Andrea Corr Net Worth

Others




Andrea Corr’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Andrea Corr was born on 17 May, 1974 in Dundalk, Ireland. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Andrea Corr’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

Popular As N/A
Occupation N/A
Age 47 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 17 May 1974
Birthday 17 May
Birthplace Dundalk, Ireland
Nationality Ireland

What is Andrea Corr’s net worth?

Andrea Corr’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Andrea Corr is 47 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

Andrea Corr Social Network

Instagram Andrea Corr Instagram
Linkedin
Twitter Andrea Corr Twitter
Facebook Andrea Corr Facebook
Wikipedia Andrea Corr Wikipedia
Imdb

Early Life: Source Wikipedia

2015

In an interview with Chris Evans in June 2015, Andrea confirmed that The Corrs were working on a new album and would play the BBC Radio 2 ‘Live in Hyde Park’ festival. Their sixth studio album, White Light, was released on 27 November 2015, and was accompanied by a world tour.

2012

On 30 November 2012, Corr lent her support to Kate Winslet’s Golden Hat Foundation together with Tim Janis, Sarah McLachlan, Loreena McKennitt, Hayley Westenra, performing on “The American Christmas Carol” concert in Carnegie Hall.

Corr married Brett Desmond on August 21, 2009. Sharon Corr and Caroline Corr sang “No Frontiers” at the wedding, and Damien Dempsey, Sharon Shannon, Seamus Begley, and Corr herself also performed on stage in the church. In November 2011, Corr’s first pregnancy was announced. Corr gave birth to daughter Jean on 28 April 2012, and son Brett Jr. on 4 January 2014.

2011

With the others, Corr has released six studio albums, two compilation albums, one remix album and two live albums. Andrea has also pursued a solo career, releasing her debut album, Ten Feet High, in 2007. The album moved away from the sound of the Corrs and features a dance-pop sound. Her next album, released on 30 May 2011, was entirely made up of covers of songs that were important to her when younger.

2010

She played the title role in Jane Eyre by Alan Stanford at the Gate Theatre in Dublin which opened on 9 November 2010.

On 10 October 2010, Corr, amongst others, contributed to the Kirsty MacColl tribute concert held at Shepherd’s Bush Empire to commemorate MacColl’s birthday and raise money for charity. She also wrote and sang the song ‘Oh Brother’ on the album ‘Music of Ireland – Welcome Home.’

2008

Corr also partook in a tribute single to the late member of The Dubliners, Ronnie Drew. Called “The Ballad of Ronnie Drew.” The song was released on 19 February 2008 and was performed by a number of famous Irish musicians. This included members of U2, Sinéad O’Connor Christy Dignam of Aslan, Robert Hunter of the Grateful Dead, who wrote the song, Kíla, Christy Moore, Moya Brennan, Shane MacGowan, Bob Geldof, Damien Dempsey, Gavin Friday, Iona Green, Jerry Fish, Paul Brady, Paddy Casey, Mick Pyro, Mundy, Chris De Burgh, Ronan Keating, Jack L, Eleanor Shanley, Mary Black, Declan O’Rourke, Mary Coughlan, Joe Elliott of Def Leppard The Dubliners themselves and The Chieftains. The single was written to originally include Ronnie himself but was changed to be a tribute to him as his health was declining. Proceeds from sale of the single went to The Irish Cancer Society at the request of Drew himself. The song was performed live on The Late Late Show aired by RTÉ Entertainment on 22 February with Ronnie Drew in attendance as an audience member, and entered the Irish Single Charts at No. 2.

2007

While her siblings were on hiatus to raise their families, Andrea launched a solo career. She released her first album, Ten Feet High, on 25 June 2007. It was produced by Nellee Hooper, who has worked with Gwen Stefani and Madonna; Bono was an executive producer. Her first single, “Shame on You” was an up-tempo pop song about men and women going to war and leaving behind partners they may never see again. It received positive reviews from music critics; IndieLondon described the song as a “slick package” that was “polished, well produced and with a message that’s difficult to ignore”. Losing Today’s David Adair gave the song a strong review, writing that Corr’s vocals were “crisp and uplifting”. Liverpool’s Daily Post gave the song a three-star rating, commenting that it was “deceptively upbeat”, which masked its “heavier message about conscription and war”.

