- None (Showcase)
LOCATION OF THE SHOW
- Cork Rock 91, Sir Henrys, Cork, Ireland
- Google Street View (no longer exists)
- Put Me Down
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- Sunny Days (1991) – Cork Rock 91
- Unknown newspaper (1991) – “Yes, the record people had to open their cheque books”
- Hot Press (1991.06.17) – “Cork Rock ’91: (Sir Henry’s, Cork)”
- theblackpoolsentinel.wordpress.com (2015.03.24) – “The Cranberries – Fab City”
- irishexaminer.com (2018.10.22) – “Memories that linger: Remembering the Cranberries visit to Cork in 1991”
- Irish Examiner (2018.10.22) – “Memories that linger”
- Unlike most of the showcases in the music industry, this one was not free (£4 admission).
- Rumor says Dolores sang almost the entire showcase with her back to the audience.
- The Cranberries possibly played a gig of 5 or 6 songs.
- Setlist is incomplete and in no particular order.
- The song “Nothing Left At All” may have been played as well.
- Duration and attendance information is unknown.
- There is no photo of the venue from that day, the above photos were taken in the 90s.
- Located on South Main Street in Cork, Sir Henry’s opened in October 1977 as a restaurant at the back of the Stardust complex on the Grand Parade. It even had a spell as a rock café selling burger-based meals in an obvious emulation of the Hard Rock Café chain. It gradually evolved as a bar, nightclub and venue for bands. The name was derived from Henry O’Shea, a baker and building owner in the South Main Street area. The venue closed in June 2003 and the building demolished soon after.
- Irish radio RTÉ 2fm recorded the (whole?) showcase and broadcast 1 song on “The Dave Fanning Show In Concert” (a special series of 4 episodes) broadcast on 3 September 1991. A second song (Dreams) surfaced for the 1st time in April 2017 during the “2fm Music Special” programme and a 3rd song (Put Me Down) was released for the first time in 2018 on the official “EEDI 25th Anniversary Edition” (which includes the other 2 songs as well).
- Siobhan Bardsley (nee O’Mahony) – show 1, 2, 3
- Siobhan Bardsley (nee O’Mahony) / Sunny Days (issue 9, June 1991) – show 4, 5
- Hot Press – advert
- The Cork Examiner (1991.05.31) – related article “It’s like stepping into a fog…”
- Galway City Tribune (1991.08.30) – related article “City band kick off new radio series on Irish rock”