U2 band prepares for Las Vegas residency; Man climbs tower with ‘Free Billie Eilish’ sign
Hammer and Nigel, the popular radio personalities from WIBC, discussed two intriguing news stories on today’s All Indiana.
The first story was about U2’s upcoming Vegas residency at The Venetian called “U2:UV Achtung Baby Live at Sphere,” which starts in late September. The band released a promo video for the residency, and tickets will go on sale to verified fans on Thursday, April 27, with the general sale on Friday.
The second story was about a man who climbed to the top of the KTLA Tower in Hollywood with a sign that read “Free Billie Eilish” and a guitar.
The man’s motive is unknown, and there is no indication that Billie Eilish is in any kind of trouble with law enforcement. Authorities had to shut down Sunset Boulevard as they tried to convince the man to come down safely.
Hammer and Nigel had a lively conversation about both stories, with their unique humor and perspective. Their discussion about U2’s residency covered the band’s history and their excitement about the upcoming shows.
Their discussion about the Billie Eilish superfan’s tower climb was equally engaging, as they discussed what could have motivated the man’s actions.
Hammer and Nigel’s unique perspective and humor make their show a must-listen for anyone interested in music, culture, and current events. You can learn more about these topics by watching the full interview above!