Column: off the record…, vol. 14-608

Well, that stunk, didn’t it? Okay, the Oscar results stunk. U2’s performance was pretty darn good and the Oscars show itself was pretty good (albeit interminably long, like it always is). But after all the time and effort that U2 put into promoting “Ordinary Love” around Hollywood the past couple months, I’m disappointed for them […]

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U2 Performs, But Doesn’t Win at Oscar Awards

U2 earned a standing ovation at the Oscar Awards Sunday night, but they didn’t earn the coveted trophy for “Ordinary Love” in the Best Original Song category. “Let It Go,” from the Disney film Frozen, won the award — the second time U2 has come up short at the Oscars. (“The Hands That Built America” […]

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@U2 Originals: February 2014

Here at @U2, one of the things we’re most proud of is the original content we provide, created exclusively by our staff. In case you missed any of it in February, the highlights are posted here: In our weekly Off the Record column, Matt McGee shared his thoughts on the new U2 song “Invisible,” while […]

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VIDEO: Amanda Brunker chats to Bono ahead of the Oscars

Bono and Amanda in LA BONO is leading the Irish takeover of Tinseltown ahead of tonight’s Oscars. But the U2 frontman told the Sunday World he expects to be going home empty-handed after the show. Hollywood has gone green for the weekend with a mini-invasion of Paddys descending on Los Angeles. Read onCopyright 2014 U2 […]

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Nelson & Winnie Mandela’s Daughters Will Be on Hand for U2′s Oscars Performance

When U2 performs their Oscar-nominated song, “Ordinary Love,” at the 2014 Academy Awards this Sunday, some very special guests will be in the audience. Deadline reports that Nelson and Winnie Mandela‘s daughters Zindzi and Zenani have accepted an invitation from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences to attend the ceremony. Read onCopyright 2014 […]

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