U2 was formed in Dublin, Ireland, in 1976 by drummer Larry Mullen, Jr., under the name "Feedback." It was originally a Beatles and Rolling Stones tribute band that consisted of Mullen, Paul Hewson (Bono), Dave Evans (The Edge), and his older brother Dik Evans. The elder Evans left the band about a half year later when its name had changed to The Hype, which pared the group down to the quartet it is today. Shortly thereafter they changed name one final time to U2. After winning a talent show in Limerick in 1978, the band had enough money to record a demo tape, and by the end of that year they had a manager, Paul McGuiness.