Sharon Corr

Sharon Corr

Sharon Helga Corr (born 24 March 1970, Dundalk, Ireland) is a musician and member of the Irish pop-rock band The Corrs along with elder brother Jim and younger sisters Caroline and Andrea. She plays the violin, piano and guitar, and sings backing vocals. She began learning the violin when she was six years old. She has played in national youth orchestras and is qualified to teach the violin. The Corr siblings were awarded honorary MBEs in 2005 by Queen Elizabeth II in recognition of both their musical talent and their charitable work raising money for Freeman Hospital in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, victims of the Omagh Bombing, and other charities. Sharon Corr wrote the Corrs hits "So Young", "Radio", "Long Night" and "Goodbye", as well as the instrumentals "Silver Strand" and "Rebel Heart", the last of which was used as theme music for the television miniseries of the same name.



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