This Day In U2 History

April 22

World Events

  • Brad Hood, a member of the team, was born! Happy birthday!

U2 History on this Day

  • The band take a short break from their American tour to head to Compass Rose Studios in Nassau, Bahamas, to record their next single, “Fire.” (1981)
  • On a chart dated April 22, “When Love Comes to Town” peaks on the Official UK Charts at #6. (1989)

U2 Single Releases on This Day

All Releases Containing U2 on This Day

U2 Shows on This Day

  • Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA, USA (1985) [U2]
  • Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena , Los Angeles, CA, USA (1987) [U2]
  • Unknown Venue, London, England (1999) [Bono and The Edge]

    Bono and The Edge appear on BBC2 on a program about Salman Rushdie, and they perform “The Ground Beneath Her Feet.”

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