Few people have not heard of Bono or are unfamiliar with U2's melodic sound and strong, emotive vocals. The Irish rock band was formed in 1976 in Dublin when its members were still teenagers. Decades later, their skills honed and their style streamlined, U2 still wows fans around the world while also contributing to the relief of poverty, disease and social injustice. Originally called “Feedback,” the band also called themselves “The Hype” for a brief period before settling on “U2” in 1978. Over the years, U2 has produced some of the most beloved albums of all-time, including Joshua Tree, Under a Blood Red Sky, Atchung Baby, and All That you Can't Leave Behind. The group has won over 20 Grammy Awards and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2005.