Half of U2 served as the finale at the A Decade of Difference concert at the L.A. Hollywood Bowl as requested by Bill Clinton himself. It was a night full of wonderful music and celebration that served to remember all of the good work that Bill Clinton has done post presidency.
A Decade of Difference celebrated a 10 year anniversary for the William J Clinton Foundation and also was a belated 65th birthday party for the former president. The Foundation is known for taking initiatives such as combating climate change, promoting economic opportunity, fighting childhood obesity, HIV/AIDS and Malaria, promoting sustainable development in Africa. Listen to the set by Bono and The Edge below.
The entertainment for the night comprised of Lady Gaga, Usher, Kenny Chesney, Stevie Wonder and half of U2. Bono got his chance to sing his own version of Happy Birthday to Mr. President. Usher even accidentally ripped his pants on stage in front of the former president, but was able to continue his set nonetheless.
Bono and The Edge’s Set:
“I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For”
“A Man And A Woman”
“Sunday Bloody Sunday”
“Staring At The Sun”
“Happy Birthday” to Bill Clinton