R.I.P. Dolores O’Riordan of The Cranberries
Written by admin on January 15, 2018
The Limerick Leader website announced that at the age of 46, Dolores O’Riordan, known for his performances in The Cranberries, died. The party referred to an anonymous informer who had said:
She was 46 years old. The singer of the Irish band The Cranberries was with the band for a short session in a studio in London. At the moment, we do not know any additional details.
As far as the official cause of death is not given, the social media of the band are also silent. Apparently, the singer was found in a hotel room in London.
The Cranberries band played widely understood rock music, and gained the greatest publicity thanks to the timeless hit “Zombie”.
Dolores Mary Eileen O’Riordan was born on September 6, 1971 in the Irish city of Limerick. In 1990, she headed the band The Cranberries, with which she debuted three years later with the album “Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can not We?”. The album reached the top of the Irish and British charts. The real success, however, came only with the release of “No Need To Argue” released in 1994, which reached multiplatino outlays all over the world and brought such hits as “Zombie” and “Ode To My Family”.
The group was successful throughout the 1990s, but in 2003 it announced the suspension of operations. Dolores released two solo albums (“Are You Listening?” From 2007 and “No Baggage” from 2009), and then she returned to the reactivated group. Since then, The Cranberries have released two more albums: “Roses” was released in 2012, “Something Else” in March 2017.