Message thread:
SteveW - Why weren't the Corrs more popular in the US? 16-Jan-2020 03:27:36
CSCfan - In order to achieve more succes, there was only one option: stay in the US for a longer period of time. 16-Jan-2020 17:03:20
MentariS - That makes sense, I always find it curious too... 17-Jan-2020 07:52:03
dave - They spent a lot of time in the US, and toured extensively. Their music was possibly 18-Jan-2020 13:52:38
Wendy - I assumed their music didn't appeal to US audiences... 18-Jan-2020 23:30:23
CSCfan - Delta's 'Born To Try' was also a moderate hit in Europe, but she's considered as a 'one hit wonder' here (unfortunately) (n/t) 19-Jan-2020 20:23:26
Wendy - Maybe because Delta was on Neighbours! She's had a lot more hits in Australia... 20-Jan-2020 14:28:12
SteveW - Delta Goodrem 22-Jan-2020 12:18:02
Steverino - Good points made by everyone. The U.S. market is tough to break from the 'outside'. 21-Jan-2020 22:35:07
SteveW - Brilliant analysis, Steverino. Thanks so much for postimg. (n/t) 25-Jan-2020 17:31:21
Steverino - Thanks, Steve. I watched some of the Grammys a few weeks ago... 09-Feb-2020 19:24:40
SteveW - I know what you mean, Steverino. 10-Feb-2020 03:37:47
dave - Interesting that you mention Robbie Williams Steverino, he is married to American Ayda Field 26-Jan-2020 15:31:23
Steverino - I suspect you're exactly right about that, Dave. (n/t) 09-Feb-2020 19:26:53
Mark - Because it's not crap? :) (n/t) 22-Jan-2020 02:48:12
Wendy - Is Coldplay big in the US? (n/t) 22-Jan-2020 11:54:18
DrFunkenstein - Yes, Coldplay is one of the most popular British bands here in the US! I personally prefer Keane to Coldplay... (n/t) 10-Feb-2020 18:57:26
 

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