O’Riordan’s unexpected death at the age of 46 was the subject of an inquest made public Thursday. And the late musician’s Cranberries bandmates released a statement honoring her legacy upon
Updated | Dolores ORiordan, lead singer of Irish band the Cranberries, died suddenly in London at age 46, her publicist Lindsey Holmes said Monday.. ORiordan was in London "for a short recording
The Cranberries front woman Dolores ORiordan died in January by drowning due to alcohol intoxication, an inquest at Westminster Coroners Court has heard.
What was Dolores ORiordans cause of death? A report by coroner Shirley Radcliffe revealed that Dolores died by drowning due to alcohol intoxication. The pop star, who was found dead in her hotel
Dolores Mary Eileen ORiordan was an Irish musician, singer and songwriter. She was the lead vocalist for rock band The Cranberries from 1990 until they disbanded in 2003, later reuniting with her band in 2009, which she led until her death in 2018. Her death caused the Cranberries to disband for the second time. ORiordans first solo album, Are You Listening?, was released in May 2007 and was followed up …
On 25 August 2009, while promoting her solo album No Baggage in New York City on 101.9 RXP radio, ORiordan announced the reunion of the Cranberries for a world tour.
She made a cameo appearance in the Adam Sandler comedy Click, released on 23 June 2006, as a wedding singer performing an alternate version of The Cranberries "Linger", set to strings.
ORiordan remained in the band until her unexpected death on 15 January 2018.
In 2005, she appeared on the Jam & Spoons album Tripomatic Fairytales 3003 as a guest vocalist on the track "Mirror Lover".