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Cranberries Lead Singer Delores O’Riordan dies suddenly at 46!

Cranberries Lead Singer Delores O’Riordan dies suddenly at 46!

The Cranberries lead singer, Dolores O’Riordan, died Monday in London.

Dolores was reportedly in London for a recording session. A rep for the band would only say she died “suddenly.”

READ MORE: http://www.tmz.com/2018/01/15/cranberries-dolores-oriordan-dead-dies/

Mark McGrath talks his sex symbol status, Sugar Ray & Sharknado 2

Mark McGrath stops by Flashback Tonight for a funny interview to discuss his current status as a sex symbol, Sugar Ray, Extra TV and more…

Mark McGrath hilariously tries to retain his music trivia crown!

Mark McGrath from Sugar Ray hilariously tries to hold on to his Rock N Roll Jeopardy Crown by testing his knowledge once again on pop music trivia. How does he do??

Hanson family band is naming their first beer ‘Mmmhops’

When Hanson released its Middle of Nowhere album in 1996, the family band became virtually inescapable. First single “MMMBop” was everywhere, while follow-up singles “Where’s The Love,” “Weird,” “I Will Come to You,” and “Thinking of You” also helped led Nowhere to sell more than 10 million copies worldwide. Fast-forward two decades and Hanson – brothers Taylor, Zac, and Isaac still collaborate – is headlining concerts at sold-out venues around the world, while releasing a new studio album every few years. The trio is currently on the road supporting their second Christmas full-length album, the recently-released Finally, It’s Christmas.

Hanson made headlines again a few years back when the brothers launched the Hanson Brothers Beer Company and released its first beer, obviously named Mmmhops. Proving their beer business is not a one-note venture, additional varieties have since come out, including some launched at their annual Tulsa, Oklahoma, beer-and-music festival, Hop Jam Beer and Music Festival.

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