Andrea Corr was born in Dublin, Ireland. She was raised in Donegal, Ireland. And she is still very much a student of life and music. She has made several musical contributions to various groups and also served a term as an MLA (Queen’s Counselor) in Ireland. Additionally, Corr gained popularity as a solo artist, performing with various groups such as The Jesus and Mary Chain, The National, Porcupine Tree, The Firmbone Society, Ester Viorst, The Strandtones, Ash Tree, Heart Full Hanging Trees, The O’Jays, The Specials, Mice Law, Rixton, A Chordata and many others.
Andrea Corr was a multi-talented performer throughout her career. She is primarily known for being an Irish singer and songwriter. She has been noted for being one of the most versatile and imaginative talents that emerged from Ireland’s folk music tradition. She has been described as a “fairytale singer with fantastic harmonies”. She has gone on to have a successful recording career, releasing numerous well-received albums, most notably, Blue, Rain, Sky and Sea, and as a solo artist, released a number of singles, including We Are Not Alone, Here Comes The Sun, Nothing Ever Fails, A Boy And His Dog, You Are My Sunshine, I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles, Hotel California, Hymn To Me, Little Star, Home, Lilies Of The valley and A Time To Kill.
Additionally, Corr has also been known to be a master of ceremonies as an actor, singer, dancer and gardener. She did voiceover work for numerous movies, including Finding Nemo, Finding Dory and An Aquaman Christmas Special. In addition, Corr also served as a contestant on Dancing With The Stars, playing the role of Jasmine in the episode “Make Out” as well as in the spinoff episodes, “Pilot”, “epsomah” and “The Beach”. She has also appeared in a couple of independent films, including the movie adaptation of The DaVinci Code and is currently linked up with the upcoming movie The Wolfman.
Andrea Corr Measurements
|Figure Measurements||33-24-34 in|
|Body Size||33 inches|
|Waist Size||24 inches|
|Hips Size||34 inches|
|Shoe Size||6.5 (US)|
|Height||5′ 1″ / 1.55 m|
|Weight||54 kg/ 119 pounds|
The world may never be the same again thanks to Andrea Corr. Her unique take on the Irish culture and her amazing singing talents have brought her the unique opportunity of a lifetime, being catapulted from the entertainment scene into an overnight sensation as a performer on MTV worldwide. As a performer, Corr has achieved great success, being nominated for Grammys and winning over the hearts of her audience both at home and on the road. Aside from her own music, Corr also released a string of hit singles, most notably, Welcome, White Horses, I Lie Again and Take Me Home. Her most recent release, I See The Light has been previously sold out and is available via iTunes.
So where did this sensational singing sensation come from? Where was it that brought about the incredible career that Andrea Corr is enjoying today? What made her rise to fame? It really all begins back in the late nineties when she was discovered by members of the British Royal Family who were performing at a talent show in their honor. They instantly fell in love with Corr and invited her to perform at their concerts in the future.
Now, Corr tours all over the world with her Irish family band, which is made up of members Peter Conroy (guitar/vocalist), David Conroy (bass), John Butler (drums) and Lee Crabb (guitar). They have been entertaining audiences from Canada to the United Kingdom. Aside from her amazing voice, Corr is also known for her amazing looks as a performer as her looks match the Irish culture. Her long brown hair and blue eyes have made her one of the most sought out celebrities in the music scene.
The band has also been able to make an album that has sold millions of copies worldwide. One of the highlights of The Ballad of Breakout was the duet between Conroy and Butler on the lead vocal track. The song, “Dead Man’s Trill,” was certified platinum and became the band’s first number one hit. It also became their first album to top the charts in over twenty countries.
For many people, Ten Feet High and above are a genre unto itself. While it is still debatable as to whether or not The Ballad of Breakout was successful or not, many will agree that the track and album have become a huge success around the world. The band is still touring and planning future tours, but will not be making any more records. In addition to the original cast of characters, Corr has added Steve McQueen, ex-Rajah of the Blackstreet gospel group Sugar, to the group.