The radio station posted the video on its website as well, ouifm.fr
Read the interview directly on globalnews.ca
Also included on the page, the video of the interview on the TV show, “The Morning Show”
The show was broadcast on 15 April 2019. “The Morning Show” posted a short Behind The Scenes video on Instagram that day.
One of the host, Jeff McArthur, posted a photo on Instagram just after the show.
Fourth video of the Track x Track series published every Tuesday on The Cranberries’ socials where you can hear exclusive behind the scenes information directly from the band.
Today, “In The End” – Album Track #11
New audio interview for alternative rock radio station DC101 available on dc101.iheart.com
DC101 is based in Rockville in USA near Washington D.C. and Noel and Fergal answered questions on the phone maybe from NYC a few days before (?)
Thanks to The Cranberries Newspaper for the images below:
This afternoon, The Cranberries appeared on the show “Get Closer” live-streamed on the cultural platform BUILD (buildseries.com) from the BUILD studio located 692 Broadway in New York City.
You can watch the replay on their socials as well as YouTube:
New interview in New York City today for Q104.3’s Out of the Box. The show just ended and was live video broadcast on Facebook. You can watch the replay below:
The Cranberries are LIVE with Jonathan Clarke!
Gepostet von Q104.3's Out of the Box am Freitag, 12. April 2019
A NIGHT CELEBRATING THE CRANBERRIES
DOLANS, LIMERICK APRIL 25TH
Thursday April 25th is a night for all Cranberries fans!
Limerick’s esteemed music store Steamboat Music want to gather all fans to honour the release of The Cranberries final album ‘In The End’ releasing Friday April 26th.
The event will be taking place in Dolan’s Upstairs venue and will be an amazing opportunity to hear the new album before its ofﬁcial release with a panel discussion from some very special guests.
Fans can gain access to the event by pre-ordering the album from www.steamboat.ie and this will guarantee entrance to the event Upstairs in ‘Dolans’ Limericks iconic venue, numbers are limited.
Limericks finest and most iconic band will be honoured through the night, fans will be welcomed into the venue on the night at 9pm to a wealth of great Cranberries tunes, followed by a panel discussion on the bands history and impact this band from a small town has had on the music industry.
Niall Colgan, a close friend of the band will MC the event. The discussion will feature Deci Hogan (The Cranberries Stage Manager), Eoin Devereaux (historian and writer of liner notes on previous Cranberries albums) and Orla Colgan (Dolores O’Riordan’s secondary school music teacher), fans will then get to hear the new album will then be played in full through a top quality sound system prior to its world-wide release on Friday April 26th.
The new album ‘In the End’ is a collection of songs the late Limerick legend Dolores O’Riordan worked on prior to her tragic passing last January. “We knew this had to be one of the, if not the, best Cranberries album that we could possibly do”Noel Hogan, band mate said in a statement. Hogan and O’Riordan started work on the songs in May 2017 and had written and demoed 11 songs by that winter. “I can’t think of a more ﬁtting way to commemorate the ﬁrst anniversary of Dolores’ passing and to celebrate her life than to announce to the world the release of her ﬁnal album with the band,” Eileen O’Riordan, Dolores’ mother, said in January.
About the event, Mark Carey owner of Steamboat Music say “To have an opportunity to host this once in a lifetime event is a real thrill for us. Not only have The Cranberries impacted the lives of so many people world wide, the effect they’ve had on their home town is immeasurable. To have the ﬁrst listening party here in Limerick is really, really special and it’s an honour to have been approached to take on this event. Any fan of theirs and anyone that is simply a fan of music, this will be a fantastic event.”
Further information contact Steamboat Music firstname.lastname@example.org 061 311696 Mark Carey
According to Rami Jou, who was attending the Q&A with the band hosted by YouTube yesterday, The Cranberries will be giving a live interview at Build Series NYC Tomorrow, where fans can register to attend and sit inches away from the band.
Tickets are available on this link : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-cranberries-tickets-59831133531
The event is announced this Friday April 12th from 2pm to 2:30pm at Build Studio on Broadway.
This event will be streamed LIVE on buildseries.com
The band should be giving interviews for radio stations this Thursday, and focus on TV shows on Friday.
Thanks a lot to Rami and Cranberries Mexico for the news.
Here’s below a few photos of the YouTube event / Listening Party Q&A that took place at Youtube Space in New York City’s Chelsea Market tonight. Click images to enlarge.
Third video of the Track x Track series published every Tuesday on The Cranberries’ socials where you can hear exclusive behind the scenes information directly from the band.
Today, “The Pressure” – Album Track #10
The Cranberries are everywhere in the Italian media today, following their press day last week in Milano.
- rockol.it (video)
- lastampa.it (video)
- video.repubblica.it (video)
- soundsblog.it (video)
- video.corriere.it (video)
- rainews.it (video)
- rds.it (video)
- music.fanpage.it (video)
Also in print, Corriere della Sera and La Stampa:
Thanks to Cranberries Italia for the images and all the links!
