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Jessie (Dog)

Breed: Cockapoo

Caroline Corr has a Cockapoo named Jessie that gave birth to a litter of puppies in October 2020.

Caroline Corr

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March 17, 1973 (50)

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Caroline Corr is an Irish musician, best known as the drummer and a backing vocalist of the Celtic folk rock band The Corrs. Alongside her siblings, she gained international fame in the 1990s and early 2000s, contributing significantly to the band’s unique blend of traditional Irish music and pop rock.

In her role with The Corrs, Caroline played an integral part in the creation and performance of several successful albums. Their debut album, “Forgiven, Not Forgotten” (1995), was a significant breakthrough, followed by “Talk on Corners” (1997), which became one of the UK’s best-selling albums of all time. Her musicianship extended beyond drumming to playing the bodhrán, piano, and contributing vocals. The band’s album “In Blue” (2000) further showcased her versatility, featuring the hit single “Breathless,” which achieved widespread acclaim.

Caroline’s career has been marked by collaborations with numerous artists and producers, enhancing the band’s musical diversity and appeal. Working with producers like David Foster and Mitchell Froom, The Corrs developed a sound that resonated globally. Collaborations with artists such as Bono from U2, and performances with legendary musicians like Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones, have underscored her status in the music industry. Her work with Jean-Paul Maunick of Incognito and contributions to the 1999 charity single “No Frontiers” (with Jimmy McCarthy) further highlight her collaborative efforts.

The Corrs, including Caroline, have received several awards and recognitions for their contributions to music. They won a BRIT Award for Best International Group in 1999, and their album “Talk on Corners” was the highest-selling album in the UK in 1998. The band was also honored with an MBE for their outstanding contribution to music and charity in 2005.