A founding member of U2, The Edge (aka David Evans) is one of the most influential guitarists of his generation thanks to his innovative playing technique and use of echo and other effects. Along with his work as the band's lead guitarist, his contributions as a songwriter, keyboard player, and vocalist helped define U2's sound as it evolved from the atmospheric post-punk of 1983's galvanizing War to the arena-sized anthems of 1987's blockbuster The Joshua Tree (which featured the twin chart-toppers "With or Without You" and "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For") to 1991's dense, electronic-drenched Achtung Baby to the streamlined approach of later albums like 2000's All That You Can't Leave Behind. Over the years, U2's record-breaking stadium tours, numerous Grammys, and inclusion in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame made them one of ...
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