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U2 Hangs With Dave

12:01 AM Friday 2/13/09 | |

The Mar. 3 release of U2’s latest, No Line On The Horizon, will get an unprecedented round of promotion when the band spends a week on “Late Show With David Letterman” Mar. 2-6.

  • U2 in DC

    Bono and The Edge perform during "We Are One: Opening Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial" in Washington.
    January 18, 2009

    (AP Photo)

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This is the first time Letterman has booked a musical guest for that long and U2’s first “Late Show” appearance since 2001.

But Letterman’s move isn’t just a boon for U2.

“Saturday Night Live” alum Jimmy Fallon takes over Conan O’Brien’s talk show slot on NBC Mar. 2 with The Roots as house band.


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