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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Paul Mcguinness
In the beginning there was Bono. And what a baby face he had.
In the beginning there was Bono. And what a baby face he had. Photographs documenting the gritty beginnings of U2 in the smoky pubs and clubs of 1970s Dublin are being unveiled Thursday at an exhibition in the band's home city.
The 2009 swing of U2's ongoing 360-degrees World Tour was the biggest financial earner of the year, grossing more than $300 million _ but U2 manager Paul McGuinness says the colossal show struggles to break even because it costs $750,000 daily to keep on the road.
Afterward, he said, Bono confronted The Stranglers in their dressing room about the shoddy treatment.