Toots and the Maytals




Reggae and Ska founding fathers Toots and the Maytals bring the summer spirit with a performance of classics from across their back catalogue.

Releasing their first album in the early 60s, Toots and the Maytals quickly established themselves as leading purveyors of the Reggae sound, and were pivotal in popularising the genre beyond Jamaica. Their take on the style, drawing on Funk, Rock, Soul and even Country revolutionised not only Reggae, but influenced countless others – indeed, their instantly recognisable songs, such as 'Pressure Drop', 'Monkey Man' and '54-46 Was My Number', have been covered by artists like The Clash, The Specials and Amy Winehouse.