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Bono could be most sensible referred to as the lead singer of the wildly well known rock band, U2, yet he has additionally spent the decade rocking the corridors of energy. His is a provocative version of management that we must always all learn how to hum. the following, during this short-form publication, is how Bono went from wearing a music to shouldering a humanitarian burden - besides classes for each chief.
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Adam Clayton actually had to sell a bass guitar to get the money they needed to get back home. At that moment of shame, the band had no way of knowing that their red faces would soon be replaced with ear-to-ear grins. When they returned to Ireland, their soon-to-be hit single, “Another Day,” started to fill the airwaves. In February 1980, U2 performed for 1,000 people at the National Stadium in Dublin, its biggest audience ever. Never mind that the stadium could hold twice that number. As Bono deftly put it, the concert was “not sold out but .
Kennedy Stadium in Philadelphia and Wembley Stadium in London. Live Aid blew the roof off charitable fund raisers in July 1985, less than six months after Rolling Stone magazine had dubbed U2 the band of the 1980s. The band - or rather Bono - did its (his) part to make the concert an event that the Wembley audience and those watching on television would long remember. U2 planned to play three songs in its scheduled fifteen-minute appearance. But shortly after his bland introduction of the second number, a song called “Bad,” Bono suddenly sprang to life.
A colicky baby who grew into a difficult child, his antics earned him the nickname Antichrist. What on earth could a small boy do to earn such a sobriquet? Well, among other shenanigans, he got booted from grammar school after flinging dog waste at his teacher. Bono’s energy wasn’t entirely devoted to destructive purposes, however. He was such a skilled chess player by the time he was twelve that he entered an international competition. He was also a talented artist and keenly interested in music.