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Christine Collister (born 28 December 1961) is a Manx folk, blues and jazz singer-songwriter. She was born and grew up on the Isle of Man and first came to public attention in 1986 as the singer of the theme song for the BBC's television adaptation of Fay Weldon's book The Life and Loves of a She-Devil.
Prior to this, in 1985 she became a permanent member of the Richard Thompson Band, serving both as a backing vocalist, and also singing with Thompson on many songs which had been previously performed as duets with ex-wife and former collaborator Linda Thompson. Over a period of four years, Collister took in several world tours with Thompson, after which came seven years working and romantic involvement with singer, songwriter and guitar player, Clive Gregson. During this period, the couple released five albums, starting with their first and most successful album, Home and Away. After being unavailable for some years, all were re-released on CD around 2010.