Curtain Call made good profits in 2010-2011

April 14, 2013  |  6 Comments  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

A year before the release of their first album in 10 years, The Cranberries made good profits through their own company, Curtain Call Ltd.

According to the Irish Times, the band’s company recorded well-deserved profits of €71,973 in 2011 and €248,183 a year before, mainly with their Reunion Tour, while music sales continues to decline in the entertainment industry for a decade or so.

Each of the band’s four members has a 25 per cent stake in Curtain Call.

With the release of “Roses” in 2012, followed by short tours in Asia and North America and an extended one in Europe, 2012 must have been a good year for the band, financial-wise.

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6 Responses to Curtain Call made good profits in 2010-2011

  1. Moon

    I’m very happy 🙂

  2. Benjamin

    Only thing I might add is that the music industry is not exactly suffering anymore. After a long period of adjustment to the new technologies, though the traditional formats have hurt, musicians and artists are doing really well and music is selling. We can’t blame poor album sales on that for the Cranberries 🙁

  3. seve

    The Cranberries concert may 2013 – USA and Filadelfia 🙂


  4. seve

    CERTAINLY 100 %
    May 5,2013 The Electric Factory-Philadelphia
    May 19,2013 The Electric Factory-Philadelphia
    😀 and USA Canada Europa Australia…..2013 !!!

  5. cranberries

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  6. Moon

    The Cranberries-Switch Off The Moment-Live at Baltimore


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