2005

Andrea is involved in charitable activities. She has played charity concerts to raise money for the Pavarotti & Friends Liberian Children’s Village, Freeman Hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, the victims of the Omagh bombing in Northern Ireland and The Prince’s Trust in 2004. She is an ambassador for the Nelson Mandela’s “46664” campaign, raising awareness towards AIDS in Africa. During the Edinburgh Live 8 on 2 July 2005 The Corrs performed “When the Stars Go Blue” alongside Bono to promote the Make Poverty History campaign. Along with her siblings, she was appointed an honorary M.B.E. in 2005 by Queen Elizabeth II for her contribution to music and charity.

Andrea Corr and her siblings have played charity concerts to raise money for the Pavarotti & Friends Liberian Children’s Village, Freeman Hospital in Newcastle, the victims of the Omagh bombing in Northern Ireland, and The Prince’s Trust in 2004. They are also ambassadors for the Nelson Mandela’s “46664” campaign, where they performed live to raise awareness towards AIDS in Africa. During the Edinburgh Live 8 on 2 July 2005 The Corrs performed “When the Stars Go Blue” alongside Bono to promote the Make Poverty History campaign. In recognition for their charity performances, The Corrs were made Honorary Members of the Order of the British Empire in 2005 by Queen Elizabeth II.

2003

In 2003, Andrea recorded “Time Enough For Tears”, a song written by Bono and Gavin Friday for the film In America. This track was featured on The Corrs’ 2004 album Borrowed Heaven. Borrowed Heaven was dedicated to their late mother, Jean, and their father, Gerry. The band also dedicated their 2005 tribute album Home to their deceased mother. The band covered many traditional Irish songs taken from their mother’s songbook to commemorate their 15 years as a band.

Corr resumed her acting career in 2003 where she was cast as Anne in The Boys from County Clare. The film was not a commercial success, but she won the Film Discovery Jury Award for Best Actress in the US Comedy Arts Festival and was nominated for Best Actress in the IFTA Awards. During the Corrs’ hiatus she was featured in the 2005 film The Bridge and the 2006 film Broken Thread. Corr appeared as Christina in the play Dancing at Lughnasa staged at The Old Vic theatre in London from February until May 2009 .

1997

Following on from the success of their debut album, they released Talk on Corners and In Blue in 1997 and 2000 respectively. Originally Talk on Corners met with lukewarm success, until a remix version was released, when it topped the charts in many countries, and reached platinum status in the United Kingdom and Australia. In Blue moved towards mainstream pop, placing heavy emphasis on electronic synthesisers. It was successful, and was No. 1 in its first sales week in the UK, Ireland, Australia, Germany, Switzerland, and Austria and debuted at No. 2 in France and Norway. It climbed to the top position during its second week in Sweden and Spain.

1991

Andrea Corr entered the film industry in 1991 with Alan Parker’s film, The Commitments where she had a speaking part as Sharon Rabbitte. In 1996, Parker was directing the film version of the rock opera Evita which starred Madonna. He was so keen on having Andrea in the film that he cast her as Juan Peron’s mistress, where she performed part of “Hello & Goodbye”. Corr provided the singing voice for Kayley, opposite Bryan White (Garrett) in Warner Brothers’ first fully animated film, 1998’s The Quest for Camelot.

1990

In 1990, Corr and her siblings formed a quartet called The Corrs. Their career launched in 1991 when they auditioned for the film The Commitments in which Andrea gained a speaking role as Sharon Rabbitte. John Hughes noticed the quartet when they auditioned for the movie, and agreed to become their manager. The Corrs signed with Atlantic Records in 1995 and travelled to North America to record their debut album Forgiven, Not Forgotten. The album featured six instrumental selections among its Celtic-influenced tracks. When released, it was successful in Ireland, Australia, Japan, and Spain. The album reached platinum status in the United Kingdom and Australia, and quadruple platinum in Ireland, which made it one of the most popular debuts by an Irish group.

1974

Andrea Jane Corr MBE (born 17 May 1974) is an Irish musician, songwriter and actress. Corr debuted in 1990 as the lead singer of the Celtic folk rock and pop rock group The Corrs along with her three elder siblings Caroline, Sharon and Jim. Aside from singing lead vocals, Corr plays the tin whistle, the ukulele and the piano.

The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia articles.The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.