Toots Hits The Road This Summer
Riding the waves of ska and rock steady, Toots and the Maytals secured a historucal place at forefront of the evolution of reggae, much like Marley and his Wailers. Led by enigmatic crooner Toots Hibbert, the Grammy-winning Jamaican outfit defined the genre in their own unique way, fusing it with American R&B and Toots' soulful, lyrical vocals. The 'Do The Reggay' hitmakers hit the road on a Summer tour ahead of the rumoured release of brand new material.
A Toots and the Maytals gig is a chance to see Reggae at its most authentic. Whilst their famed frontman may be well into his 70s, he's lost none of the charisma, energy and sense of onstage fun that's fuelled a prolific and widely celebrated career. A consummate showman, Toots regularly has audiences eating out of the palm of his hand with call-and-response moments that encourage everyone to sing at the top of their lungs, as well as elaborate instrumental breakdowns that mean they'll never hear the same song twice.