Andrea Corr
By Tina Calder
Photo by Fabrizio Belluschi

IRISH singer Andrea Corr has revealed her siblings The Corrs could be in line for an early return to the stage or studio.
The Dundalk songstress recently went solo after bandmates Sharon, Jim and Caroline decided to take a break from the music industry to spend with their new families.
She said: “We started the band when I was 15 and it’s an awful lot of years.
“It wasn’t that I wanted to break away and do a solo project I was really happy in The Corrs and obviously I’m very proud of what we’ve done and hopefully the records we will do in the future.
“But everybody was either pregnant or had new babies and that’s not where I am in my life right now and it seemed to be catching.
“Caroline started it all and then it seemed to happen to everybody.
“I think there’s something in the air, it spiraled out of control and our poor manager has gone very grey.
“So I decided I’ve got nothing else to do, I was offered a solo record deal about a couple of Corrs albums previously and I had no need to go for it.
“When everyone started having children I decided I’m supposed to do this now, push myself out of my comfort zone and be brave and do my own record”.
But this week the star, who is promoting her debut solo album Ten Feet High, revealed that her brother and sisters are missing the music buzz and could be persuaded back onto stage before they had planned.
“If we feel inspired to do another record or a concert, I’m sure we’ll do it. I know the others miss it” she said, adding: “I didn’t want to take a break from making music.
“I do feel it’s a truly blessed existence to work at something you’re so passionate about.”