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Mensagem por MG em Sab 06 Set 2008, 3:49 pm

Relembrando a primeira mensagem :

Matérias e artigos de revistas, jornais etc, que não estejam diretamente relacionadas com a banda, mas com alguma conotação pessoal.

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Mensagem por MG em Dom 04 Jan 2009, 9:19 am

Fofo in love

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Mensagem por Achtungzoo em Dom 04 Jan 2009, 12:42 pm

Two-year delay for revamp of U2 hotel
By Cormac Murphy
Friday January 02 2009

THE €150m redevelopment of U2's Clarence Hotel will not get under way for another two years.

After a protracted planning application process, Bono and The Edge are willing to wait before closing down the Dublin city centre hotel.

A spokeswoman for the project told the Herald the Clarence would operate as normal for the next two years.

"The owners are currently working on the design and pro-ject management requirements. For the next two years, the Clarence Hotel is fully operational as normal," she said.

The hotel will re-open again following the redevelopment in 2012 or 2013, the spokeswoman added. An Bord Pleanala gave the go ahead last July to the Norman Foster-designed pro-ject, which has been going through the planning process for over a year and a half.

The decision was hugely significant as the redevelopment will involve gutting a series of protected buildings, including the Clarence itself, leaving just the facades.

Revised plans will have to be submitted to Dublin City Council as the planning board directed certain changes.

The massive revamp was granted permission by Dublin City Council in November but that decision was appealed.

An Bord Pleanala then directed that an oral hearing take place.

DEMOLITION

Permission was granted despite the Department of the Environment saying it did not believe the plan was of such architectural merit as to justify the demolition of six protected buildings.

The U2 band members, along with property developers Paddy McKillen and Derek Quinlan, will transform the 44-bedroom boutique hotel into a 141-bedroom, five-star hotel and spa, complete with restaurant, bar and fresh food market.

During the oral hearing, The Edge, whose real name is David Evans, said: "If it goes ahead, it will be the ninth different version of a hotel on that site. We want to keep the infrastructure in the city -- we don't want it to turn into apartments. We don't want it to be lost."

But the plan caused controversy as it involves a massive reconstruction of the Clarence, an art deco building dating from 1937, four Georgian buildings from the early 19th century and Dollard House, built in 1886.

All are listed buildings and only the facades along Wellington Quay in the south inner city will be preserved.

It is proposed to re-use skirting boards, fireplaces, floorboards and all other internal features in the new building.

A huge glass atrium, which will be accessible to the public, will be at the heart of the hotel, with a skycatcher allowing light to enter the hotel.

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Mensagem por Zooropa em Seg 05 Jan 2009, 6:54 am

MG escreveu:Fofo in love

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Imagino ele todo atrapalhando vendo o parto, todo nervoso, tenso. ))
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Mensagem por Andréia Hewson!!! em Seg 05 Jan 2009, 9:27 am

Zooropa escreveu:
MG escreveu:Fofo in love

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Aqui aparece cortado mas é só salvar a imagem no PC que fica ok! :aeee:

Imagino ele todo atrapalhando vendo o parto, todo nervoso, tenso. ))

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Mensagem por Andréia Hewson!!! em Qui 08 Jan 2009, 2:09 pm

U2 Larry: My kids use me as taxi driver

Rocker does fare share of parenting

The Mirror, January 07, 2009

By Michael Sharkey


U2's Larry Mullen Jnr. confessed he feels more like a taxi driver than a rocker as he ferries his kids around so much.

The Dublin-born drummer made the revelation after being asked about a typical day away from the group.

Father-of-three Larry added: "There's rarely a day when there isn't something to do with the band. But a lot of the time I feel like I should put a cap on my head and a sign over my car with taxi written on it.

"I spend a lot of time ferrying children, including other people's, to various houses.

There's swimming, ballet, soccer -- it goes on.

"And if you are left in charge, food is a big issue.

"Everyone wants different things. So I spend a lot of time in the kitchen. But I enjoy it."

