U2 Cancels Week-Long Appearance On The Tonight Show Due To Singer’s Injury



Fortunately or sadly, depending from your general attitude towards U2, the Irish band will not be able to do a week-long residency as Jimmy Fallon’s house band on The Tonight Show, as was announced earlier.

This came after the news of an injury that Bono, the frontman of U2, sustained while biking in Central Park.

The singer fell and injured his arm, requiring surgery, and will not be able to perform. The series of performances on The Tonight Show were supposed to be part of the promotional events of the band’s new album, Songs of Innocence.

This happened just days after the singer was involved in an accident in his private plane, which ended in an emergency landing.

This weekend Bono recorded the Band Aid 30 anniversary single Do They Know It’s Christmas, which deals with the outbreak of Ebola. Bono sang the part he usually sings, only with the lyrics rewritten to match the subject of the song.

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