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U2 takes a week on Letterman’s ‘Late Show’

Associated Press

NEW YORK — Make room, Paul Shaffer. U2 will be on David Letterman’s "Late Show" for a full week to promote their upcoming album.

The band will be Letterman’s musical guest each night from March 2 to 6. It’s the first time a musical guest has been given a solid week on the CBS show.

U2’s new album, "No Line on the Horizon," is to be released that week. The band played its first single, "Get on Your Boots," to kick off the Grammy Awards on Sunday.

The band last appeared on the "Late Show" in October 2001.

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