Death of Cranberries' Dolores O'Riordan not suspicious, police say

Dolores O'Riordan with her mother at her father's funeral in 2011

Dolores O'Riordan with her mother Eileen at her father's funeral in 2011

Dolores visited the World Cafe in the summer of 2007, just after releasing her first solo album that May.

The official Cranberries website cited, "medical reasons associated with a back problem" preventing singer Dolores O'Riordan from performing.

O'Riordan reportedly died "suddenly" in London, where she had travelled for a short recording session. "She sounded full of life, joking and excited to see me and my wife this week".

O'Riodan had opened up in the past about her struggles with depression saying in an interview with the Irish News in 2017 "the death of my father and mother-in-law was very hard".

The coroner for Westminster is now leading the investigation into the sudden death of the mum-of-three at the Hilton Hotel on Park Lane on Monday.

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Police had initially treated her death as "unexplained" but have since said it was "non-suspicious".

The New York-based singer had travelled to London to record a new version of her track Zombie with rock group Bad Wolves.

Existing members Mike and Noel Hogan and Fergal Lawler snapped her up and together they became The Cranberries, increasingly becoming known for O'Riordan's distinctive wailing voice. The song is the band's most played single on their Spotify account, with 155,402,008 listeners.

On Monday a publicist for Dolores confirmed the singer had died.

Dolores had a way of drawing you in through her voice, with Irish accent fully and proudly displayed. "I thought she was probably a bit exhausted after the flight or something".

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"The world has lost a true artist today", that band posted on its Twitter account.

She told the Metro: "There are two ends of the spectrum - you can get extremely depressed and dark and lose interest in the things you love to do, then you can get super manic". "The news of her passing is devastating and my thoughts are with Don her ex-husband, her children, and her mother".

Her most recent project was the band D.A.R.K, which she formed with her boyfriend Ole Koretsky and former Smiths bassist Andy Rourke. Either way, Dolores is considered by many as a focal point of the rock music scene in the 1990s.

Plans are being made for her funeral, expected to take place in her native Limerick.

Her family, she said, were her "salvation". "Ode to My Family" is about her parents and her childhood in Limerick, and is a " a paean to the simple old days and the warmth and security of family life".

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