The Los Angeles rock quartet Carney recently came by the Rolling Stone office to perform three of their songs – "Testify," "Love Me, Chase Me" and "Tomorrow's Another Day" – and a rather daring acoustic cover of Queen's epic "Bohemian Rhapsody." After the set, they explained how the full band came to be involved with Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark after singer Reeve Carney was cast as Peter Parker, and what it's like to work directly with Bono and the Edge on the musical's songs.
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Los Angeles band cover Queen and discuss working with Bono and the Edge on Broadway musical
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