Noel Hogan was interviewed by Stuart Clark about the “Why Can’t We?” book. The 720p video was posted by Hot Press on YouTube today.
Yesterday, Hot Press informed fans that they had started shipping the “Why Can’t We?” book orders, showing on Instagram the platinum edition.
They shared on the occasion the first pictures of the Platinum Edition:
At the moment, only fans who have ordered the Deluxe Platinum Limited Edition exclusively have received the below email.
Those who have ordered both Special Gold Edition and Deluxe Platinum Limited Edition are still awaiting for their order to be shipped.
Thanks to Jennifer for the screen shot.
EDIT – 10 DECEMBER
Those who ordered the Gold Edition are now receiving shipping confirmation as well today.
It seems the last who will get the email will be fans who ordered both editions at once.
UPDATE – 14 DECEMBER
Fans who ordered both editions are now receiving their shipping emails as well.
Hot Press also shared new pictures on their Instagram account stating “deliveries are going out every day”, everyone should therefore soon be getting their order.
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After a guest appearance on stage with The Coronas yesterday in Limerick, Noel Hogan was in studio with Lyra today. He shared 2 photos (post #1, post #2) on Instagram this evening, even revealing the exact location, Camden Recording Studios in Dublin.
Noel didn’t give much details except a small comment, “A great day working/recording with Lyra”.
As you may remember, Lyra is a singer from Cork who covered “Zombie” on The Late Late Show early this year as tribute to Dolores.
Yesterday evening, 2 December 2021, Noel Hogan joined The Coronas on stage once again to perform “Linger” as a guest at their Limerick show taking place at The Milk Market.
First photos of the performance are now surfacing online, thanks to Rainer…
…and to Andrew Cunneen on Twitter:
…and one from the side of the stage posted on Instagram Stories by Willie Ryan (@thelegalowl).
Thanks to them as well.
UPDATE – DECEMBER 11
The full video is now available, thanks to Glen Bollard (@gbollardphoto) on Instagram who filmed from the photo pit, meaning very front row!