Noel Hogan was also honored at the BMI Awards in London 2 days ago with a Special Citation of Achievement award for Dreams (over 4 million broadcast performances attained), the exact same as Dolores.
Noel shared the below photo of his plaque yesterday on his Instagram (stories).
His friend Willie Ryan shared on Instagram a short video on the Red Carpet at the Savoy hotel where the ceremony held. Screen shot below of Noel and his wife Catherine.
More photos on radiofacts.com
Below, Noel and Catherine, Mike O’Neill (L) and Shirin Foroutan (R)
As already mentioned in the previous news about Dolores, remember 6 years ago, Noel was honored for Dreams already. Back then it was 3 million broadcast performances attained.
Dolores was honored posthumously tonight at the BMI Awards in London with a Special Citation of Achievement award for Dreams (over 4 million broadcast performances attained).
The BMI (Broadcast Music Inc.) London Awards is a music industry ceremony which honors the UK/European songwriters and publishers of the past year’s most-played BMI songs on American radio and television.
Remember 6 years ago, Noel Hogan was honored for Dreams as well; back then it was 3 million broadcast performances attained.
The Italian publisher Edizioni BD announced on Facebook last 5 July, a comic biography (!?) about Dolores O’Riordan to be released after the Summer.
Not much information for now, except a sample drawing (
or could it be the front cover, edit: it’s not!) and the names of the authors: Micol Beltramini for the text/words (in Italian obviously) and Francesca Ciregia for the drawings.
No price and no pre-order for now. To be continued…
New book to be released on Dolores’ birthday either titled “The story of The Cranberries in the newspapers” or maybe “The story of The Cranberries through newspapers”
Publisher Don’t Let The Music Die (from Spain) shows previews of both titles on the website dontletthemusicdie.com where you can pre-order the book now for €39.95
98 pages in color. 24 x 32 cm
A new 12-minute video interview with Noel Hogan was uploaded on YouTube today by user Off The Ball. Recorded yesterday in the streets of Limerick, Noel is mostly interviewed about, as title says, The Cranberries connection with Limerick hurling (Irish sport) and the song “Dreams”.
Thanks to Instagram user @rober_tpiccolo (RP Vinyle) for the 1st images.
“STARS” double black vinyl was released yesterday and, unlike the Record Store Day clear vinyl edition released last year, is not a limited edition.
New interview with Fergal Lawler published today by The Music Universe. Titled “Episode 132 with The Cranberries’ Fergal Lawler” the podcast is available on their website themusicuniverse.com. Also available on video on YouTube.
Fergal chats with journalist Buddy Iahn about Stars black vinyl release, future TTFD boxset, Cranberries career, and solo project.
A very rare video of “Linger” surfaced yesterday on YouTube. A 2-camera mix recorded in concert in Chicago on 13 November 1994 for the TV show “Image Mind Television”. This is The Cranberries only appearance on the programme.
Thanks to Churchill School Art, Music, Recreation for sharing such a gem.
During the St. Patrick’s Festival last Friday (18 March) in Dublin at Spiegeltent Beag / Festival Quarter, Noel Hogan talked with Stuart Clark of Hot Press about The Cranberries early years and their time in New York. The interview is not yet available but could be shared by Hot Press in the coming days.
The above photo was shared today by Singing Streets on their socials.
Singing Streets is an application only available for iOS in the App Store at the moment (price: €0.99 / £0.89). An Android version should be available soon.
Among over 2,000 music locations in Dublin and London to be found in the Singing Streets app, you can visit where The Cranberries played early gigs, recorded, and took iconic cover photographs.
More countries should/will be participating, find your local store here.
1. Never Grow Old
2. Schizophrenic Playboys
3. The Glory
4. What You Were
5. The Rebels
1. Daffodil Lament
2. I Will Always
3. This Is The Day
4. Astral Projections
3. I’m Still Remembering
4. You And Me
5. Waiting In Walthamstow
1. Everything I Said
3. Twenty One
Not much information for now!
There is no artwork and no tracklist yet. It might be a French release only as Amazon marked the country of origin as France and some of their other stores, like amazon.it for instance, marked it as import.
