The Corrs have joked that they could follow in the footsteps of the Rolling Stones – and keep making music well into their old age. Irish...
Not So Young now: The Corrs vow to keep performing until they are breathless
Irish siblings Andrea, Jim, Caroline and Sharon Corr are back together after a decade away from the limelight.
Having released new album White Light, they are mid-way through a world tour – and in June they will headline summer concert series Nocturne at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire.
Looking three decades into the future, lead singer Andrea, 41, joked: “Instead of a tour bus, we’ll have an ambulance and defibrillators.
“We’ll do the concert seated the whole time, some of us from the bed.”
The Rolling Stones, led by 72-year-old Sir Mick Jagger, are still going strong after over 50 years and have just finished a tour of Latin America.
She also highlighted another “amazing” singer: “Madonna, still flying. I mean, God knows, she might do it at 70.”
“Which is so inspiring,” drummer Caroline, 43, added.
The four siblings took 10 years away from making music together to focus on starting families.
The Corrs now have eight children between them, who are “so excited” to see their parents play together, Jim said.