Belfast Telegraph

Comeback is a runaway success for The Corrs

By Staff Reporter

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.

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