Cranberries still making some very juicy profits
The Cranberries continue to make music – and profits after more than two decades in the music business, writes Gordon Deegan. New figures lodged by the Irish bank's firm, Curtain Call Ltd, show that the firm's accumulated profits jumped to over €320,000 last year. Boosted by the revenues generated by the band's sixth studio album, Roses in February of last year, the band's cash pile jumped to €235,059.
Pictured above is lead singer Dolores O'Riordan.