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The Cranberries (left to right): Noel Hogan, Fergal Lawler, Dolores O'Riordan, Mike Hogan.
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February 25, 2012 The Irish pop group's music gave a gay teenager the courage to come out to his religious family.
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February 23, 2012 After a long hiatus, the best-selling Irish pop-rock band is about to return with a new album called Roses. But if this performance at the NPR Music offices is any indication, the group isn't afraid to dip into its arsenal of early hits.
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August 16, 2007 O'Riordan gained plenty of notoriety as lead singer of the '90s alt-pop sensation The Cranberries, but with the release of her first solo album, she's looking to establish herself as a solo artist. Hear an interview, as well as an in-studio performance of the singer's old and new songs.
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