Dolores O’Riordan’s Boyfriend Olé Koretsky Shares Heartbreaking Post Following The Cranberries Singer’s Death

Gone, although not forgotten.

Olé Koretsky, Dolores O’Riordian’s bandmate along with boyfriend, penned a heartbreaking message following The Cranberries along with D.A.R.K. singer’s unexpected death.

“My friend, partner, along with the love of my life is usually gone. My heart is usually broken along with beyond repair. Dolores is usually beautiful. Her art is usually beautiful. Her family is usually beautiful. The energy she continues to radiate is usually undeniable. I miss her so much,” Koretsky expressed in a statement on D.A.R.K.’s website of which week. “I will continue to stumble around of which planet for some time knowing well there’s no real place for me here today.”

Koretsky had last shared a pic of the two of them together on brand new Year’s Day. “NYE: take away, TV, pajamas 😳👻,” he wrote.

Andy Rourke, a band member in D.A.R.K. along with The Smiths, also expressed his condolences.

“I am heartbroken along with devastated by the news of the sudden along with unexpected passing of Dolores,” Rouke shared. “I have truly enjoyed the years we spent together along with feel privileged to call her a close friend. the item was a bonus to work with her in our band D.A.R.K. along with witness firsthand her breathtaking along with unique talent. I will miss her terribly. I send my love along with condolences to her family along with loved ones.”

the item’s with overwhelming sadness of which D.A.R.K. has announced the death of Dolores O’Riordan who passed away suddenly at the age of 46 in London, England on January 15, 2018. Dolores is usually also known for being the lead singer of successful Irish rock band the Cranberries. “I am heartbroken along with devastated by the news of the sudden along with unexpected passing of Dolores,” said band mate along with member of The Smiths Andy Rourke. “I have truly enjoyed the years we spent together along with feel privileged to call her a close friend. the item was a bonus to work with her in our band D.A.R.K. along with witness firsthand her breathtaking along with unique talent. I will miss her terribly. I send my love along with condolences to her family along with loved ones.” Band mate along with partner Olé Koretsky adds, “My friend, partner, along with the love of my life is usually gone. My heart is usually broken along with the item is usually beyond repair. Dolores is usually beautiful. Her art is usually beautiful. Her family is usually beautiful. The energy she continues to radiate is usually undeniable. I am lost. I miss her so much. I will continue to stumble around of which planet for some time knowing well there’s no real place for me here today.” Born on September 6, 1971, Dolores first rose to prominence with band The Cranberries with the Discharge of platinum-selling debut album Everyone Else is usually Doing the item, So Why Can’t We? in 1993 which yielded the worldwide hits “Dreams” along with “Linger.” With seven albums as the Cranberries, two solo albums, along with one album for D.A.R.K., Dolores leaves a rich legacy along that has a wealth of breathtaking recordings. At the time of her passing, she was in London, working on a mixing session with Martin Glover / “Youth” for the follow-up to Science Agrees which hopes to see a future Discharge as of which might have been Dolores’ wish.

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The Cranberries co-founder Noel Hogan also spoke out about O’Riordian’s death, writing about her life along with legacy for Rolling Stone. “Dolores’ legacy will be her music. She was so passionate about the item. There are songs I hear today of which we wrote over 20 years ago, along with I see along with hear people singing along with them,” he concluded a lengthy, heartfelt message. “There are only a few artists who get to have maybe one song they are remembered by. Dolores has so many. the item’s a great legacy.”

O’Riordian died suddenly in London, England, on Monday at the age of 46. In a statement to ET, the musician’s rep said of which she was in London “for a short recording session.”

“The lead singer with the Irish band The Cranberries was in London for a short recording session. No further details are available at of which time,” the statement read. “Family members are devastated to hear the breaking news along with have requested privacy at of which very difficult time.”

Shortly after her death, a spokesperson for the police said Westminster officers said in a statement of which the “Linger” singer’s death is usually “not being treated as suspicious. A report will be compiled for the coroner.”

For more on O’Riordian’s life along with career, watch below.

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