Leaving Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band to pursue a solo career, Daye found immediate success. Fueled by a double-sided 12" hit single, "Green Light" and "Pow Wow," her debut solo album, Cory and Me, attained gold status.
Set back by the collapse of disco, Daye joined Kid Creole & the Coconuts in the early '80s, singing on their 1982 album, Tropical Gangsters, and appearing as a guest vocalist on their 1995 album, To Travel Sideways.
Resuming her solo career, Daye recorded a pair of 12" singles, "City Nights" b/w "Manhattan Cafes" in 1986 and "Middle of the Night in 1987. Since the early 2000s, she has worked with writer/producer Coati Mundi. ~ Craig Harris, Rovi