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U2's "Songs of Innocence" marks a successful return for the Irish rock band. [Read more]

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"Song For Someone" could be U2's new lead single. [Read more]

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George Strait rode off into the sunset of all sunsets this weekend. A record of approximately 105,000 concert-goers attended Strait's concert at AT&T Stadium in Dallas to watch the final show of Strait's last tour -- marking the last time the country superstar will ever perform a concert of his own. The number is almost mind-numbingly high. 105,000 people inside AT&T Stadium for a concert -- but it wasn't just Strait there -- Miranda Lambert, Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson, Sheryl Crow, M... [Read more]

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U2 Are Not Invisible

March 6, 2014
It's been five years since U2 released their latest album, having released No Line on the Horizon in March 2009, and three years since U2 concluded their record-breaking 360° Tour. Bono and The Edge dabbled in Broadway, writing music for the ill-fated Spider-Man play, but the last half decade has seen little in the way of new music by U2 -- until now. "We're on the verge of irrelevance," Bono told BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe. Despite the success of the 360° Tour, U2 failed to produce a hit song t... [Read more]

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Arcade Fire: Her OST Arcade Fire’s soon to be released album Reflektor is already being hailed as a masterpiece and maybe their best by those who’ve gotten an early listen. These are big words for a band whose last record won Best Album of the Year. The Original Sountrack for the upcoming Spike Jonze film Her seems like it’ll be a smaller, quieter affair based on the film’s subject matter which features Joaquin Phoenix as a lonely letter writer who falls in love with an operating system. Jonz... [Read more]
On the eve preceding the last night of U2’s epic, two-year-long 360 tour, the band has announced the premiere of From the Sky Down, a documentary about the making of U2’s Achtung Baby, on September 8th at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film is directed by Academy Award-winner David Guggenheim, the filmmaker behind An Inconvenient Truth, It Might Get Loud and Waiting for Superman (incidentally, three of the top 100 highest-grossing documentaries of all time). The film ... [Read more]

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