Glasgow-born singer Paul Quinn first emerged in the early '80s lending his deep, rich voice as a backing vocalist for Edwyn Collins and Orange Juice. After tenures with Yaz's Vince Clarke and Aztec Camera's Roddy Frame, Quinn set out for a solo career, forming a support band dubbed the Independent Group which also featured Alan Horne, the founder of the famed indie label Postcard. However, a lawsuit prevented Quinn from recording or performing live for over five years; finally, he was able to issue Will I Ever Be Inside of You in 1995. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi