Wednesday, November 4, 2009

The Cranberries Announce Reunion Tour and Sao Paulo is on schedule early next year

Dolores O'Riordan and the original members of The Cranberries have announced that they will reform for the first time in nearly seven years for a live tour.

This tour that brings back the Irish band The Cranberries will pass through Brazil. The quartet will be in the country between the last week of January and the first of February for concerts in Sao Paulo and Rio (dates and locations hasn't been defined yet).

It is the first time The Cranberries come to Brazil, but the lead singer Dolores O'Riordan on her solo career, toured here in 2007. Dolores met the ex-members earlier this year. The group never officially announced their separation, but the musicians had not played together since 2003.

The return of The Cranberries on stage coincides with the release of the No Baggage, new solo album of Dolores. The band's official website — not yet announces coming to South America — the singer says this tour brings songs from this album and hits from the band. Also announced that the troupe is preparing new songs.

Dolores wrote and produced all the tracks of the No Baggage in partnership with Dan Brodbeck.
[source: josé norberto flesch]

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