U2 frontman Bono Agrees With Poor Reviews of Spider-Man Musical

(Rock News Desk) U2 frontman Bono says he agrees with poor reviews of the Spider-Man musical featuring tracks written by him and guitarist the Edge.

It's believed to be the most expensive Broadway show in history, having cost more than $70m to stage but it's been hit with problems since long before it opened.

Now Bono admits he was in agreement with the poor reviews. "It might have been a little hard for some people around here to take it but we don't disagree," The singer tells ABC. "That's the sort of stuff we were saying backstage. The last version had a lot of magic and mysterious stuff. It was beautiful in so many ways it just didn't cohere." more on this story

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