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U2 perform together for first time since frontman Bono’s horrific bike accident four months ago... as they pay tribute to Irish DJ Tony Fenton at his funeral

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By COLETTE FAHY

Bono performed on Monday for the first time since a serious bike accident in November left him uncertain if he will ever play guitar again.

The 54-year-old musician was joined by his U2 bandmates as they paid tribute to beloved Irish DJ Tony Fenton, who passed away on March 11 after a long-running battle with prostate cancer.

Wearing a protective bandage on his arm, which he broke in six places, Bono sang Ordinary Love from the altar of the Church of the Sacred Heart in Donnybrook, Dublin with his bandmates, The Edge, Larry Mullen and Adam Clayton.

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