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U2 fans can now dive into the supergroups secrets by visiting the exhibition “U2 Made in Dublin” in the Irish capital’s Little Museum of Dublin, writes Norwegian VG newspaper.
Achtung Baby, released in 1991.
Here visitors can see non-previously published photos of the band’s frontman Bono and U2, peek at the Trabant car used on the cover image for the album Achtung Baby, listen to rare bands releases and see a human-size statue of Bono.
Bono (54), whose real name is Paul David Hewson, has of course visited the exhibition in his hometown. He arrived unannounced and without any entourage like rock stars and celebrities often surround themselves with. And, he was actually not recognized when he entered the museum and walked around the premises.
Also band member David Howell Evans (53), better known as The Edge, have been visiting. He also came unannounced, nor he was recognized by museum staff or visitors.
His visit was first discovered when they discovered his name in the museum guestbook.
U2 was formed in Dublin in 1976.
See also an earlier blog post about Little Museum of Dublin: http://hovedsteder.blogg.no/1390250027_20012014.html
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