How U2’s ‘Joshua Tree’ inspires fans ahead of Rose Bowl concerts – Orange County Register

There’s no question that U2‘s “The Joshua Tree” album changed everything for the Irish band.

Recorded 30 years ago in Dublin, the band’s fifth album was released in March 1987, and it catapulted Bono, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr. and Adam Clayton into rock royalty, winning the band its first two Grammys.

In celebration of the three decades since the release of that seminal album, U2 is coming to the Rose Bowl on May 20-21 as part of a tour in which the band will perform the album in its entirety.

Consisting of songs that touch on spirituality, social issues and politics while celebrating the roots of the music the band loved, “The Joshua Tree” wasn’t just a life-changing album for U2, it also had a profound effect on many fans.

For some, the record represents a family bonding experience that brought generations together; for others the album defines the moment they came…

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