Maggie Reilly has had a varied career that stretches back over thirty years. She first came to prominence with the Scottish band Cado Belle releasing a well respected album and EP while fronting the band From here Maggie went on to find herself in demand as a session singer working with artists such as Morrissey Mullen, Hamish Stuart and Kokomo. Her next career move was perhaps to be the one many people remember her for. Having heard her sing Mike Oldfield invited Maggie to join his band for his 1980 tour. Following this tour Maggie sang on the album QE2 and subsequently joined Oldfield's band full time singing on the albums Five Miles Out and Crises and the hit singles Moonlight Shadow and To France from the album Discovery. Following a short break in order to concentrate on her family Maggie continued to work as a solo artist and also work with many other artists on a number of varied projects including legends like Jack Bruce, Dave Gilmour and Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd fame), Mike Batt, George Harrison and Andrew Eldridge's Sisters Of Mercy. Maggie Reilly's solo albums have included the albums Starcrossed, Echoes, Midnight Sun, Elena, Save It For A Rainy Day and the Best of Compilation There And Back Again Looking Back Moving Forward is the latest album from Maggie and the follow up to the 2006 album Rowan. The album contains re recordings of some of the key songs in Maggie's career alongside new recordings. Once again Maggie has collaborated with her former Cado Belle keyboardist Stuart MacKillop making this the ninth album they have worked on together since that first Cado Belle album in the seventies. Tracks include, It's A Lovely Day, To France, Stone's Throw From Nowhere, Moonlight Shadow, Family Man, Everytime We Touch and True Colours.