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U2 pays tribute to late tour manager Dennis Sheehan at Forum show
U2 pays tribute to late tour manager Dennis Sheehan at Forum show

The members of U2 paid tribute to late tour manager Dennis Sheehan at their Inglewood show Wednesday night, calling the music business veteran "a member of our family."   Sheehan, who was found dead that morning after an apparent heart attack, worked with the Irish superstar group for more than 30 years. He had also managed rock acts such as Led Zeppelin, Patti Smith and Lou Reed. He was 68.  Bono chose to honor Sheehan early on during the set at the Forum.    He described the band as a "brotherhood," after it had just torn through the classic post-punk cut "I Will Follow."  "The extended family is...

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