I had the pleasure of working on an exciting project with U2 called Films Of Innocence. It featured the work of 11 different artists making visuals from U2's Songs Of Innocence album. Artist include: Oliver Jeffers, Robin Rhode, D*Face, Mode 2, Chloe Early, Ganzeer, Vhils, Maser, ROA, DALeast, and Todd James.
Here's a wild thought: Could Bob Geldof turn out to become one of Africa's worst enemies despite his original masterstroke of giving a platform to ageing rockers, publicity-hungry pop stars and dubious has-been singers to help promote their all-conquering charitable efforts?
The extent of Bono's injuries following his bicycle accident in New York have been revealed, which the U2 frontman is expected
Bono is reportedly “lucky to be alive” after a door fell off his private jet lane while he was in mid-air on Wednesday. SEE
Of course in many ways she is right. Spotify is not run by the artists or record labels. It is an entirely different entity, however the question could be framed in a different way. If artists such as Swift are withdrawing from major streaming services like Spotify then what are they suggesting is the alternative?
Rumours are rife that Sir Bob Geldof is planning a 30th-anniversary celebration of Band Aid. The Sun reports that the Irish
Bono has explained the reasoning behind why he’s always seen sporting sunglasses, even indoors, revealing that he has had
All U2 and Apple needed to do was ask - to invite people to opt in. Then what turned out to be a PR nightmare for Apple could have been a coup. Thanks, U2 fans would have said. The rest of us meanwhile would have nodded in appreciation at the idea, hoping that it would be followed by a similar deal from Megadeath or Michael Buble depending on our tastes.
Bono has apologised on video for the free album stunt with Apple, blaming a combination of 'fear' and 'megalomania'. The
Remember that time Apple gave everyone a free copy of U2's latest album 'Songs of Innocence'? Well It looks like the figures