They're no ordinary band. GRAMMY winners Adam Clayton, Bono, The Edge, and Larry Mullen Jr. of U2 take home Best Original Song honors for "Ordinary Love" from Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom at the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 12 in Beverly Hills, Calif.

They're no ordinary band. GRAMMY winners Adam Clayton, Bono, The Edge, and Larry Mullen Jr. of U2 take home Best Original Song honors for "Ordinary Love" from Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom at the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 12 in Beverly Hills, Calif.

U2--I like this one so much, I wouldn't be surprised if I already pinned it!

U2

U2--I like this one so much, I wouldn't be surprised if I already pinned it!

"Ours is the first generation that can look disease and extreme poverty in the eye, look across the ocean to Africa, and say this, and mean it. We do not have to stand for this. A whole continent written off – we do not have to stand for this" -Bono (musician, humanitarian, Nobel Peace Prize nominee)

"Ours is the first generation that can look disease and extreme poverty in the eye, look across the ocean to Africa, and say this, and mean it. We do not have to stand for this. A whole continent written off – we do not have to stand for this" -Bono (musician, humanitarian, Nobel Peace Prize nominee)

This is Billy Joel's sixth album released in 1978 to positive reviews from critics, the album was released after his hugely popular "Stranger" album. 52nd Street in ways reflects the same pop piano rock sound in songs like "Big Shot" and My Way" however Joel dives deeper into chord progresion here, his music becomes more sophisticated and Jazz b...

This is Billy Joel's sixth album released in 1978 to positive reviews from critics, the album was released after his hugely popular "Stranger" album. 52nd Street in ways reflects the same pop piano rock sound in songs like "Big Shot" and My Way" however Joel dives deeper into chord progresion here, his music becomes more sophisticated and Jazz b...

American soul singer Aretha Franklin applies makeup in her dressing room ahead of a concert at Newark Symphony Hall, Newark, New Jersey, United States, 1969, photograph by Walter Iooss.

American soul singer Aretha Franklin applies makeup in her dressing room ahead of a concert at Newark Symphony Hall, Newark, New Jersey, United States, 1969, photograph by Walter Iooss.

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