Dolores O’Riordan, the lead singer of The Cranberries, died suddenly on Monday (Jan. 15) in London. She was just 46.
Details surrounding her death are unclear, other than band members telling TMZ that she died “suddenly.”
Dolores was reportedly in London for a recording session.
The Cranberries released seven albums with Dolores as the lead singer, landing two global hits in the 1990s with “Linger” and “Zombie”.
Dolores eventually branched out to pursue a solo career, releasing two albums as a solo artist, but reunited with The Cranberries in 2009. They had planned a tour last year, but cancelled due to Dolores suffering some back pain.
Dolores is survived by three children.
She split from her husband of 20 years in 2014.