Home » R.I.P. DOLORES O’RIORDAN (1971-2018)

R.I.P. DOLORES O’RIORDAN (1971-2018)

by MythofRock

Another great loss comes to immerse us in sorrow. This time we heard the sad news that Dolores O’Riordan, the singer of The Cranberries, died today, January the 15th. She passed away unexpectedly in London, where she had been for a recording session. Until now, there are no details about the cause of her death. She was only 46-years old.

The distinguished singer/songwriter, born on September 6, 1971, in the Ballybricken area of County Limerick, Ireland, gained success with the rock band The Cranberries, especially with the album “No Need To Argue”, which has sold about 17 million copies worldwide. O’Riordan’s voice was unique and highly recognizable, and her songs so beautiful and strange (for example, everybody knows “Zombie”, The Cranberries most popular song). The band took a break in 2007, and O’Riordan followed a solo career (her first solo album, “Are You Listening?” was released in 2007, followed by 2009’s “No Baggage”). The Cranberries reunited in 2009. She was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

Rest in Peace, Dolores …  


You may also like

Leave a Comment

The reCAPTCHA verification period has expired. Please reload the page.