Here at @U2, one of the things we're most proud of is the original content we provide, created exclusively by our staff. In case you missed any of it in June, the highlights are posted here:
Kelley Eskridge kicked off the month by revealing the answers to the May Question of the Month, which asked fans, "What musician or band would you love to see join U2 on stage, and what would they perform together?"
In our weekly Off the Record column, Becky Myers spoke about the joy of following U2 shows on Twitter, while Sherry Lawrence recommended a new book about the concert industry. The following week, Rashas Weber reminisced about the magic of the Seattle U2 show, while Gary Boas closed out the month by re-capping all of the producers who have touched U2's work (even if the albums they were associated with never came to light).
Our popular "Like a Song" series continued with an essay about "Zooropa" by Marylinn Maione.
In addition, we had a special piece written by Kelly Eskridge about the Seattle U2 show and what it meant to her.
And finally, Scott Calhoun interviewed producer Steve Lillywhite about his role in creating the album, Music from Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark.
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