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Corrs set European agenda

by Alexa Williamson
LiveDaily Staff Writer

LONDON--The Corrs have announced a 29-date European tour to support the release of their latest album "In Blue." The major outing will begin in Hamburg, Germany, on Oct. 31. The U.K. leg of the tour begins at London's Wembley Arena, for three nights, on Dec. 20.

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"In Blue," the Corrs' third studio album, debuted at No. 1 when it was released in the U.K. this summer. "Irresistible," the second single from the album, is due in Britain on Oct. 23.

Sibling foursome Caroline, Andrea, Sharon and Jim Corr first formed their Irish folk pop act in 1991, and gained popularity outside of their homeland after being invited to perform at the World Cup soccer championship in Boston in 1994.

The Corrs released their first album "Forgiven Not Forgotten" through East West Records in 1996. "In Blue" is the follow-up to 1997's "Talk on Corners," which chalked up the highest number of sales in Britain that year.

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    [Note: The following tour itinerary has been provided by artist and/or tour sources, who verify its accuracy as of 17-Oct-2000. Changes may occur before tickets go on sale. Check with official artist web sites, ticketing sources and venues for late updates.]

    31 - Hamburg, Germany - Sporthalle

    1 - Hannover, Germany - Stadionsporthalle
    3 - Rotterdam, Holland - Ahoy
    4 - Paris, France - Zenith
    6 - Zurich, Switzerland - Hallenstadion
    7 - Milan, Italy - Palavobis
    8 - Dusseldorf, Germany - Philipshalle
    10 - Brussels, Belgium - Forest National
    12 - Frankfurt, Germany - Festhalle
    13 - Berlin, Germany - ICC
    15 - Vienna, Austria - Stadthalle
    16 - Munich, Germany - Olympiahalle
    18 - Stockholm, Sweden - Globe

    20-22 - London, England - Wembley Arena

    9, 10, 12 - Birmingham, England - NEC
    15, 16 - Exeter, England - Westpoint Arena
    18, 19 - Glasgow, Scotland - SECC
    21 - Aberdeen, Scotland - Exhibition Centre
    22 - Newcastle, England - Telewest Arena
    24 - Sheffield, England - Sheffield Arena
    25 - Nottingham, England - Nottingham Arena
    27, 28 - Manchester, England - MEN Arena
    31 - London, England - Royal Albert Hall
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published: 17-Oct-2000

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