Somehow, the Corrs remain a fairly obscure entity in U.S. pop culture, and radio has been a real wet noodle with its lack of savvy in elevating the star of this Irish family-style quartet, which maint

Somehow, the Corrs remain a fairly obscure entity in U.S. pop culture, and radio has been a real wet noodle with its lack of savvy in elevating the star of this Irish family-style quartet, which maintains superstar status overseas. But there are enough fans in the know to make Live in Dublin a successful venture between Atlantic Records and VH1, which aired the performance, recorded in January at home in Wicklow, Ireland. This is a group that sharpened its skills early during the past decade as a live act, and its joyous harmonies, signature vocal imprint, and pride in its musical roots shimmers throughout the set. Guest stars Bono —who duets on "When the Stars Go Blue" and "Summer Wine"—and Ron Wood add to the festivities. While live albums seldom do much to accelerate careers, fans will take delight.—CT