U2 is celebrating the 30th anniversary of their album "The Joshua Tree" with a tour that stops in Minneapolis Friday night at US Bank Stadium.
Last week, we asked two huge music fans — who also happen to be an English literature professor and a mayor — to rank the best performances they've ever seen.
This week, we spoke with three musicians about the performances that shaped their careers.
• Brother Ali, a hip hop artist and activist.
• John Munson, a bassist and songwriter. He's best known for his work with Semisonic, Trip Shakespeare and The New Standards.
• Cameron Kinghorn, leader of the funk ensemble Nooky Jones.
Use the audio player above to hear the full conversation.
Correction: In the radio broadcast, Kerri Miller inaccurately said U2 will begin a three-night run in Minneapolis. They will be performing in Minneapolis for one night only.