Fans of Cranberries lead singer Dolores O'Riordan will remember her today on the first anniversary of her death.
She was found dead in the bath of a London hotel on 15 January 2018, and her untimely death at just 46 shocked music fans across the world.
Her band mates Noel and Mike Hogan and Fergal Lawlor have released the first song from their new album entitled 'In the End' to mark the anniversary.
In a message posted on Facebook, the band said the vocals had been recorded by Dolores throughout 2017 and the band felt, after consulting her family, that this would be a very meaningful way to remember her and her work.
A year gone but never forgotten.— RTÉ 2FM (@RTE2fm) January 15, 2019
Today we remember #DoloresORiordan x 💜
We've found a lost 2FM session recorded with the late Gerry Ryan in 2002.
Chats & 8 unplugged tracks!
We'll be playing them throughout the day.https://t.co/d0lef3IyMB
Fans are expected to gather to remember her and sing her songs at Ormston House in Limerick city today.
Memorabilia, including posters and old black and white photos from the band’s early career were presented to Mayor James Collins from the Music, Memories and Memorabilia collection, the personal collection of Nicky Woulfe gathered over the past four decades.
The Cranberries will be conferred with honorary doctorates by the University of Limerick on Friday and a posthumous doctorate will be given to Dolores' family.
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