'The Voice' Runner-Up Ruby Leigh Shows Her Range with an Impressive Cover of a Classic Cranberries Song.

The Voice's runner-up Ruby Leigh continues to captivate people around the globe. She built a name for herself as a country singer throughout the event.

However, new recordings have shown that she has a larger range than previously thought. She's posted a version of Green Day's "Good Riddance" and a video of herself performing a Def Leppard classic.

She most recently shared a rendition of The Cranberries' "Linger".Leigh did not include anything in the post's caption. Instead, she decided to let her musical gift speak for itself.

In the video, she strums her own acoustic guitar and sings a bittersweet ballad. The young singer nails the song, sounding as similar to the original vocal delivery as possible.

The late Dolores O'Riordan was The Cranberries' lead singer and lyricist. Her voice was distinct and immediately recognizable. 

Anyone who has attempted to cover or sing along to one of the band's songs understands how tough it is to emulate her vocal delivery. 

This is especially true for her smooth shifts into higher registers. In short, Leigh's ability to emulate O'Riordan's delivery adds to her already remarkable performance.

"Linger" was released as the second single from the Cranberries' 1993 debut album Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We. The song became their first huge hit, charting in Ireland, the United States, and the United Kingdom.

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