U2 frontman Bono has revealed more about the life-changing “brush with mortality” he experienced back in 2016. Bono first described his near-death episode in the liner notes to U2’s latest album, 2017 Songs of Experience. RELATED VIDEO: Bono Caroling in Dublin on Christmas Eve In 2015, he was rushed to the hospital following a “high energy bicycle accident” in New York’s Central Park that left him with a facial fracture in his left eye socket, three separate fractures of his left shoulder blade and a shattered left humerus in his upper arm. Last month, the singer was forced to abandon a U2 gig in Berlin, Germany after losing his voice four songs into the set — although, thankfully, it turned out to be nothing serious and the band have since continued their Experience And Innocence tour. A fair few punches over the last years,” Bono continued to The Sunday Times.
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