Caroline Corr – Wikipedia

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Caroline Georgina Corr MBE ( bear 17 March 1973 ), known to fans as the “ Chick with the Stick ”, [ 1 ] is an irish singer and drummer for the Celtic family rock band The Corrs. In addition to the drums, Corr plays the bodhrán, cajón, percussions and piano. The Corr siblings were appointed honorary MBEs in 2005, in recognition of their music and charitable work which has raised money for the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle, victims of the Omagh Bombing and other charities. [ 2 ] [ 3 ]

biography [edit ]

Corr was born on St. Patrick ‘s Day ( national day of Ireland ) in Dundalk, County Louth on the east seashore of Ireland, 50 miles north of Dublin, to Jean and Gerry Corr. [ 4 ] [ 5 ] Corr has four siblings : an older sister Sharon Corr, older brother Jim Corr and a younger sister Andrea Corr. Older brother Gerard was killed when he was only three years old in a road accident before she and her sister Andrea were born. Andrea discussed the devastating death with Ryan Tubridy on The Late Late Show aired by RTÉ Entertainment. [ 6 ] Caroline was brought up in a Catholic family and was sent to the same school, Dun Lughaidh Convent, as her sisters. Her parents played ballads and folk tunes in local bands, and formed their own band called “ Sound Affair ”. [ 7 ] [ 8 ] Jean spill the beans and Gerry played the keyboards and they performed covers of songs by diverse celebrated bands. [ 9 ] Caroline and her siblings were exposed to music from a very young old age, and travelled with Jean and Gerry to gigs in the class car. Caroline was taught the piano by her beget Gerry at a very early old age like her other siblings. She besides learnt the bodhrán by watching videos of traditional irish musicians playing it. The violin was primitively intended for Caroline to play but she showed no interest and alternatively Sharon took up violin lessons. Caroline learned to play the drums with the serve of a former boyfriend who gave her lessons. From then on her drum skills were self teach. [ 10 ] She performed No Frontiers, a traverse of a Jimmy MacCarthy sung, on The Corrs Unplugged along with her sister Sharon. [ 11 ] In 2020, Corr was separate of an irish collective of female singers and musicians called “ irish Women in Harmony “, that recorded a adaptation of Dreams in aid of the jacob’s ladder SafeIreland, which deals with domestic pervert which had reportedly risen significantly during the COVID-19 lockdown. [ 12 ]

career [edit ]

Caroline Corr playing Cajon at 02 Arena London - 23/01/2016 Caroline Corr performing separate of the acoustic set of the White Light go at London ‘s 02 Arena on 23 January 2016. Caroline played the Cajon during this contribution of the set number .

personal life [edit ]

Corr married Frank Woods, a property developer and boyfriend of many years, on 22 August 2002, in Majorca, Spain. [ 13 ] Their first child, Jake Gerard, was born on 12 February 2003. The name Gerard pays court to their late buddy, Gerard, who was hit by a car while retrieving a football in the road. [ 14 ] Their first gear daughter, Georgina, was born on 11 October 2004. This led to Corr taking some time off from the band ‘s activities. On 1 December 2006 she gave birth to a girlfriend, Ryanne Andrea, the couple ‘s third child. The couple separated in October 2020. [ 15 ]

Honours and awards [edit ]

In April 2002, she was awarded the Rory Gallagher Musician Award at the Hot Press Irish Music Awards held at held at the BBC ‘s Blackstaff studios in Belfast. [ 16 ]

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