2010

U2 Serenade Hamish and Andy

U2,made a surprise appearance to give a fine tribute to the rock stars of Australian radio.

U2 lead singer Bono and guitarist The Edge,the world top music band was at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl last night and both singer strode on stage during Hamish and Andy's live broadcast and sang their 1989 hit Desire.

The band interrupted a ditty that Hamish Blake and Andy Lee were singing, called We are better than U2.