'It was a very special moment, it nearly had me in tears' - Sharon Corr after first gig with siblings in a decade
The Corrs reunited for their first gig in 10 years in London this week and Sharon said it made her a bit teary-eyed.
The family band performed at BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park.
Afterwards, Sharon said it was "very special" to be back together.
"It was great, we had a blast up there, we really enjoyed playing together, the audience were absolutely amazing, they were all singing along to Runaway - which was really a very special moment. It nearly had me in tears," Sharon said.
The group, made up of siblings Andrea, Sharon, Caroline and Jim, took a break in 2005 and are now working on new material.
"We're just finishing a record right now of all new songs that we're really excited about," Andrea told BBC Radio 2.
Fans of the iconic Irish group will be glad to hear that the new record could be released within months.
"Hopefully it's very much present of what we wanted to create right now, but definitely there is some lovely Irish songs we feel are really different to what we've done before, we always incorporate the Irish where we feel is right in the music," Caroline said.
Jim said the "timing was right" for a reunion this year and Sharon added the reaction has been "beautiful".
"People were just begging us to do stuff, which is always a good thing," she added.