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“Innocence is more powerful than experience." — Bono

U2 Set List: Nashville, July 2, 2011


The U2 360 tour rolled into Nashville Saturday night for the band's first concert in that city since Dec. 2, 1981 -- a fact that Bono mentioned while introducing the band on stage. And they were treated to a couple memorable moments. The first came at the end of "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," when Bono began to sing "The Wanderer" -- a song that's never been sung before in front of a live audience. (U2 performed it once before in an empty arena for a TV special about Johnny Cash.) The Edge quietly played guitar underneath Bono's vocals as he sang a couple verses.

A more remarkable moment happened after the show was over. While the band was on stage waving goodbye, Bono brought a blind fan up from the crowd and they decided to do an impromptu version of "All I Want Is You." The fan played Bono's Gretsch "Irish Falcon" guitar as Bono sang the song, and the rest of the band eventually joined in, too. At the end of the song, Bono even let the guy keep the guitar!

You can catch the full U2 360 Nashville set list on U2tours.com. If you were at the show, be sure to post your photos and/or review, too.

UPDATE: An hour after the show, and there's already video of "All I Want Is You" on YouTube. Enjoy!

UPDATE #2: And here's video of "I Still Haven't Found..." with the "Wanderer" snippet at the end.