Larry, 47, confessed having a family has left him with little time to indulge his passion for motorcycles.

He added: "I still love bikes. But I haven't ridden in a long time. Having kids changed that.

"Not only from the safety point of view. You have choices -- what are you going to do?

"Go off for three days with your tent or actually take care of your kids?

"In 10 years time I'll have as much time as I want to go off and do all those things." The millionaire star also revealed that he and his bandmates don't socialise as much as they used to after working in the studio.

He told Q magazine: "It happens occasionally. But when I'm finished on Friday, I'm straight home to see my family.

"That's my choice. So we spend less time on a social level. We're still friends, but it's a lot more difficult now.

"It's not the four guys fighting the world. That doesn't exist any more. The opportunity to just sit around the pub and have a pint and talk doesn't happen as often as it should."

I spend a lot of time ferrying children to ballet, swimming and soccer."


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Mensagem por MG em Qui 08 Jan 2009, 2:20 pm

Eu já tinha achado graça quando li a reportagem da Q e claro que os jornais não iam deixar passar isso! )) E também imaginei Larry na cozinha. :lingua:

"Everyone wants different things. So I spend a lot of time in the kitchen. But I enjoy it."

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Mensagem por Andréia Hewson!!! em Qui 08 Jan 2009, 2:34 pm

MG escreveu:Eu já tinha achado graça quando li a reportagem da Q e claro que os jornais não iam deixar passar isso! )) E também imaginei Larry na cozinha. :lingua:

"Everyone wants different things. So I spend a lot of time in the kitchen. But I enjoy it."

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Olha,do jeito q ele fala,bem q eu gostaria de provar um de seus delicisos pratos... :babão: :rollll: :rollll:
Larry mil e uma utilidades....... lol! :rollll:
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Mensagem por NoneTheWiser em Qui 08 Jan 2009, 2:38 pm

Andréia Hewson!!! escreveu:
MG escreveu:Eu já tinha achado graça quando li a reportagem da Q e claro que os jornais não iam deixar passar isso! )) E também imaginei Larry na cozinha. :lingua:

"Everyone wants different things. So I spend a lot of time in the kitchen. But I enjoy it."

)) )) )) ))
Olha,do jeito q ele fala,bem q eu gostaria de provar um de seus delicisos pratos... :babão: :rollll: :rollll:
Larry mil e uma utilidades....... lol! :rollll:
É mesmo!!
Larry tem subido no meu conceito ultimamente... :00:
Sempre quiz me casar com um chef.. hehe ))

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Mensagem por Binha em Qui 08 Jan 2009, 6:29 pm

Que pai dedicado ..
Mas reparem que ele não menciona a Ann em nenhum momento .. MISTÉRIO ..
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Déia, eu me interesso bastante nessa parte de mil e uma utilidades..
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Mensagem por Andréia Hewson!!! em Qua 14 Jan 2009, 4:37 pm

Deconstructing Larry: the creative tension behind U2

Irish Independent, January 14, 2009



On first glance it looked like the multi-million U2 bubble was finally about to burst. UK music magazine Q conducted four separate interviews with Bono, Larry Mullen, Adam Clayton and The Edge for their new issue.

So far so good -- except that when finally given a chance to air his world views at length, drummer Larry unleashed what seemed like a broadside on Bono, his politics and his seemingly non-stop humanitarian campaign work.

Larry is best known as a backroom boy, even though it was he who formed the band all those years ago in Mount Temple School on Dublin's Malahide Road. To begin with, it was his band and they all deferred to him. In fact, they apparently still do, to a certain extent.

Larry is the no-nonsense sticksman who prefers to keep his private life out of the spotlight, is extremely protective of his family and is usually the one to cry halt to the other three when things are getting a little bit out of hand.

Larry rarely gives interviews, with himself and bassist Adam Clayton seemingly happy to leave all that extra work to the loquacious frontman Bono and stoic guitar ace The Edge.

Therefore, it was all the more surprising to read Larry declaring that he believes former British Prime Minister Tony Blair should be tried as a war criminal over the Iraq invasion.

