Mysterious Ways - America's U2 Tribute Band
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Mysterious Ways - America's U2 Tribute Band

Austin, Texas, United States | SELF

Austin, Texas, United States | SELF
Band Rock Cover Band




This band has no press


U2 has a ton!!! ;)



To quote Bono, "You do the show, you do the business. I guess that's why they call it 'Show Business'." And, in show business, it's both the "show" and the "business" that make a successful event. As a U2 tribute band, it's not only the message and power of U2's music that a Mysterious Ways show conveys, but the intimacy and interactiveness that comes from a U2 show - the key word here is "show." Determined to be a tribute band that delivers, Mysterious Ways puts on a show - a concert - bringing the U2 arena concert experience to the smaller venues. Emulating that intimacy, intensity and interaction that IS a U2 concert, Mysterious Ways brings everything but the Lemon Spaceship! With their own lighting, video backdrop, sequences, and, above all, the ability to sound so much like U2, Mysterious Ways leaves the crowds they have played to begging for more , feeling as if they, in fact, just saw U2. And THAT is the "business" that Mysterious Ways is in!

Playing songs like Sunday Bloody Sunday, Where The Streets Have No Name, Pride (In The Name Of Love), I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, With Or Without You, One, Mysterious Ways, Vertigo, Beautiful Day, New Year's Day, All I Want Is You, Desire, Stuck In A Moment, I Will Follow, and many, many more, Mysterious Ways will leave you spellbound and feeling as though you're in the midst of a U2 World Tour.

Voted BEST COVER BAND in The Austin Chronicle's 2009-2010 Music Poll Mysterious Ways has played many special events including shows for House Of Blues (Dallas and Houston), Meals On Wheels and More, Dell, ESPNRadio, Make-A-Wish Foundation, and The Austin Triathlon, as well as opening up for Gin Blossoms at the San Antonio Oyster Bake Festival. Also, a true highlight of their career, Mysterious Ways recently performed for the US Troops at Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan as part of Operation HOT.