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The Evanses initially lived in Chadwell Heath, Essex; around 1962 Garvin was offered a promotion and a transfer, and the family made the decision to leave Chadwell Heath and move to County Dublin in the Republic of Ireland to take it up.During his childhood in Dublin he possessed two differing accents to converse in, Welsh and Irish English, the former being used when he was in the family home and the latter when he was outside; as he later explained: "The reason for this dual identity was mainly to be understood by my peers but also to be accepted." Whilst the Evans brothers were at Mount Temple Comprehensive School in Dublin in 1976 they went along to a meeting in response to an advert posted by another pupil, Larry Mullen Jr., on the school's noticeboard seeking musicians to form a new band with him.
His first guitar was an old acoustic guitar that his mother bought him at a local flea market for only a few pounds; he was nine at the time.With U2, the Edge has also played keyboards, co-produced their 1993 record Zooropa, and occasionally contributed lyrics.The Edge met his second and current wife, Morleigh Steinberg, through her collaborations with the band.This is especially true from the Achtung Baby era onwards, although much of the band's 1980s material made heavy use of echos. U2's 1983 live album and video release, Under a Blood Red Sky and Live at Red Rocks: Under a Blood Red Sky are good reference points for his singing (as are the live DVDs from the Elevation Tour, U2 Go Home: Live from Slane Castle and Elevation 2001: Live from Boston).For example, he sings the chorus to "Sunday Bloody Sunday" (Bono harmonises on the final 'Sunday').As a member of U2 and as an individual, the Edge has campaigned for human rights and philanthropic causes.
He co-founded Music Rising, a charity to support musicians affected by Hurricane Katrina.U2 used this tradeoff technique later in "Bullet the Blue Sky" as well.His backing vocals are sometimes in the form of a repeated cry; examples of songs that use this approach include "Beautiful Day", "New Year's Day" and "Stay (Faraway, So Close! Another technique he uses in his backing vocals is the falsetto, in songs such as "Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of", "Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own", "A Man and a Woman", "The Wanderer", live versions of "The Fly", and "Window in the Skies".A member of the group since its inception, he has recorded 13 studio albums with the band as well as one solo record.As a guitarist, the Edge has crafted a minimalistic and textural style of playing.He has collaborated with U2 bandmate Bono on several projects, including songs for Roy Orbison and Tina Turner, and the soundtracks to the musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and the Royal Shakespeare Company's London stage adaptation of A Clockwork Orange.