"Then I see him and Bono as pals, and I don't like that," he said. But according to Larry, Bono is well aware of the drummer's political views, which seem to be at the opposite end of the spectrum to his own.

And Larry went on to state how Bono is using his weight as a celebrity at great cost to himself and his family, to help other people.

"I don't think there's much of an upside to it for him, I don't think he chooses where he goes and who he meets. But as an outsider looking in, I cringe."

While the above statement could possibly be interpreted as an implication that Bono is neglecting his family and even the band, according to a close friend of the quartet, who are all now rapidly approaching 50, Larry's words were actually spoken in a tone of admiration for the singer.

Since they first came together over three decades ago, the four members of U2 have always enjoyed robust debates and discussions. They have been known to argue vehemently over music, tours, attitude and direction. Despite the high profile of Bono, they have somehow remained a democracy -- of some kind. And when somebody doesn't like something, they are quick to speak out, without caring about the consequences.

At the time of recording their last album, How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, in their Dublin studios on Hanover Quay, Larry exclaimed in an interview that Bono's constantly having to take off somewhere on his charity work was slowing down their progress in the studio. The only solution for them at the time was to continue to keep on working with the producers until he returned. Which he always did.

The friend said: "The relationship between the four of them is really like a marriage. Sometimes we've expected to see blood and guts on the floor when an argument kicks off at a meeting or in the recording studio.

"But I think that is what keeps them going. They're pulling in four directions all the time and it somehow seems to fuel their creativity, their purpose and their mission."

In the early days of U2, Bono and Larry were actually the closest in the band and used to bunk in together back in the days when sparse finances necessitated cheap twin rooms on the road instead of suites. And insiders believe that in some strange way they possibly still are the closest.

But they hardly ever socialise together now when they're not working. While Bono regularly hits the town with old childhood pals Guggi and Gavin Friday, and occasionally The Edge, Larry prefers to spend time in his retreat in Howth with his family.

While Bono, his wife Ali and pals are photographed every summer with supermodels and Hollywood superstars in the south of France, Larry and his family are never pictured with them. But then neither is Adam Clayton, who reportedly spends a lot of his time abroad with his current girlfriend whenever U2 take a break.

But the ever-so-slightly serious Larry revealed: "When I'm finished on a Friday, I'm straight home to see my family. That's my choice. So we spend less time together on a social level. We're still friends, but it's a lot more difficult now.

"It's not the four guys fighting the world. That doesn't exist anymore. The opportunity to just sit around the pub and have a pint and talk about nothing doesn't happen as often as it should."

And in a way Larry probably does miss the old days when they could pop around to the famous Dockers pub beside the old Windmill Lane studios for a pint, one of their famous sausage sandwiches and a quiet chat, with only the occasional foreign fan dropping in to distract them for an autograph.

"I liked it (back then) because it created a bond that was unshakeable. Because the studio can be a difficult environment to work in, when people get het up and passionate. And when people become passionate they become difficult. So the further away you go from confirming your friendship, the harder it is."

Larry has stubbornly remained the only group member to stay based on their native northside. His house looks out on the beach and he has also quietly bought up nearby properties to safeguard his privacy.

The enigmatic Clayton, who has been teetotal for many years now, lives in the Daneswood mansion in Rathfarnham, while Bono lives in Killiney and The Edge lives in Dalkey.

It sounds like the forthcoming album No Line On The Horizon is the result of much hard work and blood, sweat and tears in the numerous recording studios where it was made.

The first single off the album, Get On Your Boots, will be performed live by the band at the Brit Awards in Earl's Court, London, on February 18. US rock bible Rolling Stone described it as "a blazing fuzzed-out rocker which picks up where Vertigo left off".

The album was initially to be produced by the legendary American knob-twiddler Rick Rubin, the man who turned the late Johnny Cash's career around for the last 10 years of his life.

