The Corrs

The Corrs are a pop/rock quartet of siblings hailing from Dundalk, Ireland, who enjoyed considerable popularity in their homeland until a lucky break in 1994 when the US ambassador asked the band to perform live at the 1994 World Cup in Boston. They subsequently performed at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, and in doing so secured themselves a fan base in the US. After supporting Celine Dion on her 1996 tour, they released their debut album 'Forgiven, Not Forgotten' to considerable acclaim. The following year the band entered the UK mainstream with their 1997 release 'Talk On Corners' - selling over 2.9 million copies - and topped the UK charts with their 2000 single 'Breathless'. The group have since returned to their folk routes, resulting in diminished success abroad, but maintaining a devoted following in Ireland. Their fourth studio album 'Borrowed Heaven' was released in 2004 and garnered a number two position in the UK Albums Chart. 'Home' followed a year later, with a touching dedication to their late mother and the Irish folk songs on which she brought them up. In 2006 the band announced a hiatus during which time they would work on individual projects. After almost ten years of varying successes in solo work, The Corrs reunited with the release of their sixth record 'White Light'. The album managed number eleven on the UK Albums Chart and produced the singles 'Bring On the Night' and 'I Do What I Like'. Album number seven quickly followed in the wake of their return, with 'Jupiter Calling' being released in 2017.

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