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July 29, 2011

The Religious Experience of Rock n' Roll

I have been following closely this latest tour by the legendary Irish band U2. Like many of you, I’m sure, I grew up on their music and it has had a profound impact on the music that I listen to today. The lead singer Bono is considered one of the greatest lyricists and singers of the past 30 plus years. So in commemoration of their final 360 tour stop in Moncton, Canada (which I will be attending :D ) I’d like to recommend to all of you this book called Walk On: The Spiritual Journey of U2.   This title seems appropriate since the U2 band has been consistently considered to be a very spiritual band and in the 80s it was said that to be a U2 fan was to be religious. This is most notable in their 87’ album The Joshua Tree with their opening song Where the Streets Have No Name. I hope you check out both their music and the book! Enjoy :)