Mourners Say Final Goodbye to Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan

Mourners Say Final Goodbye to Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan

Mourners Say Final Goodbye to Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan

Candles lit the streets of her native Ballybricken last evening as her coffin was brought to Saint Ailbe's church, where she once sang in the school choir.

Band member Noel Hogan arrives for the funeral of The Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan at Saint Ailbe's Church, Ballybricken.

Her niece Eileen and a long-time friend brought forward a guitar and a platinum disc award.

During the course of the mass, radio stations across the country played the Cranberries song "When You're Gone" at midday to remember her. She was 46 years of age. Maybe everyone didn't know it, but I knew it.

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"Her rise to stardom gave a huge amount of belief to young people locally at the time". She says, 'Mind yourself. "My heartfelt condolences to her family, friends and The Cranberries". "For that we sincerely thank her from our hearts", the mourners were told. He ended by hailing O'Riordan's "excellent performance in the gig of life itself".

"Her kind personality and handsome singing voice earned for her numerous admirers. We commend Dolores to the loving and tender care of our God".

Ahead of her funeral on Tuesday, the family of the Ballybricken woman arranged for her remains to lay in repose on Sunday at the same church in Limerick city where she made her First Holy Communion and Confirmation.

At the end of the service, her coffin was carried out to the sound of the Cranberries' song "When You're Gone", from their 1996 album "To The Faithful Departed".

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O'Riordan was in England to collaborate with a Los Angeles metal band on a cover of the Cranberries song Zombie . The band split in 2003, when O'Riordan briefly pursued a solo career, but then reunited in 2009.

The mother-of-three was expected to discuss its scheduled release with record label BMG while in England.

Coroner's officer Stephen Earl said O'Riordan was found unresponsive in her hotel room at the Hilton hotel in Westminster, London. The inquest will be reopened on April 3. While the singer passed away unexpectedly during a stay in London, police have said that her death is not being treated as suspicious. Artists including Duran Duran, R.E.M., Garbage, Foster the People, Liz Phair, Adele, Josh Groban and many more all took to social media to share tributes. They reunited in 2009. "I was in prison and you came to see me" - yes in you go. Oh!

On their band's website, Koretsky posted his own statement, mourning O'Riordan as "the love of my life".

Dolores was buried, beside her father, in a private ceremony in the local cemetary. The energy she continues to radiate is undeniable. In the United Kingdom, combined Cranberries sales and streams have risen by a whopping 1,134%.

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Meanwhile, fans have propelled "Linger" (No. 11), "Zombie" (16) and "Dreams" (24) back in to the Irish Top 40.

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