U2 lovers are have a lot to look forward to – in fact, they have a week’s worth of music coming their way.
The rock super group is slated to perform for an unprecedented five nights in a row on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” Access Hollywood has learned.
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U2 will rock the Ed Sullivan Theater from Monday, March 2 through Friday, March 6, marking the first time a musical guest will perform for an entire week on the CBS talk show.
Their late night gig coincides with the release of their 12th album, “No Line on the Horizon,” which drops on March 3.
The first single off their new album, “Get On Your Boots,” is already racing up the charts following a stellar performance at Sunday’s Grammy Awards.
The band has not performed on Letterman’s show since 2001.