How U2’s expertise is altering live shows for the higher

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Media captionAdam Clayton exhibits us round (and thru) U2’s 30-metre lengthy “barricage”.

“The 2 issues you’ll be able to’t have up listed below are vertigo and a necessity for stability.”

U2 bassist Adam Clayton is giving me a tour of “the barricage”, a 29-metre lengthy, double-sided LCD display screen that the band climb inside of each evening of their Expertise and Innocence tour.

The walkway spans all the size of…



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