Rare photo posted on Twitter by Miki Berenyi (from the rock band Lush).
Dolores O’Riordan and Tanya Donelly (frontwoman of the band Belly) during the Belly/Cranberries tour 1993 at Pyramids Centre in Portsmouth on the 23 February 1993.
Cranberries fan Alan Martin has published on Twitter a photo showing memorabilia, including a setlist, a newspaper ad and a live audio cassette recorded at The Parkway in 1991.
On the setlist, we can read Atosa (Iosa) played two times on that show… and regarding Alan’s tweet, he taped it!
So this would be a second and third live recorded version of the song, the first and only one version available until now was recorded at University Of London Union on the 14 November 1991.
Facebook Live Video from outside the church on the official account of the Irish Examiner:
#LIVEOutside the church in Ballybricken for the funeral service of Dolores O'Riordan.https://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/ireland/latest-dolores-oriordan-funeral-underway-in-limerick-824229.html
Gepostet von Irish Examiner am Dienstag, 23. Januar 2018
Great tribute to Dolores O’Riordan and The Cranberries posted today on YouTube by user vkgoeswild. “Zombie” performed on piano by Viktoriya Yermolyeva in Paris, France in the hall of the airport Charles de Gaulle.
I guess you know why i played this. I got so sad, when i heard this news. R.I.P. Dolores O’Riordan. After a 18 hours flight and very tired, I found this piano at airport Charles de Gaulle – Paris to play this rendition in remembrance of her.