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U2 Then and Now
Do you ever wonder where THAT photograph of U2 was taken? You know what? I do too! So I research the location & show a modern comparison.U2 logo by
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U2 Then and Now Sep 21
Croke Park, 28 June 1987. View from Hogan stand pre-gig (by way of me stitching 2 photos together) and during U2's set. What a night it was!
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U2 Then and Now Sep 21
Croke Park, 27 June 1987. Pre-gig we ran into Dave Fanning (pictured with my friend Bobby McBride & his brother), & the re-built stand today
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U2 Then and Now Sep 20
I have been rooting through my attic and will be posting my unpublished U2 photos soon from "back in the day" ...but don't expect too much!
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Andy Greene Sep 18
I spoke to The Edge about the new U2 album. Near the end, I tried to ask things the forum readers care about.
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U2 Then and Now Sep 15
August 1984. Anton Corbijn, Steve Averill & Bono outside Harans in Ennistymon, Clare, before U2's photo-shoot at the nearby Cliffs of Moher
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Chløe Mac Sep 13
I remember this! Bono talked about it during the show in Houston the next night.
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U2 Then and Now Sep 13
13 Oct 2009. On a day off from the 360° tour, Bono, The Edge and Paul McGuinness do touristy things at the Johnson Space Center, Houston.
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TM Sep 11
Was it 'a sandwich walks into a bar'?
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U2 Then and Now Sep 11
Replying to @swisscritter
Great story! Am loving the responses to the MK Bowl photos.Have been to many U2 gigs but I wish i had gone to this and just missed out on it
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Christie Ritter Sep 11
Replying to @U2thenandnow
1 of my favorite shows despite the rain & getting squeezed up against the rail. Bono recognized the danger & got security to haul me over it
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DrowningMan Sep 10
My first U2 gig. An amazing day in spite of the rain.
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U2 Three Chords Sep 10
Replying to @U2thenandnow
I had a vinyl bootleg of this show but unfortunately it made Bono sound like a chipmunk, so I had to return it. D'oh!
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Bonel Flamel Sep 10
Omg we're somewhere in this picture on Edge's side near the rail.
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mike day Sep 11
Replying to @U2thenandnow @U2place
remember it well
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U2 Then and Now Sep 10
Replying to @U2ThreeChords
I had a vinyl bootleg of this which pointlessly included the firework display at the end of the gig as well!
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U2 Then and Now Sep 10
Replying to @FrankGollogly
Cheers Frank - great memories!
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U2 Then and Now Sep 10
Replying to @FrankGollogly
I was just getting into the band at that time and couldn't get a ticket - but heard may tales about how wet it was - was it really THAT bad?
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Frank Gollogly Sep 10
Replying to @U2thenandnow
I was there! Great line up. The Ramones!! Billy Bragg! Spear of Destiny! R.E.M!
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U2 Then and Now Sep 10
22 June 1985. U2's "Longest Day" festival. Note Greg Carroll in photo 2. Where the stage was located there are now regular car boot sales
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U2 Then and Now Sep 10
22 June 1985. U2's "Longest Day" festival at Milton Keynes Bowl. The show was marred by rain and more rain - with no cover in a grass bowl!
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