With news that J.J. Abrams is developing a a scripted series based on U2 for Netflix, Jeromme Graham shares four things he’s like to see as part of it.
A brief appreciation of U2: Rattle and Hum, which turned 30 years old this weekend, and presented the band on tour supporting The Joshua Tree.
Not counting last year’s “Ordinary Love” from the Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom film and this year’s “Invisible” for Product Red, it’s been five years since we last heard from … Continue reading A Rock ‘N’ Roll Crucible: U2–Songs Of Innocence (2014) Reviewed
I tend to believe that the way you respond to a concert DVD should directly correlate to how you felt about the actual concert, should you have attended said experience. … Continue reading U2HD: Andy Burns On The New U2 360 DVD/Blu-Ray
Believe me when I tell you that, with no exaggeration, seeing U2 in 1992 changed my life. As someone who has gone to hundreds of concerts over 20 years, catching … Continue reading The Third Greatest Rock Band Ever: Andy Burns on U2 at Rogers Centre
Is there a worse discovery than when you come to the conclusion that something you loved as a child just doesn’t hold up once you’ve reached adulthood? Be honest with … Continue reading Memories Are Made Of This: Andy B revisits U2 – Under A Blood Red Sky