Corrina is a Dublin based singer-songwriter named after the Bob Dylan song. She was raised in Africa until she was five where she was always singing and dancing. As History and English were her favourite subjects she decided to pursue Law and Business in UCD. She completed her degree with honours but knew musically with new compositions coming into her head that her future would not be in the financial or legal fields.
She recorded her first demo in 2006 and "Help Me Out" reached the top ten in the unsigned download charts. She then auditioned and was chosen to front rock outfit Suneva and improved and honed her performance technique in venues like Whelans, The Village and The Twisted Pepper.
Since 2010 she has been working on her debut album. Her track "Invisible" (produced by Paul Murphy) came top 20 out of 1000 entries on the RTE show The Hit. She plans on releasing her first single "Dark Room" on 9th November 2012, a song she wrote about the Fifty Shades of Grey novel and recorded by Joe Chester (The Coronas, Ryan Sheridan, Mundy)
She now has a full band behind her including Stephen Gallagher (lead guitar), Mark Bradley (rhythm guitar), Barry Grace (keyboards), Ciarán Daly (drums), Siobhan Kelleher (violin) and Catherine Devitt (backing vocals). Corrina and her band have already played a number of high profile gigs supporting The Shoos album launch in Whelans and playing the 1500 capacity Dicey Reillys on Arthur's Day. The debut single launch party for "Dark Room" will take place in Whelans on the 7th November. She is excited to unveil the rest of her debut album to the public early in 2013.
Corrina has also just been shortlisted out of hundreds of artists as one of the top 25 hottest new acts in Leinster, Ireland for the Arthur's Day Play on the Day competition in association with Hotpress, 2 FM and Guinness. She has also been nominated in three categories at the first offical Music Review Unsigned Awards as best female, best pop act and best single. Her debut single "Dark Room" has been awarded four stars by MRU magazine.