The Corrs expected to launch music comeback – 10 years and 45m records later
DUNDALK band The Corrs are expected to announce a music comeback, a decade after their last album.
The sibling supergroup are working on a new album together in London, according to The Sun.
Over the last decade some of the group have taken time out from the spotlight – both Andrea and Sharon also launched solo careers.
The band became a worldwide sensation in the 1990s, with smash hits including ‘Runaway’, ‘Breathless’ and ‘So Young’.
Brother Jim said in 2009 that he was sure the band would re-unite at some point in the future.
“I’m sure that some time in the future, when the time is right, The Corrs will get back together”.
At the peak of their fame the band toured Europe, the US and Australia.
They are widely regarded as the biggest Irish band after U2 – having performed for Pope John Paul II, Nelson Mandela and two American Presidents.