Comeback is a runaway success for The Corrs
The Corrs have started to enjoy the fruits of their 2015 comeback with the cash pile at their music firm climbing to more than £270,000.
The Grammy-nominated siblings, one of Ireland's most successful acts ever, released their first studio album in a decade, 'White Light', at the end of 2015.
To celebrate their return, they embarked on a lengthy world tour and last summer played to a packed crowd at Belsonic in Belfast.
New accounts filed by the band's entertainment company, Coppice Ltd, show its cash pile increased from £244,000 to £270,000 in the 12 months to the end of 2015. The amount owed by debtors also increased from £16,200 to £135,000.
The firm's accumulated profits during 2015 increased marginally, from £150,500 to £152,000.
The Corr siblings - Andrea, Sharon, Caroline and Jim - have released six studio albums as a group and others as solo artists.