This page will be updated during the day as more media might appear!
- mediasetplay.mediaset.it (video)
Pre-order “In The End” before 00:00 GMT on 15 April 2019 on the official webstore for a chance to win 1 of 20 pairs of tickets for you and a friend. If you have already ordered from this store, then you are already entered to the competition.
However, no purchase necessary, and just enter your email address here for a chance to win tickets.
New interview in German published yesterday on klatsch-tratsch.de
3 never seen before photos (1 in Ireland and 2 from the interview) were also published, click to enlarge:
Photo: WENN.com (25 March 2019, outside RTÉ, Dublin)
Photo: Dennis Agyemang
Photo: Dennis Agyemang
Following the listening party and Q+A that took place in Paris, the band just announced on their socials (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) that YouTubeMusic will be hosting a similar event in NYC on April 10th.
CLICK ON THIS LINK TO REGISTER
ATTENTION: This is an 21+ event. Registration closes on April 8th. You will need to show a photo ID at the door in order to gain entry.
New interview with The Cranberries published on telegraph.co.uk (you have to register to access).
The interview was also published in print in the UK today (thanks to TC Newspaper for the image):
The Daily Telegraph – 5 April 2019
On 2 May 2019, An Post (Ireland’s leading supplier of postal services) will release a set of 4 stamps that celebrate 4 iconic and internationally recognized songs, performed by renowned Irish artists. The special collection is called “Great Irish Songs” and feature:
- Dreams – The Cranberries
- With Or Without You – U2
- On Raglan Road – Luke Kelly
- Danny Boy – John McCormack
Regarding The Cranberries, 3 versions are available: the single stamp (€1.00), a Dreams sheetlet (€16.00) and a collector pack of 4 stamp discs (€17.00), all designed by Amp Visual.
Nice that they’re putting The Cranberries on an Irish stamp, shame they got the lyrics wrong!!!
Thanks to The Cranberries Newspaper for the info!
UPDATE – 5 APRIL
UPDATE – 8 MAY
The set of stamps has been delayed (very likely due to The Cranberries lyrics error) and the new date of issue is tomorrow, 9 May 2019. For the occasion the official “The Collector” (pdf) has been updated and lyrics are now correct!
The set of stamps is valid for both international (U2 + John McCormack) and national (The Cranberries + Luke Kelly) postage, see different face values.
The Cranberries were in Milano today to promote “In The End”. There was a press conference at BMG Italy and the lads were also interviewed by radio station Virgin Radio. Here’s below the first pictures posted on socials, thanks to The Cranberries on Facebook, The Cranberries Newspaper on Facebook, Noel Hogan on Instagram and Alberto Muraro on Instagram.
Professor Eoin Devereux will be presenting “Waltzing Back – an illustrated lecture on The Cranberries 1989-1993” at The Odeon in Dublin on 9 May 2019. A welcome reception will begin at 6pm followed by Prof Devereux’s lecture, Q&A and networking opportunity.
Full details and booking: https://bit.ly/2FFv0BE
Professor Eoin Devereux – Twitter
Instagram user joanna.cran.pic posted a very rare clipping of the Limerick Leader published on 24 April 1989. Dolores and her classmates won “Slógadh ’89” (an Irish nation wide arts festival for young people) and received a special award, “An Gradam”. It was 30 years ago!!!
More about Slógadh
In 1969, Gael Linn established a competition based youth arts festival, Slógadh, involving several local events and culminating in a national final. This event was to prove one of the great successes of the Gael Linn calendar for many years. Activities included singing, storytelling and the visual arts.
The Slógadh music competitions catered for all kinds of music – traditional, pop, country ‘n’ western, classical, solo singing, choirs, musicals and solo instrumental. There were competitions for one act plays, miming and the traditional art form – the agallamh beirte. The festival was not limited to stage competitions. There were important art and literary sections also. The side events were often as important as the competitions themselves. Impromptu music sessions, discos, céilithe and poetry readings formed an integral and important part of the festival.
Above all else, Slógadh gave Irish a new relevance for the young generation. It became a living medium of modern artistic expression. At its zenith in the early eighties, over 50,000 young people were involved annually one way or another. It was through Slógadh that artists such as Clannad, the Hothouse Flowers, Altan and Dolores O’Riordan first gained recognition. It was in Slógadh that Cathal Ó Searcaigh, one of the most promising and prolific of our contemporary poets, came to the attention of the literary public. No other youth festival of its kind in Europe, with the exception of the Urdd Eistedfodd in Wales, could compare to it in scale or in the scope of its activities. Young people from the four corners of Europe – from Wales, Scotland, Brittany, Flanders, Occitania and Slovenia, to mention but some-traveled to Ireland to experience it.