Cranberries Singer’s Death ‘Not Suspicious’ | Music News


The death of The Cranberries idyllic lead singer Dolores O’Riordan is “not being treated as suspicious” says a spokeswoman for Scotland Yard today. The Irish-born singer was staying in London at the Hilton Hotel on Park Lane and was due to record a cover of the hit “Zombie” with rock group Bad Wolves. The singer was only 46 and her death has come as huge shock to fans and friends alike.


She was pronounced dead at the scene by police at 9:05 am, Monday morning.


Dolores O’Riordan was renowned for her unique and distinguished voice especially after the aforementioned song “Zombie”, which was an angry response to an IRA bombing in Warrington that killed two young children.


Heartfelt tributes to the singer have been pouring in since Monday and it is starkly apparent that she will be sorely missed by fans young and old with her distinctive voice echoing, thrillingly through the music industry for a long time to come.


Below are just a few of the tributes paid on twitter by some of the world’s biggest names, including her fellow bandmates:






Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like