The Avett Brothers paid tribute to Delores O’Riordan, the late lead singer of the Irish band The Cranberries on Jan. 21. The band covered The Cranberries' “Linger,” off the album Everyone Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?, which was their 1993 breakthrough release.
The Avett Brothers were performing at Louisville Palace Theater in Louisville, Ky., according to Jambase. They played the cover honoring O’Riordan twice during their three-night stand at the venue. The fan-filmed video shows the audience joining the band in song in tribute to the Irish songbird.
O’Riordan died at the age of 46 on Jan. 15, according to People. The Irish singer was found in a hotel room in Park Lane in London.
Her death was described as unexplained and the cause of death has not been announced. The inquest into her death, held at Westminster Coroner’s Court in London, has been adjourned until April 3 because the coroner is waiting for test results, according to BBC News.
The funeral mass for O’Riordan was held in County Limerick in Ireland on Jan 23, according to BBC News. Hundreds of people stood in line to pay their respects to the singer.
The Avett Brothers are currently touring the U.S. A documentary about the band, "May It Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers," by Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio, will debut on HBO on Jan. 29, according to People Country.