Noel Hogan Of The Cranberries Chats To Fergal D'Arcy About The Grammys And A New Documentary

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It's been less than a year since the music world lost one of it's most unique voices. The singularly talented Dolores O'Riordan passed away back in January of 2018 and since then in Ireland and across the world people have reflected on her amazing contribution. Noel Hogan from the band spoke to Fergal D'Arcy about their recent Grammy Nomination, a documentary that is in the works and more poignant memories of Dolores and the band. And according to Noel, if Dolores was alive to get The Grammys news: "She would have loved the nomination, she really would" We are humbly honoured with the news that our final album “In the End” has been nominated for a 2020 Grammy in the category of Best Rock Album. It’s a fitting tribute to Dolores and her truly amazing talents. She would be immensely proud.@RecordingAcad pic.twitter.com/AyYQfJxbFX — The Cranberries (@The_Cranberries) November 20, 2019 Amazing news and get this, Zombie is close to a BILLION VIEWS!!! It's been less than a year since the music world lost one of it's most unique voices. We're getting closer to a billion! https://t.co/44TnMXD6RO #ZombieToABillion pic.twitter.com/Gt2CP1yrdd — The Cranberries (@The_Cranberries) November 18, 2019

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