Finley Quaye born 25 March 1974 is a Scottish musician. He won the 1997 Mobo Award for best Reggae act, and the 1998 BRIT Award for Best British Male Solo Artist.
He made a solo record deal with Polydor Records, and moved to New York. He began working with Epic/Sony when Polydor let him out of contract, and in late 1997 he reached the UK Top 20 twice with "Sunday Shining", and "Even After All". His reputation was established by Maverick A Strike, an adventurous but accessible album released in September 1997. It went gold less than three weeks later, and led directly to the BRIT Award victory. Maverick A Strike is now multi platinum. Two more albums were released on Epic, Vanguard (2000) and Much More Than Much Love (2004).
In 2004 the song "Dice", in collaboration with William Orbit, and featuring Beth Orton was a minor hit, helped in part by its inclusion on Music from the OC: Mix 1. This song was also used on NBC's Chuck in the episode "Chuck Vs. The Sandworm". This was a reference when The O.C. used the song.
Quaye has been living and working in Berlin since 2005.
* Finley's Rainbow White Label (1993)
* Finley's Rainbow on Black Secret Technology (1995)
* Maverick A Strike LP (1997)
* It Ain't Necessarily So on Red Hot & Gershwin (1998)
* Vanguard LP (2000)
* Caravan on Loud (2002)
* Much More Than Much Love LP (2004)
* Oranges and Lemons EP (2005)
* For My Children's Love 7" (2006)
* We Are Dreamers on Cathy Claret's Gypsy Flower (2007)
* After Tonight on La La La (2007)
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