Remembering Dolores O’Riordan & THE PASS

I don’t remember the year however I remember the scene vividly. I was at Griffith Park park in Los Angeles with my friend Helen and my dog Ceasar, a handsome sheltie dog and he was playing and running around and he got very close to a few people sitting down near us. I yelled out to him to come back to me, and then the woman in the crowd spoke out with a very melodic heavy Irish accent –  “Ceasar, Ceasar.” She then said, “He is lovely!” As he ran back to us my friend said in a very docile tone, “That’s the lead singer from The Cranberries.” I heard her voice from that day on,  and often times mimicked it when calling my boy! So for me, Dolores O’Riordan was much more than just a great pop voice,  she was one of the most distinct voices I ever heard call out my dear companion’s name, “Ceasar, Ceasar”. I can hear her today…still.

ThePass_London_logoOn another note, I am starting to introduce THE PASS to a few key people in London. So far, so good…more to follow as the story continues.  Fall/winter 2018! If you can dream it, you can do it!

Published by denise marsa

Denise Marsa, originally born in Trenton, New Jersey, has been writing and producing music for decades. She is an award winning singer/singer and producer.

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