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Tuesday, May 12th, 2015 | Posted by

U2 Appear as Street Performers in New York

U2U2 have recently decided to give their fans a bit of a shock by performing as street performers, or buskers, live at the Grand Central Station in New York.

According to various media outlets, the jam session was a part of Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” special, aired on May 8 and previously recorded four days earlier, on May 4.

The band was initially scheduled to perform a week-long residency at the show, but were forced to cancel due to frontman Bono’s heavy injuries caused by a biking accident.

As reported, the vocalist sustained major injuries after crashing with his bike, and will likely never be able to play guitar again. Based on the latest update, he is still not able to move two of his fingers.

But beck to the busking session, the boys were in very good shape and delivered a lean and mean set for the super surprised passengers who instantly gathered to see superstars busking in front of a small crowd instead on a massive stage in front of tens of thousands of rabid fans.

Speaking of which, U2 are on fire with their latest tour and are providing some of the best shows of their careers. Click here to check out the list of upcoming US concerts and additional ticket info.

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