"When I heard about the hurricane, the devastation of the city and the area, I pretty soon started thinking about the musicians, started to think about the cultural loss, not just to New Orleans, not just to America, but really to the world," he told the Associated Press.
Does that mean he's planning to follow band-mate Bono's worldwide activist footsteps? Not likely, he responds.
"Bono is kind of a one-off character in music. His skills as a communicator are amazing, and his powers of persuasion are equally amazing," he said, smiling. "I would never think of trying to take on quite that level of commitment."
Thursday, February 02, 2006
The Edge talks about Music Rising, his effort to assist New Orleans musicians...
Posted by Musical Justice at 2/02/2006