The music industry pays tribute to The Cranberries' Dolores O'Riordan

Andre Paine

The music industry has paid tribute to Dolores O’Riordan, as The Cranberries’ catalogue returns to the charts following her sudden death. She was 46.

Signed to Chris Blackwell’s Island Records, the band from Limerick broke in the US with Linger in 1993. No Need To Argue (1994), their second album, has sold around 17 million copies globally and is certified three times platinum in the UK.

Barney Cordell, the A&R manager who signed the band, recalled seeing them play in ...

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