- “The Cranberries” singer Dolores O’Riordan will be buried alongside her father’s grave in Ireland on Tuesday
- Dolores was found dead in a London hotel on Monday morning during a recording trip to London
- Her death is not being treated as suspicious
“The Funeral Mass for the late Dolores O’Riordan… former member of the Cranberries will take place in the Church of Saint Ailbe, Ballybricken, at 11.30am on Tuesday 23 January followed by private family burial.”
Dolores’ remains will lie in state at a funeral home near her home town of Limerick before Tuesday’s private service that will be attended by an approximately 200 family members and friends.
The 46-year-old vocalist of the 90’s hit Irish rock band was found dead in a London hotel on Monday.
The London police said in a statement that the singer’s death “is not being treated as suspicious”.
Police also confirmed recently that a report is being compiled to hand to the coroner’s office to investigate the possible causes of Dolores’ death.
Dolores Mary Eileen O’Riordan (born 6 September 1971) catapulted to fame in 1993 when songs from their debut album were picked up by the MTV. The Cranberries’ timeless hits included “Linger” “Zombie” “Ode to My Family” “Dreams” and many others.