The Corrs The Corrs were a revelation in the nineties with a blend of rock and traditional Gaelic or Garlic as I wrote in my notes due to autocorrect, which gives them a unique sound as well as aroma.


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The Magic Numbers As the lights dimmed, violins strummed and the particularly dapper Magic Numbers made their way to the stage to serve the small band of seated fans up an acoustic treat, it seemed that the venue, the artists and the set they were about to embark on, were the perfect marriage. Nice one promoters. What immediately strikes you with the softly, well-spoken Numbers is their angelic, somewhat perfect three-way harmonies. Haunting and mesmerising are two adjectives which spring to mind.


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