Bono, left, and Adam Clayton of U2 perform on stage during a concert, in Paris, Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015. U2’s performance in Paris on Sunday night wasn’t just about music, it had a mournful tinge, too. Frontman Bono paid respects to 130 people killed by extremists in Paris on Nov. 13, and 14 people killed in a mass shooting last week in California.
Bono, left, and Adam Clayton of U2 perform on stage during a concert, in Paris, Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015. U2’s performance in Paris on Sunday night wasn’t just about music, it had a mournful tinge, too. Frontman Bono paid respects to 130 people killed by extremists in Paris on Nov. 13, and 14 people killed in a mass shooting last week in California. Thibault Camus AP
Bono, left, and Adam Clayton of U2 perform on stage during a concert, in Paris, Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015. U2’s performance in Paris on Sunday night wasn’t just about music, it had a mournful tinge, too. Frontman Bono paid respects to 130 people killed by extremists in Paris on Nov. 13, and 14 people killed in a mass shooting last week in California. Thibault Camus AP

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