Andrea Corr on music, memoirs and the joy of ignoring emails
Thirty years after the Corrs took their first steps on their way to selling millions of records, Andrea Corr has written a memoir of her life and career that dwells on the small moments rather than the big ones
Andrea Corr lets out a belly laugh. “How do you deal with having your kids constantly?” she says, repeating my question, slowly and deliberately. “The constancy of your children. That’s funny. We’re not allowed to say that!”
She starts laughing again, although she’s far too loyal to her two children to issue so much as a squeak of complaint in their direction.
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