With a new U2 album and tour
potentially on the horizon, Bono has been on the road recently. Last month, he took to the stage at a party outside Coachella
and paid homage to Frank Sinatra in Las Vegas
and he's at it again this month.
This past Monday, Bono appeared at the Robin Hood Foundation's 25th anniversary gala
at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City alongside Mary J. Blige. They performed just two songs, beginning (unexpectedly) with Moment of Surrender and ending with One, a song the duo has performed together a handful of times dating back to the Vertigo Tour.
The videos of each song can be found below, and to summarize, Bono appears to be fine form vocally. The backing house band supported Bono and Blige on both songs, with Bono playing an acoustic guitar during One. One was expected, but as for Moment of Surrender, it was the first performance of the song by a member of U2 since the 360 Tour's final concert in 2011, so it's nice to see that it hasn't been forgotten about. It will be interesting to see if it remains in the setlist when U2 hits the road once again.