Before the big arenas, U2 burst on the scene with the stripped-down, passionate “Boy,” just marking 40 years.
These ten rock drummers can always be relied upon to provide a solid foundation for the showier music of their bandmates.
For their fourth album, U2 channeled deeper aspects of both America and their native Ireland. It proved one of their most interesting.
Big Country had one of the most distinctive sounds of the 80s. And they continue to share unreleased music. Guitarist Bruce Watson catches us up.