Entertainment behind the scenes
from Anthony Boadle:
The Irish rocker's first opinion column for The New Times appeared on Sunday, and it wasn't about debt, poverty or Aids in Africa -- causes on which he has long been outspoken.
No, his initial incursion onto the op/ed pages is an ode to the Chairman of the Board.
Frank Sinatra's defiant voice singing "My Way" is a "foghorn" at a time of world uncertainty in business, love and life, Bono writes.
Bono says he was struck by Sinatra's lack of sentimentality in the song, when listening to a deafening chorus of Irish "rabble-rousers" sing "I did it my way" midst the revelry of a crowded Dublin pub at New Year's.