A three year run of intensive activity by U2 has Bono admitting that the future of his band is a low priority to him. Telling Rolling Stone, 'I'm not so sure the future hasn't dried up' for his group, the front man went on to say he just wants to, '...disappear with my iPod Nano and some books and an acoustic guitar'. While a desire for solitude has the upper hand for Bono now, it seems unlikely he'll fade into the background for long.
The Irish group's 360 tour shattered the Stones all-time touring record, grossing close to a billion dollars on it's multiple continent run (story). Bono is also involved in dozens of ventures outside of the music business, including an investment firm, a Dublin hotel and the Broadway production of Spider-Man.
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