U2 performed “I’ll Go Crazy If I Don’t Go Crazy Tonight” third night of their weeklong residency at the Late Show with David Letterman.
U2 performed “Manificent” on the second night of their week-long performance engagement on the Late Show with David Letterman. The legendary rock band is the first musical act ever to take the stage on the program for a solid week. U2’s new album, No Line On The Horizon, is available now.
Morning, PopCrunchers! In case you’ve forgotten, in honor of today’s relase of their new album No Line on the Horizon, U2 will be performing on the Late Show with David Letterman every night this week. The boys kicked off a week of live sets on Letterman with a rendition of their single “Breathe.”
U2 will appear in their first-ever live morning television show performance next month. ABC’s Good Morning America will host the band’s live performance Friday, March 6. The performance will coincide with the release of U2’s highly-anticipated twelfth studio album, No Line On The Horizon, dropping March 3.