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Rest in Peace Dolores O’Riordan

We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Dolores O’Riordan from The Cranberries and D.A.R.K., who died suddenly at the age of 46 in London on January 15, 2018.


Blondshell Makes Late Night TV Debut with “Salad”

Blondshell had us eating out of the palm of her hands during her late night TV debut on Jimmy Fallon yesterday evening. Ahead of her self-titled debut album which drops on Friday, April 7 via Partisan Records, Blondshell joined The Late Night Show to perform her new single “Salad.” Having already garnered massive success with her previous releases “Olympus” and “Veronica Mars,” both of which will appear on her forthcoming full—length, Blondshell invokes a similarly empowering presence to the late Dolores O’Riordan. Commanding the stage with her unfaltering delivery, Blondshell rips through “Salad” detailing a revenge scenario to get justice… Read more »


The Cranberries Return to the Stage For December Radio Events

The Cranberries make their return to the stage for concerts at radio station Christmas shows in December. The Irish super group were due to visit the continent in October and December in support of their new album, “Wake Up and Smell the Coffee,” but postponed their October schedule due to the uncertainties in the world as a result of the American tragedies. “I was really concerned for my two little children at a very difficult time following the uncertainties arising out of the conflict in Afghanistan. Our guitarist (Noel Hogan) is going through challenging times in his family, and the… Read more »


Singer Dido happy to put low-paying jobs behind her

Dido Armstrong had worked in a lot of different low-paying clerical jobs while struggling to make ends meet, but said Thursday nothing beats her current line of work: being a pop star. The British singer known around the world as “Dido” said that because she made such a belated breakthrough into the industry that is infamous for devouring young talent before their prime, she isn’t going to let her career be squandered. “I just know this is the best job I’ve ever had because I have had so many other jobs,” said Dido, 29, one of Britain’s biggest-selling female recording… Read more »


Music Choice Announces October Concert Lineup

Music Choice, the world’s largest provider of commercial-free digital music via cable, satellite and the Internet, today announced that, the Cranberries and Queensryche are the featured artists for the October concert series. Music Choice’s concert series is a cable-exclusive program, reaching 25 million households across the country. Every month, the show delivers a fresh array of varied musical formats from an eclectic mix of artists viewers won’t find on other channels. The concert series features a variety of artists in a 60-minute show with live performances and interview segments. Music Choice also airs “Street Team,” a reality based show that… Read more »


The Cranberries & MCA Records Recall New 'Analyse' Video In The Wake Of USA Tragedy

“Analyse,” the premier video from the Cranberries’ new MCA album, “Wake Up And Smell The Coffee,” has been temporarily pulled from video channels around the world as well as from the band’s web-site in the wake of last week’s tragic events in the United States. The video, which was directed by Australian Keir McFarland, was filmed in London’s Canary Wharf district this past August. The video features scenes of the band’s singer, Dolores O’Riordan, performing the song on the top of a building. In the distance behind her are two skyscrapers with a plane flying over the scene. Additional scenes… Read more »


The Cranberries Brew Up 'Wake Up And Smell The Coffee'

The Cranberries are gearing up to release their fifth studio album, “Wake Up And Smell The Coffee,” due from MCA Records on October 23rd. The album’s premiere single, “Analyse,” impacts radio on August 27th. Coinciding with the release of the single, the Irish-based band will head stateside for a string of private semi-acoustic concerts in five U.S. markets. With the exception of the show in Boulder, Co, tickets will not be on sale to the public. Fans of The Cranberries can still obtain tickets through local radio station giveaways or exclusively through The Cranberries website. Tickets for each show will… Read more »

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