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RIP Sinead O'Connor: 5 must know facts about Irish singer

Irish singer Sinead O'Connor had a significant impact on the music industry around the world and was known for her powerful writings, voice and emotive performances. Here are some facts about the Dublin-born songstress who left us on July 26.
Last Updated : 27 July 2023, 06:55 IST
Last Updated : 27 July 2023, 06:55 IST

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Singer Sinead O'Connor is known for her unique bald head look which she started maintaining in the late 1980s. She explained that her look was a rebellion against traditional notions of femininity and her identity as a woman. Credit: Facebook/@SineadOConnor
Singer Sinead O'Connor is known for her unique bald head look which she started maintaining in the late 1980s. She explained that her look was a rebellion against traditional notions of femininity and her identity as a woman. Credit: Facebook/@SineadOConnor
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Her first album 'The Lion and the Cobra' was released in 1987. The song trended worldwide and also fetched her a Grammy nomination for best female rock vocal performance in 1989. Credit: Facebook/@SineadOConnor
Her first album 'The Lion and the Cobra' was released in 1987. The song trended worldwide and also fetched her a Grammy nomination for best female rock vocal performance in 1989. Credit: Facebook/@SineadOConnor
Apart from singing, O'Connor also tried acting and appeared on screen for the first time in the Northern Irish TV film 'Hush-a-Bye Baby'. The movie centered around teenage girls during the period of turmoil known as 'The Troubles'. Credit: Facebook/@SineadOConnor
Apart from singing, O'Connor also tried acting and appeared on screen for the first time in the Northern Irish TV film 'Hush-a-Bye Baby'. The movie centered around teenage girls during the period of turmoil known as 'The Troubles'. Credit: Facebook/@SineadOConnor
O'Connor changed her name multiple times throughout her life, including to Magda Davitt in 2017 and later to Shuhada' Davitt, after embracing Islam in 2018. Credit: Facebook/@SineadOConnor
O'Connor changed her name multiple times throughout her life, including to Magda Davitt in 2017 and later to Shuhada' Davitt, after embracing Islam in 2018. Credit: Facebook/@SineadOConnor
O'Connor was married four times and had four children -- Jake, Roisin, Shane, and Yeshua. Credit: Facebook/@SineadOConnor
O'Connor was married four times and had four children -- Jake, Roisin, Shane, and Yeshua. Credit: Facebook/@SineadOConnor
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Published 27 July 2023, 04:26 IST

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