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Bono Snorts Salts to Hit the High Notes

by Rajashri on August 14, 2008 at 5:20 PM
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Bono Snorts Salts to Hit the High Notes

Snorting salts is Bono's own way of hitting the high notes.

The singer's fellow Irishman Danny O'Donoghue from The Script, has said that snorting salts is just a trick to improve high notes.

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"Snorting salts or white powder - it's actually a singing technique," The Mirror quoted him, as saying.

He added: "Myself and Bono share a vocal coach. Whenever the high notes aren't feeling that high or in the morning you're groggy, you snort salt water up your nose.

"It cleans out cavities, it's a natural antiseptic for your throat."

Source: ANI
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