Sinéad O’Connor cancels her 2022 concerts after the death of her son – Music and Books – Culture

The Dublin artist’s representative explained in a statement that it was not an “easy” decision and thanked the “national and international promoters” for their understanding.

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The text also thanked the singer’s “friends and fans” for their “support and understanding” during “this period.” “The love shown has been a source of great comfort and peace for Sinéad,” she concluded.

Shane was found dead on January 8, having been reported missing two days earlier in Dublin. and appeals will be made to locate him.

The family lost track of him when the young man left a medical center where he was under surveillance for suicide risk.

Sinéad O’Connor, 55, took to Twitter to pay tribute to her son teenager, who had with folk singer Donal Lunny, in a message: “My beautiful son, Nevi’im Nesta Ali Shane O’Connor, the light of my life, decided to end his earthly anguish today and is now with God.”

The singer, who changed her name to Shuhada’Davitt in 2018, also posted a song by Bob Marley, which she dedicated to her son, one of four the Irish woman has had.

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Specialists emphasize that suicide deaths never have a single trigger, but are the result of psychological, biological and social factors that have treatment.

People with suicidal behavior and their relatives have at their disposal health services and emergency telephone numbers where they can receive help.


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