segunda-feira, 1 de junho de 2009

The Cranberries Reunited

As has been widely reported now, The Cranberries reunited for a very short set this past January in Dublin, Ireland. Noel Anthony Hogan and Michael Gerard Hogan joined Dolores O'Riordan on stage to celebrate Dolores becoming an Honorary Patron of Trinity College's Philosophical Society. After a brief interview, the three band members - who haven't been on stage together in almost six years - performed versions of "Linger", "Ordinary Day" from Dolores' first solo album, and "Zombie". This gathering has of course prompted rumours of a reunion, to which Dolores has responded, "Definitely down the road, but not right now because we’ve all got kids and babies. You can’t really do both – be on the road all the time and be a good parent. To bring kids into the world, you need to be there for them. I’m really enjoying taking things at my own pace.”Dolores will be releasing her second solo album, No Baggage? in May of 2009

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