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The Cranberries

Cranberries, The

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The Cranberries: Old Trout, Windsor

Live Review by Sally Margaret Joy, Melody Maker, 13 July 1991

ONE DAY, quite soon maybe, you'll get to hear the whole story. Part of it will be about how one sophisticated London gent took it ...

The Cranberries: The Underworld, London

Live Review by Paul Lester, Melody Maker, 7 September 1991


The Cranberries: Eire To The Crown

Interview by Everett True, Melody Maker, 26 October 1991

After months of anticipation, the Cranberries are finally releasing their debut single. Everett True travelled to Limerick to find out more about the much-heralded Irish ...

The Cranberries, Elastica: Astoria 2, London

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 17 January 1994

AS LIMERICK pop quartet the Cranberries might warn London pop quartet Elastica, beware the tag Next Big Thing. The Irish band basked in that title ...

Crowded House, The Cranberries, et al: Fleadh '94, Finsbury Park, London

Live Review by Dele Fadele, New Musical Express, 18 June 1994


Woodstock II: Sodden Life Is Rubbish

Report by John Harris, New Musical Express, 27 August 1994

Take 250,000 hippy children (Please! — Ed) and baby boomers reliving the 'glories' of the '60s, stick them in a sea of mud and charge ...

Why, why, why, Dolores? The Cranberries: Shepherd's Bush Empire, London

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 14 April 1999

Sure, Cranberries lead singer Dolores O'Riordan has a great voice — but that's no reason to marginalise the rest of the band, says Caroline Sullivan ...

The Cranberries: Is Dolores Do-lally?

Report by Johnny Black, Blender, June 2004

Therapy… I only write for myself. To get my emotions out. It's self-theraputic. (Independent on Sunday, 16 January 1994) ...

The Cranberries: Royal Albert Hall, London

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 2 April 2010

BANDS GIVE ALL sorts of reasons for reuniting, but the Cranberries' must be the most novel: in 2009, after five years apart, they decided to have ...

see also Dolores O'Riordan


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