U2 singer Bono reveals he discovered his secret brother and also shares his top 8 favorite albums

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In a recent interview, Bono revealed that he discovered he had a secret brother. The singer also shared the name of the albums he would take to a desert island

Paul David Hewson, popularly known as Bono, recently shared his story of finding his secret brother. The story of how he learned he had a sibling in hiding in 2000 was revealed by the singer in a recent podcast.

The U2 frontman laughed with host Lauren Laverne: “I have another brother that I love and adore and didn’t know I didn’t have – or maybe I had. . My dad was obviously going through a lot [when Bono’s mother died], but partly his head was somewhere else because his heart was somewhere else. So I think that was part of the problem that I was probably picking up on when I was a kid.

Adding to that, he said: “They’re a very close family and I could tell my dad had a deep friendship with this beautiful woman who was part of the family. And then they had a kid, and it all went down. been kept secret.

Bono went on to say that although his mother was never made aware of the affair before her untimely death when he was just 14, he had the chance to confront his father about it years ago. later.

22-time Grammy winner Bono said, “I asked him, did he love my mom? And he said yes. And I said, you know, ‘How could this happen?’ And he said, ‘It’s possible.’ And that he was trying to make things right, trying to do the right thing. He wasn’t apologizing, he was just saying, “These are the facts.”

The rock singer chose the eight albums he would take to a desert island, including “Peter Frampton”show me the way“by Bob Dylan”Every grain of sand,”Emeli Sande’s rendition of the traditional Anglican hymn”stay with me“, performed with The Fron Choir, and Noel Gallagher’s live rendition of High Flying Birds of “Dead in the water” at the RTÉ 2FM studios in Dublin.

Later in the episode, he also chose Inhaler’s “Ice Cream Sundae”, “Angelique Kidjo”Agolo“, by Verdi”La Traviata Prelude to Act 1performed by the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, and “Simple Minds”Someone somewhere in the summer” like the other four tracks.

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