Bono on 60 Min
For all those loyal U2 fans, be sure to check this out on Sunday:
The members of the Irish rock band U2 have always believed that their group was about something more than making records and playing concerts. The themes of their music -- often about social injustice, ranging from the American Civil Rights movement to genocide in Bosnia -- have helped them sell over 130 million albums around the world and gross nearly a billion dollars on the concert trail. And offstage, their lead singer, Bono is equally impressive. His political activism -- working to help erase third world debt and supplying Africa with AIDS drugs -- has made him a political force. Ed Bradley takes a closer look at U2 and the double life of their lead singer on 60 Minutes, Sunday, Nov. 20, 7PM et/PT on CBS.
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