Dolores O'Riordan's voice can shift from lilting elegance to a powerful, cannonfire blast in moments. The power of her
vocals has always been a hallmark of indie-rock band The Cranberries, who crossed over from the U.K. scene, where they had
struggled in the early '90s, only to find success across the Atlantic in America. Their first major hit was "Linger," which
quickly spread on college radio stations.
The sound of the Cranberries has always been pretty unique. They have rock as well as quieter, contemplative songs. They
tried to earn notice when they released their first two singles"Dreams" and "Linger"in the U.K. Sadly, neither attracted
much attention to the Irish band. When they released "Linger in the U.S., however, things changed for the better.
The Cranberries became an alternative sensation in the early '90s, with their debut album, Everyone Else is Doing it,
Why Can't We? turning heads and earning rave reviews. Their follow-up, No Need to Argue, included the hit song "Zombie,"
which cemented their place on MTV. Get concert tickets for one of their upcoming live shows
today. Cranberries tickets are sure to sell out fast.