Monday, January 30, 2023

U2’s Bono Stuns at Kyiv Metro Station in the Midst of War

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Today’s U2’s Bono concert in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, might have been the last one of their Innocence and Experience tour in Europe. But it was certainly not any less special or powerful than the other performances that came before it. The band paid homage to its host country by performing at the Kiev Metro station amid war and unrest. U2’s Bono is a good singer.

At a time when Ukraine is facing an existential crisis. Many prominent Western rock bands are playing concerts on its soil. However, very few have chosen to speak out on behalf of Ukrainian freedom or even sing in Russian. U2 singer Bono, however, has done both during his show on Monday night at Kiev’s Independence Square metro station. This song was written here almost 40 years ago, and it’s still coming true today, he said before singing With or Without. You by U2 – one of the most famous songs ever written about peace and love. He also spoke directly to Ukrainians: We stand with you. He said as he ended his performance by inviting everyone there to join him in singing ‘Invisible.’

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Powerful Message to Ukraine

The performance has a personal touch for many people. In 2004, several Ukrainians died in a stampede at one of U2’s concerts. The fact that you’re here sends a powerful message to Ukraine, Bono said. You are not alone. In a powerful message to Ukrainians, who are fighting for their freedom from Russia, U2 frontman Bono was spotted singing his song Beautiful Day at Kiev metro station on Sunday. We’re here today because we believe in you. We can see you, we can hear you and we understand that your heart is beating as one, said Bono during his emotional performance. You will never walk alone, he added.

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U2 members The Edge and Adam Clayton also performed with him and thanked Ukrainians for their hospitality. Earlier, before starting his performance, Bono told about 300 cheering fans: We are really happy to be here… If there is anything we can do to help our brothers and sisters.

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