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Checking off a mini-bucket list item in California

You may know how much I love U2’s song, “California.” It’s easily my favorite from Songs Of Innocence and ranks really highly for me among U2’s entire catalog. The reason is simple: It does a great job of capturing the vibe of the southern California coast that I experienced and loved for four years while […]

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My U2 Fandom Captured In A Painting

It’s hard to imagine that someone could capture my U2 fandom (and other fandoms) in one painting, but that’s exactly what my friend Kelly Eddington managed to do. What you see above is a gift given to me by the @U2 crew just moments before our 20th anniversary party began last month in New York […]

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Let It Go

At the few shows on U2’s current tour where they’ve played “Bad” — a song in which “let it go” is one of the key lines and ideas — Bono tells the audience something along the lines of, “This is a song about surrender. Whatever you’re holding onto, whatever you need to let go of […]

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This is What Pure Joy Looks Like

Saturday night, April 27th at the Hard Rock Cafe in Cleveland, Ohio. The U2 Conference had finished earlier in the day, and this was the scene of our post-conference party — a concert put on by Unforgettable Fire, a tribute band based in NYC and Connecticut. I’m not generally a big fan of tribute bands. […]

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