A taxi driver, who was suing rock star Bono in the Circuit Civil Court for €60,000 damages for personal injuries, has died. File photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times.

A taxi driver who issued a €60,000 personal injury damages claim against musician Bono in the Circuit Civil Court has died. Philip Bolger claimed the(...)

Reputedly the oldest Irish international rugby jersey in the world, estimated at €25,000-€35,000

A fascinating mix of sport and entertainment memorabilia will go on view at Whyte’s on Molesworth Street, Dublin, from Friday, December 11th, ahead of(...)

Bono said: “It’s just some smart people we have working for us trying to be sensible about the way we’re taxed.” File photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

It is nearly four years since U2’s headline gig at Glastonbury, where activists clashed with security after unfurling a banner asking “U pay tax 2?”Ho(...)

Bono’s childhood home: No 10, Cedarwood Road in Glasnevin, Dublin

Just when the people of Cedarwood Road thought they had seen the back of bus loads of tourists seeking out where Bono grew up, the U2 singer has gone (...)

Sounds Irish: The Dubliners in 1966. Photograph: Brian Shuel/Redferns/Getty
An A-Z of music in Ireland
  • Books
  • October 19, 2013, 01:00

Air The air, or slow air, is a piece of traditional music that is generally not set in a given time signature and is without a regular sense of metre.(...)

Philip Chevron outside the Project Arts Centre.

Philip Chevron, who has died aged 56, grew up in the Dublin suburb of Santry in the monochrome 1960s with a passion for theatre and music (in particul(...)

Megaphone diplomacy: did Bono really prolong violent conflict in the North? Photograph: Reuters/Tim Wimborne

Book Review: The Frontman: Bono (In the Name of Power) by Harry Browne. (Verso, 180pp, £9.99) Bono. No, wait – don’t go away! It’s okay – we’(...)