U2's Bono and The Edge joined several fellow musicians at the annual tradition of charity busking outside of the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin. The band performed a few holiday songs in support of the Simon Community homeless charity. Bono and The Edge performed “O Holy Night” and “Night Divine” before joining the rest of the musicians to for a group sing-along on Darlene Love's 1963 classic “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home.” During the sing-along, Bono told onlookers, “as the buckets go around, fill them with silver, fill them with hope — it's the season of hope.”

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN RELEASES COMPLETE 'NO NUKES 1979' CONCERTS: Bruce Springsteen gave fans an unexpected Christmas gift when he released the “E Street Band's No Nukes”concert in its entirety. Recorded September 21st and 22nd, 1979 at New York’s Madison Square Garden, No Nukes 1979 marks the first time Springsteen’s complete sets from the benefit concert have officially been made available.