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Back on East of Harlem...
Bono's best friend Gavin Friday has
spoken exclusively to ShowBizIreland.com about
the secret illness that forced the singer onto his
back and out of public life for the past three months.
the ex lead singer with the band The Virgin Prunes,
was out for the first time in Dublin last Wednesday
night in over three months to oversee the auction
of a hand painted card he had painted and designed
for charity. Bono
had also done a card.
to ShowBizIreland.com at the auction Gavin
said the spinal operation had forced him to stay in
hospital for the last three months.
was very serious. They operated on my spine and when
I first went in they operated straight away. It was
like emergency spinal surgery and I was shocked. It
kept me out of action for over three months. I was
basically on my back for three months in the Mater
Hospital. Thankfully, everything is OK now and I am
just getting back working within the music business
He also went on to tell us about his current projects
in the movie business: "I have started work on
music for the new Jim Sheridan movie East
of Harlem and a number of other music projects."
During the auction, Gavin's card raised 650 euro for
charity while Bono's went for 3,500 euro. Another
painting was bought for Bono by a friend, which came
with the message "Sudden Pray Makes God Jump."
Other art that sold on the night included a Robert
Ballagh painted card for 6,000 euro, a Pauline
Bewick for 2,200 euro and a Patrick Scott,
which sold for 3,000 euro.
Card: The Joker