Bono and the Edge topped an all-star bill at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday night that celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the William J. Clinton Foundation. After brief sets by Usher, Stevie Wonder, Kenny Chesney and Lady Gaga, Bono and the Edge wrapped up the night with a 40-minute, seven-song set that mixed hits with surprise rarities. They opened with 1980s classics "Desire" and "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," before firing up the Edge's laptop for the first ever live performance of 2004's "A Man And A Woman." After a special version of "Sunday Bloody Sunday" that they played to honor Clinton's work with the Irish peace process, they brought out a string section to finish out the set with "Staring at the Sun," "One" and "Miss Sarajevo," which featured the Edge on piano.
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