Sharon meanwhile is best known for being one-quarter of the iconic Irish pop-rock band The Corrs
, alongside siblings Andrea, Caroline and Jim.
The collection features some of the biggest names in music, including Maroon 5 (She Will Be Loved), Nelly Furtado (I'm Like A Bird), Natalie Imbruglia (Torn) and The Corrs
"repeatedly refused to pay" Perkins the same amount that her predecessor earned, the lawsuit alleges.
Somewhat annoyingly, parenthood appears to have been very kind to The Corrs
. Unlike their fans, they don't seem to have aged a day or put on an ounce in weight.
are coming to Liverpool as part of their comeback tour
Her excitement is understandable when you realise just how firmly rooted with her siblings she was in The Corrs
, the family band who defined a time and captured a sense of place in their internationally renowned and multiaward-winning Celtic rock-pop fusion.
Amid the usual media speculation -- giant family feuds, bust-ups and arguments reported as reasons for a split -- The Corrs
announced they were on hiatus in order to concentrate on raising their respective families.
But John, who turned The Corrs
into world superstars, feels that they will have to go abroad to make it big.
Violin player Sharon Corr
, who attended the ceremony at the British Ambassador's residence in Dublin along with her siblings, lead singer Andrea, drummer Caroline, and guitarist Jim, said it was great to have both their music and charitable work recognised by another country.
- from left, Caroline, Sharon, Jim and Andrea - receive their honorary MBEs from the British Ambassador to Ireland, Stewart Eldon
' blend of traditional Irish music and pop has seen them sell more than 30million records worldwide
"It's a side of The Corrs
I suppose we've neglected of late.