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October 14, 2014 The U2 singer discusses the unconventional release of his band's new album, Songs Of Innocence.
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August 9, 2010 If you've ever seen the infamous video of David Bowie's Christmastime duet with Bing Crosby, then you know musicians are capable of the most imaginative (and baffling) collaborations. On this edition of All Songs Considered we look at odd pairings, some brilliant, and some just so very, very wrong.
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April 7, 2005 NPR's Farai Chideya reports on the effort of U2 frontman Bono to work with celebrities, religous and secular leaders to try to end AIDS and poverty in Africa.
February 24, 2004 Rock group U2 frontman, singer and songwriter Bono and film director Jim Sheridan talk about working together and the song "Time Enough for Tears" from the soundtrack to Sheridan's Oscar-nominated film, In America. Listen to an extended version of their interview with NPR's Alex Chadwick, and hear a sample of the tune.
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September 26, 2000 NPR's Julie McCarthy reports from Prague on the opening of The World Bank and International Monetary Fund annual meetings. To counter the expected protests, the World Bank is trying emphasize that they are listening to pleas for social justice...and they're doing that with Bono...the lead singer of the Irish rock band, U2.
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