But the sessions didn't work out quite as expected, and they subsequently called in Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois, who have worked with them since The Unforgettable Fire in 1984. And they are quick not to blame Rubin, who apparently just has a different method of working in the studio than the Dublin supergroup.

Former Roxy Music member Eno and New Orleans legend Lanois were also involved in some of the writing process, and sessions took place in the south of France, Morocco, London and, to a small extent, Dublin. It was initially supposed to be released last November but was put back until the end of February as all concerned felt that they could do better.

But Larry isn't the only one to sometimes get concerned by Bono's extra-curricular activities. Bono revealed: "Edge always says to me, 'You're an artist, remember that. You're not a politician.'

"But if you've looked into the face of a mother whose daughter or son has died for no good reason, they don't know or care who is president of America. It's something that once you're a witness to, you can't get it out of your head and so you don't take s**t on their behalf."

And when asked why the now veteran band don't just go out and play all the old hits, Bono is adamant in his response.

He said: "Chemistry is a very peculiar thing. As you get older, males want to be lords of their own domain.

"They rid the room of argument and miss out on the friction that caused the spark of their genius. The really sad and pathetic thing is me and Edge have two sons around the same age whose names rhyme -- Eli and Levi. God forbid they should ever form a band, Eli and Levi. It's like a bad joke."

But Larry's comments seem to have caused little worry to Bono, who was out partying last Saturday night with his coterie of close friends. They hit Lillie's Bordello, their favourite late- night haunt, and according to onlookers, Bono was in sparkling form and enjoying a few beers, as well as strutting his stuff on the dancefloor for a few numbers.

Larry was probably tucked up in bed at home by then, dreaming bad dreams about Tony Blair and George W Bush, and how to keep the band on the straight and narrow, without any detours and compromises. Good on him!

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Mensagem por Andréia Hewson!!! em Sex 16 Jan 2009, 4:52 pm

In Defense Of Bono

A rock star for post-partisan times

NBC Philadelphia, January 16, 2009

Robert A. George



Ok, I get why I also should be sipping on the hater-ade when it comes to Bono, lead singer of U2, businessman and humanitarian. There's the intentional grandiosity he feels he must always project -- no matter the song or cause; the need to pick up the Concerned Citizen of the World mantle that Bob "Do They Know It's Christmas?" Geldof wasn't even ready to surrender.

And, yes, dang it -- twenty-plus years of those freakin' shades! And then, the act that has unleashed the hordes of the blogosphere on him -- a column in the Sunday New York Times that was meandering and so full of itself that it made Maureen Dowd seem a model of literary restraint. The Times even had to post a correction on Wednesday.

All that said, I'm willing to cut Bono some major slack.

It's partly personal: U2 provided a soundtrack to the bulk of my adult life. The connection was forcefully recharged with All That You Can't Leave Behind. Though released nearly a year before 9/11, the album's songs uncannily spoke to the most shocking event in the nation's domestic history -- particularly for those of us living in New York, dealing with the reality of a smoking pit called Ground Zero: "Beautiful Day," "Stuck In a Moment You Can't Get Out Of," (Hello??) "New York," "Grace," "Elevation." The coincidence was almost supernatural.

But, beyond the personal connection. I forgive Bono because, unlike most celebrities, he's concerned about two things: Making music as passionately as he and the band did from the start -- and making a difference in the world in a more-than-dilettante manner.

He's also a decent human being. The only aspect of the "rock 'n' roll lifestyle" that consumes Bono is the music itself -- whether playing it or talking about it. He's been with the same woman for 33 years -- married to her for 26. He doesn't show up in the tabloids or gossip columns with supermodels, fighting in bars, collapsed out in the streets, strung out on drugs, etc.

For all of the trouble Bono's gotten into for occasionally dropping an F-bomb on live television, a U2 concert is as safe as a Jonas Brothers show for young kids. During the "Vertigo" tour three years ago, I saw them at the New Jersey Meadowlands. A family -- parents in their mid-40s with a teenage daughter -- all looking like they'd had a great time.

