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@U2 Originals: April 2017
May 04, 2017
In the latest edition of @U2 Originals, discover what it's like to be a U2 fan in India or how it feels to teach the band's work as a class. Hear three podcasts, continue celebrating the anniversaries of The Joshua Tree and Pop, and more. Read our entire collection of original April content here:
Continuing our coverage celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Joshua Tree, we produced the following features:
Note: We're still accepting submissions for the Joshua Tree Journeys series. Details here.
Many fans are also excited about the 20th anniversary of Pop. In recognition of that:
In addition, the @U2 Podcast featured these episodes:
Brian Betteridge continued our U2 Lists series, with his, "10 Great PopMart Shows."
Tassoula E. Kokkoris traveled to Canada for a U2-themed dinner and wrote about it in "Feast of Fellowship in the Spirit of U2."
Matt McGee wrote the month's only OTR column, focusing on U2's collaboration with Kendrick Lamar and the speculation about an upcoming concert in South America.
New staffer David Whitt gave readers a peek into the world of Teaching U2.
Reader Chirag Malkani shared what it's like to be a U2 fan in India.
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