U2 R1

It's 30 years since 14 year old Larry Mullen Jr posted a notice on his school bulletin board seeking musicians for a new band.

From those modest beginnings, U2 have grown to become one of the most enduring and popular rock acts in the world.

In an exclusive Radio 1 interview, Bono reveals the secrets of their success, and chats about the past, present and future.

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20061225

It's 30 years since 14 year old Larry Mullen Jr posted a notice on his school bulletin board seeking musicians for a new band.

From those modest beginnings, U2 have grown to become one of the most enduring and popular rock acts in the world.

In an exclusive Radio 1 interview, Bono reveals the secrets of their success, and chats about the past, present and future.

20061225

It's 30 years since 14 year old Larry Mullen Jr posted a notice on his school bulletin board seeking musicians for a new band. From those modest beginnings, U2 have grown to become one of the most enduring and popular rock acts in the world. In an exclusive Radio 1 interview, Bono reveals the secrets of their success, and chats about the past, present and future.

It's 30 years since 14 year old Larry Mullen Jr posted a notice on his school bulletin board seeking musicians for a new band.

From those modest beginnings, U2 have grown to become one of the most enduring and popular rock acts in the world.

In an exclusive Radio 1 interview, Bono reveals the secrets of their success, and chats about the past, present and future.

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An interview with Bono.