The Cranberries lead singer Dolores O’Riordan has died in London on the age of 46, a press release from her publicist has confirmed.
The Irish musician fronted the vastly profitable 90s band, and was in London when she died.
An announcement from her publicist stated: “The lead singer with the Irish band The Cranberries was in London for a brief recording session.
“No additional particulars can be found at the moment.”
It added: “Relations are devastated to listen to the breaking information and have requested privateness at this very tough time.”
Irish rock band Kodaline had been among the many first to pay tribute to the Zombies singer.
Kodaline wrote on Twitter: “Completely shocked to listen to concerning the passing of Dolores O’@Riordan! The Cranverries gave us our first huge help once we toured with them round France years in the past!
They added: “Ideas are along with her household and buddies.”
Singer Frank Turner additionally wrote on Twitter: “Oh lord. Not Dolores O’Riordan. Grew up singing Cranberries songs. Tragic information.”
The Cranberries offered 40 million information worldwide, and had 4 US Prime 20 albums, with single Linger touchdown at quantity eight within the US.
Zombie rose to quantity three within the Irish charts, and stays the band’s best-known tune.
In 2017, the group introduced they had been heading again on tour, together with dates in Europe, the UK, and the US.
Nevertheless, The Cranberries had been pressured to cancel the rest of the European dates because of O’Riordan’s well being points, which she attributed to her again issues.
The singer suffered from bi-polar dysfunction and was embroiled in a felony investigation after an air rage incident in 2014, nonetheless she was spared a conviction.
She has three youngsters along with her ex-husband, Don Burton, the previous tour supervisor of Duran Duran, and the couple break up in 2014.