Entertainment U2 pays tribute to Anthony Bourdain at Apollo Theater concert Bono spoke of those “who gave up on their own life” in the tribute, which also alluded to Kate Spade. Bono talked about Anthony Bourdain before U2 performed "Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of" at the Apollo Theater on Monday night. Photo Credit: Getty Images for SiriusXM / Kevin Mazur By amNewYork staff Updated June 12, 2018 9:49 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email U2 frontman Bono paid a special tribute to Anthony Bourdain during a performance at Harlem’s Apollo Theater on Monday night. The singer brought up the 61-year-old celebrity chef’s suicide during his performance for SiriusXM subscribers. The singer spoke of the difficulty of losing people “who gave up on their own life,” alluding to Kate Spade, among others. “It’s hard, though, to lose a friend, to lose a mate, and this band has been through that and music lost some great people who gave up on their own life, and that makes it kind of harder,” he told the crowd. “And now this great storyteller, who I’m sure had stories he couldn’t tell us.” Bono then performed “Stuck in a Moment You Can’t Get Out Of” from the band’s 2000 album “All That You Can’t Leave Behind. The song was written after the 1997 suicide of INXS lead singer Michael Hutchence. Several attendees captured video of the remarks and posted to social media sites. Bono’s tribute comes days after Queens of the Stone Age performed “Long Slow Goodbye” in memory of Bourdain at a concert in Denmark. By amNewYork staff Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Kevin Barnett, and other recent notable deaths Here are the celebrities we've recently said goodbye to. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.