Inquest into Dolores O'Riordan's death has been adjourned until April

Dolores O'Riordan: coroner waiting for tests on cause of death

The inquest into the death of Dolores O'Riordan has been adjourned until April

"To all those who follow and support Irish music, Irish musicians and the performing arts her death will be a big loss".

Father James Walton, the parish priest from her hometown, recently said her funeral would take place in Ballybricken in County Limerick, Ireland.

London's Metropolitan Police force said officers were called just after 9 a.m. Monday to a hotel where a woman in her 40s was found dead. "It feels like we're compelled to have her work continue on through us".

Earl revealed that O'Riordan had been found in her hotel room unresponsive on Monday morning and was declared dead at the scene. "My friend, partner, and the love of my life is gone", he wrote.

He added: "A post-mortem has now been carried out and the court is awaiting results of various tests that have been commissioned".

Dan Waite, who was involved in the collaboration between her and Bad Wolves, said: 'She was looking forward to seeing me in the studio and recording vocals.

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(Radio.com) The music world was shaken by the sudden death of Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan earlier this week.

An inquest to determine the singer's cause of death is taking place at Westminster Coroner's Court. Police are not treating the death as suspicious. I recall with fondness the late Limerick TD Jim Kemmy's introduction of her and The Cranberries to me, and the pride he and so many others took in their successes.

The Cranberries shot to fame with their 1993 debut album "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" after the hit song "Linger" was picked up by MTV.

Zombie, released in 1994, was one of The Cranberries' best-known hits, and O'Riordan had been due to sing for a cover with Bad Wolves when she died.

"We are devastated on the passing of our friend Dolores", her bandmates said in a Facebook post.

O'Riordan is survived by her three children - Taylor, 20, Molly, 16, and Dakota, 12 - with her ex-husband, former Duran Duran tour manager Don Burton.

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