The roving spaceship that was U2 360° touched down for the last time in Moncton, Canada on July 30, after two years and $700 million in ticket sales, leaving nearly 150 industry types (including, weirdly, 33 Belgians) looking for work. One of those finally finding some free time again is Willie Williams, who served as the creative brainchild and show director of the tour. During rehearsals in Barcelona, Williams joked about the birthing process of The Claw and its various parts. ...

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