- 17 Aug 21
The legendary singer would have turned 50 this year.
Limerick and Clare Youth Project are putting on a tribute for Dolores O'Riordan called "Young Dreams", which will feature a series of music workshops for children and a showcase for young artists aged 18-25.
Taking place on what would have been The Cranberries frontwoman's 50th birthday, the event will celebrate her legacy in her hometown of Bruff, Co. Limerick.
A new recording of the childrens' music from the workshops will also be live-streamed on the day. Young singer/songwriters looking to take part can contact Monica Spencer on her email of [email protected]
Meanwhile, Hot Press has recently announced the first major book about The Cranberries, WHY CAN’T WE? – The Story Of The Cranberries and the band’s iconic front-woman Dolores O’Riordan (As Told Through The Pages Of Hot Press) is available for pre-order.
Curated by Deputy Editor Stuart Clark, the book will chart the rise of the Limerick band in a biography fully endorsed by the members of the band and the estate of Dolores.
Dolores O'Riordan sadly passed away in 2018. The Cranberries, were best known for hits such as 'Zombie', 'Linger' and 'Dreams', selling over fifty million albums.
You can pre-order the book here: