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Origen:
Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Décadas:
1970-present

Maggie Reilly (born 15 September 1956 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a Scottish singer best known for her collaborations with the composer and instrumentalist Mike Oldfield. Most notably, she performed the vocals on the song Moonlight Shadow, which was an international hit in 1983. Reilly first came to prominence as a member of the 1970s white-soul outfit Cado Belle, and released one album with them in 1976.

She is best known for her collaborations with the composer Mike Oldfield between 1980 and 1984, especially by co-writing and performing the vocals on "Family Man" and other tracks on the album Five Miles Out (1982), "Moonlight Shadow" (1983), "Foreign Affair" (1983), and "To France" (1984).

In 1992, she issued her debut solo album Echoes, from which the singles "Everytime We Touch", "Tears in the Rain" and "Wait" were the most successful. A series of solo albums were released over the next seventeen years.

She has also worked with many other artists, including Mike Batt (on his Hunting of the Snark album), Jack Bruce, Dave Greenfield & Jean-Jacques Burnel, Nick Mason & Rick Fenn, Michael Cretu, Lesiëm, Ralph McTell, Simon Nicol (of Fairport Convention), Stefan Zauner (of Münchener Freiheit), Runrig, The Sisters of Mercy, and Smokie.

Maggie and song writing partner Stuart MacKillop are collaborating (2009) with novelist and screenwriter Tom Stevens on a movie project entitled 'Lilith: the last temptation of Adam'. Maggie and Stuart are writing the movie soundtrack which will also be released on CD. Maggie Reilly Fan Site Maggie, Stuart and Tom Stevens together with Pauline Richards are part of Green Chapel Films movie production company.