He is both harbinger and embodiment of the current political mood. Note that Bono and Barack Obama are the same age. Though one hails from Ireland and the other America-via-exotic back-story, they see the world through similar (sun) lenses: They put a premium on post-partisanship.

Indeed, Bono admits that his trips to the Bush White House didn't exactly go over well with his band-mates -- or others in the entertainment world. But Bono wouldn't pile on with the Bush-bashing. He realized that if he wanted to get the U.S. to support his Africa relief plan -- beyond just individual donations -- he would have to engage American decision-makers. So, he wasn't going to let partisanship get in the way.

Yeah, it's easy to say that Bono's ego is such that he doesn't care who's in the White House -- as long as he gets to hang there and be "cool." Well, maybe so, but how does that explain former Sen. Rick Santorum? One would be hard-pressed to find a less "cool" Republican to hang with. But there was Bono after one of the sessions of the 2004 Republican Convention -- hanging out at Santorum's after-party at the Columbus Club on Manhattan's Upper East Side.

There wasn't a horde of paparazzi either outside or in. He had no entourage with him. He was just chatting with whomever would listen about his DATA (Debt, AIDS, Trade Africa) and ONE organizations. He said he was there because Santorum invited him -- and Republicans are in the majority so I have to talk to them . A couple years earlier, Bono dismayed fans by meeting with the late Jesse Helms -- who pronounced Bono as "genuine" and "well-prepared" in trying to get aid to Africa that would actually get to the people who needed it. This is the sort of common sense you wish every cause-chasing Hollywood-type would follow. With that post-partisan pragmatic approach, Bono sounds like Obama (or, more accurately, Obama sounds like Bono).

Ironically though, Andrew Sullivan who loves and admires Obama's pragmatic sensibility, dismisses Bono for his "opaque" lyrics. Right -- and no one has accused Obama of high-flying rhetoric that appears not to mean anything at first glance?!?! The similarity between singer and politician are pretty strong.

A friend once said, in a rather disapproving tone, that "U2 is the biggest Christian band in the world -- spreading the Word under the radar." Sounds about right. Bono once praised John Paul II "the best front man the Catholic Church ever had." He recognized rock 'n' roll charisma wherever it manifests itself. Bono is basically a "temperamental conservative" who sincerely believes the best way to encourage people into doing good is to convey the joy he finds doing good.

So, Bono wants to inspire others to do the same -- starting with young people and then convincing the "grown-ups." Sound familiar?


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Mensagem por MG em Qua 04 Fev 2009, 4:22 pm

Como americano nem gosta de fazer listas :assov:


Top 20 Most Bizarre Baby Names

#7. Blue Angel
Child Of: The Edge (From U2)
Not one, but two children of U2 band members making the list! Coincidence? We think not! It's telling that Edge could so easily have just left it at "Angel" and given the kid a perfectly normal name. Nope, he's The Edge and dammit, it's important the kid have a weird name that's difficult to explain, and reminds people of those stunt fighter pilots.



#11. Memphis Eve
Child Of: Bono
A pretentious baby name coming from a smug, pretentious man like Bono shouldn't be much of a surprise. The man does call himself Bono, after all. This is also the same person that bought a first-class plane ticket to transport his favorite hat to a concert location. But really, "Memphis Eve?" Does that even make sense? "One more day until Memphis, kids!"


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Mensagem por NoneTheWiser em Qua 04 Fev 2009, 4:23 pm

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Mas tbm.. Blue Angel.. ta mais pra apelido...

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Mensagem por Robson em Qua 04 Fev 2009, 4:25 pm

Esqueceram aquele filho do Bono que tem uns 15 nomes ? Esse também merecia.
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Mensagem por Andréia Hewson!!! em Qua 04 Fev 2009, 4:40 pm

Robson escreveu:Esqueceram aquele filho do Bono que tem uns 15 nomes ? Esse também merecia.

O Elijah...................................... )) )) )) )) )) )) ))
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Mensagem por MG em Sex 06 Fev 2009, 9:19 am

U2's "The Edge" changes name to "Bono"

A spokeman for world topping band U2, has confirmed that the band's lead guitarist "The Edge" (real name David Howell Evans) has today finalised the legal documentation to change his name to "Bono".

