Lyle’s Favorite Band – U2

I remember when I had hair like Lyle in this photo. Natalie wondered how “BALD” Lyle would be today. Not sure. But, we can sure reminisce about how much hair we had “back in the day.”

One of the features here at The Edge of the Inside is a weekly video in the right sidebar. This month I have been featuring one of Lyle’s favorite bands – if not his favorite – U2.

In October of 2009 we went to the U2 360 Tour. I imagine Lyle would have enjoyed it, even the Black Eyed Peas. I recall Lyle getting a copy of U2’s Vertigo Tour. Here is a post from Lyle after watching U2.


U2 a religious experience?

I have enjoyed listening to U2 for as long as I can remember. I guess I am a little late in buying into the idea that their music is some form of worship. I watched a free concert of sorts a few months ago, it was entertaining, sort of in a documentary fashion. Read More

Speaking of Non-Violent Revolution

U2 prods others to consider peaceful, non-violent resistance in the face of injustices. Last night they mentioned Iran and Burma.

What are your thoughts on the subject? Have you seen U2’s recent 360 Tour? Thoughts? Impressions?

U2 on the SBC

Despite the motion made at the Annual SBC meeting in Louisville, here is a U2 message for the last day of the meeting. Those of you who look in on us from the outside may or may not get the connection. We have a history if divisiveness that eventually gives way to the realization we must cooperate for aims much higher than our own agendas. Sometimes we pull this off. Other times not so much. This really is the human condition. And, we are just humans.