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U2's Bono says he may never play guitar again

 Bono, the frontman of the Irish rock group U2 who was injured in a cycling accident last year, said on Friday his recovery has not been easy and he may never play guitar again.

Bono spotted with armcast post bicycle accident

Rock band U2 frontman Bono, who is recovering from injuries post a bicycle accident last month, was spotted with a cast in his left arm for the first time, while heading for a party on Christmas Eve.

Relieved that everyone is safe: Bono on mid-air scare
Relieved that everyone is safe: Bono on mid-air scare

UZ frontman Bono has revealed that he is relieved that none of those in the plane was hurt after the rear door of the aircraft fell off.

Bono involved in mid-air drama on flight
Bono involved in mid-air drama on flight

U2 star Bono was involved in a mid-air drama on a flight from Dublin, Ireland to Berlin, Germany, when the rear door of a private jet he was a passenger on fell off.

U2 to perform at MTV EMAs
U2 to perform at MTV EMAs

U2 have been confirmed as an additional act to perform at the MTV EMAs in Glasgow alongside Ariana Grande and Ed Sheeran.

Tech start-ups are the new rock bands: Bono

U2 frontman Bono described start-ups as the new rock bands and defended streaming service Spotify from recent criticism at an internet event in Ireland on Thursday.

Bono apologises over unwanted downloads of U2 new album
Bono apologises over unwanted downloads of U2 new album

U2 frontman Bono has issued an apology to iTunes users over the release of their recent album Songs of Innocence.

Bill Murray sang with Bono at George Clooney's wedding

'Ghostbusters' actor Bill Murray reportedly teamed up with U2 frontman Bono to sing at George Clooney's wedding last month.

U2 unveils official cover art of new album
U2 unveils official cover art of new album

Irish rockers U2 unveiled the official cover art of new album, 'Songs of Innocence'.

U2 denies teaming up with Apple to release new album
U2 denies teaming up with Apple to release new album

 

Los Angeles: Irish band U2 has denied reports that they have partnered with Apple to release their new album on the iPhone 6.