The lead signer of the band, "Bono" (real name Paul David Hewson), is said to be dazed and confused that he is no longer "Bono from U2", now simply being "one of the Bonos from U2".

The motivation for the change is not known however lawyers are already trying to identify if this gives new Bono any rights to old Bono's money or awards.

It is believed that the Vatican, who have recognised Bono for a number of humanitarian achievements, are in the process today of recognising new Bono with the same awards.

Both Larry Mullen Jr and Adam Clayton have refused to comment today on speculation that they too are planning to become Bono.

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Mensagem por Beterraba em Sex 06 Fev 2009, 9:23 am

ainda acho que é MRS. Bono
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que medo dessas pessoas
tem tante gente pior que eu no mundo lol
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Mensagem por Zooropa em Sex 06 Fev 2009, 9:26 am

Finalmente vão oficializar a relação! ))
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Mensagem por Andréia Hewson!!! em Sex 06 Fev 2009, 1:49 pm

Zooropa escreveu:Finalmente vão oficializar a relação! ))


Já tava na hora......... :assov: :assov: :00: )) )) )) )) ))
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Mensagem por Beterraba em Sex 06 Fev 2009, 6:00 pm

passou da hora,pq o edge é moço de familia
espero q o bono tenha tido a decencia de ter ido pedir a mão dele auhauha
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Mensagem por Andréia Hewson!!! em Qui 19 Fev 2009, 6:16 pm

Bono: I want to be in Girls Aloud

The Sun, February 19, 2009

Gordon Smart


Rock legend Bono last night wowed the Brit Awards -- and joked that his ambition is to be the sixth member of Best British Single winners Girls Aloud.

Bono, 48, front man with Irish supergroup U2, told The Sun of his secret dream before rehearsals.

The sexy girl band scooped the gong for their hit "The Promise." They performed a raunchy version of the song live, wearing sequined burlesque costumes and surrounded by male dancers in white top hats and tails. The girls -- Cheryl Cole, 25, Nadine Coyle, 23, Sarah Harding, 27, Nicola Roberts, 23, and Kimberley Walsh, 27 -- appeared in striking wedding dresses to receive the award from comedian Alan Carr.

When Bono, who was wearing eyeliner, said he wanted "to be in Girls Aloud," U2 bass player Adam Clayton quipped: "Which one?"

Bono said: "Seriously, I think Girls Aloud are at the cutting edge of pop music. They are a great band and deserve to be centre stage. They have everything a pop band should have -- songs, the look, it's all there."

U2 opened the Brits with a storming performance of their latest single "Get On Your Boots." The veteran band have flogged 140 million albums worldwide -- but Bono was keen to point out that they still feel able to compete with younger bands.

He added: "We see ourselves as contemporaries of bands like Coldplay, Kings of Leon, Interpol -- and even Girls Aloud. We have been doing this a long time but I still get the same nerves about releasing an album as I did in the early days. The difference now is for new bands. They are under so much pressure to release their material for free.

"It's different for us, we have a loyal fan base who buy our records. We can also make money from touring, thanks again to our fans, who go out and buy tickets. The danger in giving music away free is for writers. Where would Cole Porter be now? If you have to give away your work for free and you can't play live, where do you earn the money?"

He added: "It's an interesting time for music. Acts from this side of the pond are doing incredibly well. Tonight is a great example."


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Mensagem por Beterraba em Qui 19 Fev 2009, 6:53 pm

wich one?
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Bono, do U2: 'Fãs adorariam que eu moresse'

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Mensagem por MG em Qua 25 Fev 2009, 1:04 pm

Bono diz que o U2 ainda se sente pressionado quando faz novos discos

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Mensagem por Andréia Hewson!!! em Qua 25 Fev 2009, 2:32 pm

MG escreveu:Bono, do U2: 'Fãs adorariam que eu moresse'

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