Bono Opens Up About Injury: I May Never Play Guitar Again
Back in November, Bono fell off a bicycle and suffered injuries that forced U2 to cancel a planned one-week residence on The Tonight Show.
The iconic frontman has been keeping a low profile in the weeks since, but today he opened up about his recovery on the band's official website and revealed that he may never again pick up a six-string:
Bono Falls Off Bicycle, Forces U2 to Cancel Tonight Show Residency
Going on tour and playing a catalog of chart-topping singles may be like riding a bicycle to U2...
... but the iconic band has been forced to make a change to its upcoming schedule due to a problem its lead singer had while actually riding a bicycle.
Bono Apologizes for Automatically Downloaded U2 Album: Our Bad!
Bono is eating a healthy plate of crow right about now.
On September 9, via deal with Apple, U2’s "Songs of Innocence" album was automatically downloaded to iTunes on ALL Apple devices, whether users asked for it or not.
Rihanna, U2, Others to Collaborate on Benefit Album
Rihanna and U2 are among the major names expected to come together this week in the name of disaster relief.
Universal Music has confirmed to Billboard that it plans to release a digital album at some point in the next few days, with all proceeds going to the Japanese Red Cross.
U2 Way Creates Demand for Diane Lane, Jessica Simpson Street and More!
After appearing yesterday on The Late Show David Letterman, U2 was honored with the temporary renaming of a portion of W. 53rd Street in New York City.
On the day the band released its twelfth studio album, No Line on the Horizon, NYC residents could drive down U2 Way. Group members (from left) Adam Clayton, Bono, The Edge and Larry Mullen, Jr. proudly display the street signs below: