Australlia Closer

New York: Today in Australia, Richard Wilkins mentioned that he will be announcing tour news about one of the hottest bands on the planet on Monday.

U2 is kicking off its tour in Berlin

The multi-millionaire front man was mocked after he claimed celebrating the EU is "transgressor" and "a radical act".

The bizarre gesture is intended as a statement of support for Brussels in the wake of Brexit and Eurosceptic movements around the continent. Bono, who is known for his political activism and charity work, revealed his plans in an article for German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. He wrote, "I'm told a rock band is at its best when it’s a little transgressive: when it pushes the bounds of so-called good taste, when it shocks, when it surprises "Well, U2 is kicking off its tour in Berlin this week, and we’ve just had one of our more provocative ideas: during the show we’re going to wave a big, bright, blue EU flag."

Tulsa without Streets

When the tour begins in Tulsa tomorrow, they will break a streak that has run 28 years, 5 months and 14 days. There will not be a performance of “Where the Streets Have No Name.” could it be true ?

David Kavanagh Passes Away

U2’s first booking agent David Kavanagh, who went on to manage Clannad and Celtic Woman to global success, has died at the age of 62.

Mr. Kavanagh died at the Blackrock Clinic on Friday morning after a long illness. He had been diagnosed with cancer in 2009.

Mr. Kavanagh started out as the entertainment officer at UCD in 1975 and his Road Runner Agency represented U2, The Boomtown Rats, Christy Moore, Planxty and Thin Lizzy.

He had further success after setting up the Celtic Heartbeat label in 1993 with U2 manager Paul McGuinness.