- 18 Apr 11
Band were joined by Muse drummer and bizarrely- footballer Ronaldo!
Never the predictable sort, Bono and his U2 bandmates celebrated the end of the South American leg of their mammoth 360° Tour at the Morumbi Stadium, Sao Paolo in Brazil over the weekend by popping into a nearby watering hole, Bar Serato for a bit of a sing-song. There and joined by Muse drummer Dom Howard (who were supporting the Irish boys on these South American dates) and footballing legend Ronaldo, Bono gave a spirited rendition of Talking Heads 'Psycho Killer' before the Edge tried his hand at both 'Miss You' and 'Satisfaction' by the Rolling Stones. The 360° Tour was just last week named the highest grossing tour of all time and the boys still have 25 dates of a North American leg to complete before it all wraps up on July 30 in Moncton, Canada.
Check out the rather blurry YouTube evidence below.