U2‘s massive Stadium invasion of the US starts tonight at Chicago’s Soldier Field , day one of their 360 tour. Soldier Field doors are open at five then it’s just a couple of hours till Snow Patrol at 7, with the main attraction expected on stage at 8.30. The Irish Superstars are bringing along their very own custom designed rotating stage extravaganza lovingly named “The Claw” . English mega trio Muse and US group Black Eyed Peas are also scheduled to support the band during parts of the US leg of their world tour.
David Gray’s seventh album “Life in Slow Motion” climbed all the way into the top 20 of Billboard’s 200 chart back in 2005. David told Billboard that he decided to try something different on his new and soon to be released record “Draw the Line”
“I knew I was gonna change things even as far back as making ‘Life in Slow Motion,’ ” the British singer-songwriter explained. “I could feel the creative spark was sort of diminishing between the people who were involved, and it was maybe going to be time to move on and try to do something different. So that’s basically what I set about doing in a whole manner of different ways, just reconnecting with music and building a new band and a new sound.”
The album “Draw The Line” is due out Sept. 22 and includes guest vocals from Jolie Holland and Annie Lennox.
Gray’s North America tour is scheduled to begin on October 23 in Boston and swing west through the continent before finishing up on November 9 in Los Angeles.
Here’s a look at the official video for Fugitive from the September 2009 release, Draw The Line – Polydor/Mercer Street Records
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