The Corrs are set to reunite next year for a massive tour across Ireland, the UK and the US.
According to the Irish Sun, Andrea, Sharon, Caroline and Jim Corr are ready to hit the road again, three years after they last toured in 2016.
An insider said: “Performing together is second nature for The Corrs. They love doing it and the reaction they get from crowds when they play.”
They last time The Corrs toured, crew members were left gobsmacked when the band of siblings turned up to venues “without a computer”.
A source told the newspaper: “All the big names use computers at their shows. The Corrs don’t need one because they are naturally in tune as a family of musicians who play all their instruments.”
“You’ve got bodhrans and drums on the low end, and fiddles and whistles on the top end. It’s an Irish wall of sound, and that’s before Jim plugs in his guitar, and the bass and keyboards which fill up all the rest of the frequencies.”
The Corrs rose to international fame in the early 90s, and sold 45 million records before going on an extended hiatus in 2006.
After working on their own solo projects for years, the band reunited in 2015 to perform at Live in Hyde Park.
After that, they released their sixth studio album, White Light, in November 2015 – and the release was accompanied by a European tour, which took place in 2016.