The recording of “We Are The World” was one of the biggest 80s charity music events. And it was a little more than crazy.
They started as sock hops then morphed into legendary arena shows. The new book, “Rock Concert,” traces the rise of a cultural touchstone.
Whether we were camped out watching MTV or some of the darker cartoons or miniseries, 80s TV had a darker subtext as this new book shows.
For their fourth album, U2 channeled deeper aspects of both America and their native Ireland. It proved one of their most interesting.