Edit: Could it be the playlist pulled together by bandmates, family and friends (to celebrate Dolores’ 50th birthday last 6 September) pressed on 2 LP… Possibly!
Label: Universal Music
Thanks to Stéphane for the links!
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.
UPDATE – NOVEMBER 10 – 4:50 PM (UTC)
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 – NOVEMBER 14
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.
Voir cette publication sur Instagram
There is no information about the vinyl color yet; and dont pay attention to the image used on recordsonvinyl.com, the black vinyl around the album cover is what they do on all their images.
The only thing for now is that recordsonvinyl.nl states from Netherlands, and bol.com states from Czech Republic. So, who’s right?
Also, will they re-use the same transparent disc released for the Record Store Day edition with slightly different credits on back cover, or will it be a brand new black (or else) vinyl edition?
Hopefully more info soon…
Pre-order is already available now. Price: €37.95 (recordsonvinyl) and €42.99 (bol)
Thanks to Barbara for the info and links!
UPDATE – NOVEMBER 26
bol.com now states BLACK VINYL
UPDATE – APRIL 7, 2022
Same for all streaming platforms.
Might be due to Adele’s new LP pressing that is currently triggering shortage – read this article from variety.com
Don’t forget tonight on The Late Late Show, ROE performing her version of “I Can’t Be With You” to coincide with the release of the album… well, not anymore!!
UPDATE – NOVEMBER 5 – 4:00 PM (UTC)
The album is now available on all streaming platforms, it was not the case earlier in the day. Ultimately the physical release does not impact the digital one anymore.
UPDATE – NOVEMBER 6
According to goldendiscs.ie the
yellow (edit: black) vinyl will be released on 28 January 2022.
UPDATE – JANUARY 29, 2022
Vinyl pushed back once again!
Supposed to be released yesterday, its new release date is now 18 February 2022, according to many websites such as goldendiscs.ie, spindizzyrecords.com…
On spindizzyrecords.com the mention yellow vinyl is back, which would indeed make more sense.
About the cd, it was released a long time ago, and still available in stores:
Yesterday evening, fans whose pictures have been selected to feature in the Hot Press “Why Can’t We?” book that documents the history of The Cranberries have been informed in an email of the good news:
Greetings from Dublin!I’m delighted to let you know that your photo will feature in thehardback deluxe copy of the Cranberries book!
Hot Press emphasizes that those fan pics will only feature on the Deluxe Platinum Edition of the book, not on the Special Gold Edition.
They also remind fans that the deadline to get the name of the people who preorder the Deluxe Platinum Edition listed as Executive Producers in the book, initially set on Sept 30th, has been pushed back so as to allow more fans to get this chance.
If you haven’t pre ordered that edition yet and want to feature on the list of Executive Producers, do it fast as they’re about to close this opportunity!
UPDATE – OCTOBER 30
Noel Hogan on Instagram
20 years ago today, The Cranberries released their fifth studio album, Wake Up And Smell The Coffee.
On this occasion, Hot Press magazine are revisiting their original 2001 review; read here.
UPDATE – OCTOBER 23
Windmill Lane Recording Studios in association with Universal Music Ireland just announced the release of their new album which features songs from classic albums recorded in their iconic studios.
The compilation album simply titled “Windmill Lane Recording Studios” includes “Zombie” among 10 classic songs and will be released on 29 October 2021 on limited edition clear vinyl.
Exclusively sold through their online shop here (pre-order available now).
Price: 33.00 euro + shipping (ROI only)
Mysterious Way – U2
Imitation Of Life – R.E.M.
Zombie – The Cranberries
All This Useless Beauty – Elvis Costello
Old Town – Phil Lynott
World Of Our Own – Westlife
Breathless – The Corrs
When A Woman – Gabrielle
She’s A River – Simple Minds
Julia Says – Wet Wet Wet
Today was the official release date for “Salvation inspired by The Cranberries” and the full album was available at midnight earlier today on all streaming platforms. A few songs were even officially posted on YouTube yesterday.
No reason given yet…
UPDATE – OCTOBER 2
Now removed from Spotify as well.