U2’s Bono injured while cycling, ‘Tonight Show’ gig delayed
U2 diva Bono arrives for the recording of the Quick fix 30 charity single in west London November 15, 2014.
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(Reuters) – U2 frontman Bono was wounded while biking in New York’s Central Park, requiring a hold-up in the Irish rockers’ go back to “The Tonight Program Starring Jimmy Fallon,” the band said on Sunday.
U2 was planned to do on “The Tonight Program” from Monday to Friday. The band aided Fallon launch the late-night program in February as his initial music visitor. “It resembles we will certainly need to do our Tonight Show residency an additional time – we’re one man down,” the band said on its site in a message signed by members The Advantage, Adam Clayton and also Larry Mullen Jr. Bono, 54,”has wounded his arm in a cycling spill in Central Park and calls for some surgery to mend it. We make sure he’ll make a complete recovery soon, so we’ll be back!” the band said.The site did not give specifics regarding the happening or the injury.Bono endured a spinal injury in 2010 while getting ready for a trip and also went through emergency situation surgical treatment in Germany. The injury delayed part of the excursion. (Reporting by Ian Simpson; Editing by Ryan Woo).