Bono's ONE Campaign is revisiting classic political songs as the the G8 summit is taking place this weekend in Northern Ireland. The U2 frontman got together with his band to play one of their classics, "Sunday Bloody Sunday" on a New York City rooftop and dedicated it to those in conflict zones around the world. Making the performance even more special and unique is the fact that Adam Clayton plays a keyboard instead of his usual bass guitar.
Published on Jun 13, 2013
Watch U2 and other great artists perform at http://www.one.org/protestsongs.
Watch U2 perform their classic protest song "Sunday Bloody Sunday." Larry Mullen, Jr. has said that the song is less about the specific event, Bloody Sunday, and more about the need to continue to combat violence and hatred all over the world.
Check out more videos like this at The One Campaign's YouTube Page.