It all began with Wim Wenders’ “Musica Cubana”. The movie, which was released in 2004 and screened in eighteen countries, tells the tale of a young Cuban band which rose to global stardom. And now what was fiction in the film seems to be happening for real. Under the name of The Sons of Buena
Maggie Reilly has covered vast musical ground. From the jazz/funk of Cado Belle, her collaboration with Prog rocker Mike Oldfield. Duets with Jack Bruce (Cream) and Dave Gilmour (Pink Floyd) as well as a collaboration with the goth-rockers Sisters Of Mercy followed. Guiding her through early nineties Euro pop and her thoughtful solo albums of the last decade.