Stream Amanda Palmer And Jhereck Bischoff’s Covers Of The Cranberries

The music world is still reeling from the sudden death of The Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan at age 46 on January 15th. Tributes have poured in from bands and fans near and far to the iconic 1990’s vocalist and her band. Now cabaret punk Amanda Palmer and her occasional co-conspirator Jhereck Bischoff have released Quartet for Dolores, a charity single. The release dropped via Bandcamp and includes the classics ‘No Need To Argue’ and ‘Zombie’. All proceeds from the purchases go to Chernobyl Children International, a charity Dolores ardently supported.

 

From Amanda Palmer’s Bandcamp:

100% of proceeds from digital downloads go to Chernobyl Children International (www.chernobyl-international.com), a charity close to Dolores’ heart. read more about the making of these songs and support the creation of MORE ART on Patreon: www.patreon.com/posts/quartet-for-no-16600841

CREDITS:

vocals: amanda palmer

background vocals on “no need to argue”: zoe boekbinder

quartet arranged, produced, and recorded by jherek bischoff

strings:

violin: paris hurley

viola: marta sofia honer

cello: aniela marie perry

upright bass: jherek bischoff

song mixed and mastered by jherek bischoff @ Elbo Studios in Los Angeles vocals recorded by mike napalitano @ ani difranco’s in New Orleans, Louisiana