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Old 11-22-2005, 11:40 AM   #16
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Ah, righto. Another edit to the list then (along with two others I remembered from JT):

Boy Tour: Busta Jones (?)
October Tour: Mike Peters
War Tour: The Alarm, Jim Kerr
The Unforgettable Fire Tour: Red Rockers
The Joshua Tree Tour: Maria McKee, Bruce Springsteen, Chrissie Hynde (?), BB King, Lou Reed, New Voices Of Freedom Gospel Choir, Bob Dylan
Lovetown: Depending on your perspective, BB King and his band
ZooTV: Bjorn and Benny from Abba, Daniel Lanois, Axl Rose, Lou Reed
Popmart: Fun Lovin' Criminals, Brian Eno, Monkees singer guy
Elevation: Gwen Stefani
Vertigo: Eddie Vedder, Mary J. Blige, Bruce Springsteen, Patti Smith, Exit, Menew, The Bankrobbers, Daniel Lanois, Brandon Flowers

Maria Mckee played People Get Ready with U2 on the Lovetown tour during the Dublin run.

Bob Dylan did play Knockin On Heavens Door with U2 during the LA stint of the first leg of the Joshua Tree tour.
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Old 11-22-2005, 12:12 PM   #18
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What did Axl Rose play with U2?
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What did Axl Rose play with U2?
I'm pretty sure Knocking on heavens door...in Vienna?...
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who cares about this. what i want to know is which tour has had the most girls on stage with bono
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who cares about this. what i want to know is which tour has had the most girls been on stage with bono
Thats easy...just think of the South American leg for PopMart!
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Old 11-22-2005, 01:43 PM   #22
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OK, the list as it stands now:


ZooTV: ...Axl Rose

Marty, did Lou Reed ever actually come on stage on ZooTV? I thought it was just the pre-recorded Satellite Of Love.

WTF? What did Axl sing?

I think Lou Reed was at the Yankee Stadium show I was at. Front row baby!
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Old 11-22-2005, 02:34 PM   #23
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Didn't Lou Reed come on stage for Satellite Of Love each night that the Velvet Underground opened for U2 on the Zooropa tour?
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Old 11-22-2005, 02:39 PM   #24
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When did this happen?
To my knowledge Bob Dylan has never appeared onstage with U2...
I saw Dylan onstage with U2 doing I Shall Be Released on the Amnesty International tour in 1986 at the Forum in Inglewood, CA. All the performers from that night came onstage with U2, so you can add a lot of names from that short tour.

People onstage with U2 on the night I saw them included Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Sting, Peter Gabriel, Joan Baez, the Neville Brothers, Jackson Browne, Bob Geldof, Dave Stewart, Lou Reed, Bryan Adams, Don Henley and others.
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Axver, you can add Daniel Lanois to Elevation, as he came onstage in East Rutherford for the live premiere of Wild Honey. Also add Patti Scialfa to the Vertigo list.

This is a stretch, but Naomi Campbell released at least 1 album, so she can be considered a recording artist. She joined U2 onstage in Dublin in 1993, though she only used the handicam and did not perform in a musical way.
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I was going to say Dave Stewart, but now that Ive read all the comments Im not sure if there was anything other than the 9/11 version of Walk On and at the end of Amnesty show. Does anybody know if he was on stage with them at any other time??

also the Police as a band were on stage with them at least once when they did the handing over of the guitars symbolic passing of the torch. Not sure which show that was, but I think it was Amnesty tour as well.

SO I guess, Ive added nothing...good topic
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I though Public Enemy opened for them or was on the Zoo tour at some point

I like the guest on this tour the best.
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Old 11-22-2005, 04:53 PM   #28
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List update. I've only included proper recording artists who have actually performed, not just walked on stage. I don't think we should count the Amnesty International Tour as that was more featuring U2 rather than being a U2 tour.

Boy Tour: Busta Jones (?)
October Tour: Mike Peters
War Tour: The Alarm, Jim Kerr
The Unforgettable Fire Tour: Red Rockers
The Joshua Tree Tour: Maria McKee, Bruce Springsteen, Chrissie Hynde (?), BB King, Lou Reed, New Voices Of Freedom Gospel Choir, Bob Dylan
Lovetown: Maria McKee, and depending on your perspective, BB King and his band
ZooTV: Bjorn and Benny from Abba, Daniel Lanois, Axl Rose, Lou Reed
Popmart: Fun Lovin' Criminals, Brian Eno, Davy Jones
Elevation: Gwen Stefani, Daniel Lanois
Vertigo: Eddie Vedder, Mary J. Blige, Bruce Springsteen, Patti Scialfa, Patti Smith, Exit, Menew, The Bankrobbers, Daniel Lanois, Brandon Flowers

Do we count Terry Lawless and Stuart Morgan (Adam's bass tech)?
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Axver, where in NZ do you live?? I was there two years ago, what an awesome place!!! I hope you get to see them in Auckland. Are they playing at the big rugby stadium there?
Unfortunately, I don't live in New Zealand any more. I've lived in the Australian state of Queensland for the last eight years. I'm originally from a small town just north of Wellington. I'm definitely going to be travelling to Auckland, it's been my dream to see U2 in New Zealand - I honestly never thought they'd visit the country again. They aren't playing at the rugby union stadium, Eden Park; they're playing at Ericsson Stadium, which is where Auckland's rugby league team plays.

I hope you went to the South Island when in NZ - the scenery there is so amazingly beautiful.

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I though Public Enemy opened for them or was on the Zoo tour at some point
I don't think Public Enemy ever actually joined U2 on stage though, they just opened some ZooTV concerts.
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Was there a string section at Vertigo Milan?

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