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U2 sang on a roof 70 storeys above New York for Jimmy Fallon's first Tonight Show

The band took to the roof of Rockerfeller Centre to blast out a tune.

EXTRA EXTRA, U2 sing on rooftop. Again.

Not content with having just that iconic 1987 Los Angeles liquor store roof performance of Where The Streets Have No Name to their, well, name, U2 did their ‘thang’ on top of New York’s Rockefeller Centre last night.

Bono and the boys were in town for Jimmy Fallon’s first episode of The Tonight Show, which he recently took over from Jay Leno.

Source: TheLastOf TheRockstars

There was more singing later on too, as the lads cracked out the guitars to sing Jimmy another song on the sofa.

This time they serenaded the new Tonight Show host with an acoustic version of their Oscar-nominated tune Ordinary Love.

Source: TheLastOf TheRockstars

Sorry Bono, it’s still no Let It Go.

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