“I’m 43 years old,” says Sharon Corr MBE, matter-of-factly. “I don’t see what I have to gain by lying about my age.
“I also don’t like the message that it sends out – that I should be ashamed because I’m ageing. I never want my daughter to think that somehow she’s failing because she’s ageing.”
Sharon Corrs’ first solo album, “Dream of You” is probably as close as you can get to a brand new Corrs album. Unlike her sister’s-produced , which flirted with synth pop and electronica, doesn’t stray too far from ’ template, featuring a mixture of radio-friendly choruses, Celtic strings, and -inspired soft rock.
Indeed, the haunting instrumental opening track, “Our Wedding Day,” picks up where their last studio album, 2005’s more traditional, left off, while lead single “It’s Not a Dream” is a simple but gorgeous love song that could easily have been taken from the hugely successful .
s’ light, airy vocals, unsurprisingly similar to her sibling’s, do little to dispel the comparisons Includes fantastic duets with Spanish Grammy-winner and and 6x Grammy winner Jeff Beck
It will definitely appease fans waiting for another dose of traditional Irish pop/rock. Her music is flawless and her voice is like and angel
Includes 2 top 50 hit singles and and reached the top 100 in 6 countries