CORRS

AcronymDefinition
CORRSCentral Ohio Radio Reading Service (Columbus, OH)
CORRSCommanding Officers Readiness Reporting System
CORRSColumbus Ohio Radio Reading Service
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The Birmingham-based family of McAlpine sisters Tracy, Lisa and Caroline and cousin John have recreated the sound and look of The Corrs and perform at Bedworth Civic Hall following a tour of Europe, the Middle East and Australia.
We can laugh about the audition for the film now,' says lead singer Andrea, who is surrounded by a sea of candles in the VH1 studio as part of filming The Corrs Day, which is being screened on August 3.
They have sold over 55 million albums (that's the Corrs, not the Nolans).
If the Corrs do break through, they will follow in the footsteps of Irish rock giants U2, who brought the Emerald Isle to prominence in the States some 25 years ago.
Despite having a similar sound to The Corrs, the girls Laura, 16, Marie, 19, Sinead, 21, and Sharon, 24, don't like being compared with the Co Louth megastars.
The Corrs continue at the NEC on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
And The Corrs are also given the same price to put an offer on the property which comes complete with a swimming pool and tennis court.
He also adds that extra texture to the overall Corrs close -harmonies and their four-piece backing band.
The Corrs have come a long way in the last 10 years, and playing two gigs at the Point in Dublin this summer will no doubt be a fantastic experience for all who see it.
HIGH NOTE: The Corrs at Belfast's Children in Need concert; GUEST: Bryan;CLUBBER: Kerry
Brother and sister, Jim and Caroline Corr, present their own special programme, featuring the best in Celtic music, with songs from Enya, U2, Paul Brady and Clannad.
There were no problems with Andrea's singing, however, and, sporting designer stage clothes (Versace, John Rocha, Cyane Kingston and Marc O'Neill) the band look set to take over that highly profitable middle market currently inhabited by the likes of Cel ine Dion - ironically, the artist with which The Corrs toured and got their big break.