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Dolores O’Riordan, singer for The Cranberries, has died on the age of 46.
Her publicist confirmed the information to BBC Information.
“The lead singer with the Irish band The Cranberries was in London for a brief recording session,” an announcement from the publicist learn. “No additional particulars can be found presently.”
The assertion continued, “Members of the family are devastated to listen to the breaking information and have requested privateness at this very tough time.”
In response to an announcement obtained by The Guardian, the singer handed away “all of a sudden” on Monday.
Per the band’s web site, The Cranberries have been fashioned in Eire in 1990 and have bought greater than 40 million albums worldwide. In reality, the web site claimed the group bought greater than 15 million albums within the U.S. alone. The band’s songs embrace “Zombie,” “Goals” and “Linger.”
The group—which additionally consists of guitarist Noel Hogan, bassist Mike Hogan and drummer Fergal Lawler—took a six yr hiatus and reunited in 2009 for a North American tour. In a message through the band’s Twitter account, the three artists wrote, “We’re devastated on the passing of our buddy Dolores. She was a unprecedented expertise and we really feel very privileged to have been a part of her life from 1989 after we began the Cranberries. The world has misplaced a real artist immediately. Noel, Mike and Ferdal.”