With a career in music spanning 35 years, Toby has experienced both the highs and lows of the music industry.
He found fame as the front man/singer and songwriter of Little Angels who achieved significant success between 1989 and 1995.
They had 10 UK top 40 hits and a number 1 album with ‘Jam’ in 1993, then played their farewell show at The Royal Albert Hall in 1994.
From there Toby went on to have a solo career as well as fronting Eddie Clark’s Fastway, Dio’s Disciples and Gun.
He turned his hand to music production, broadcasting, collaborated on his song writing with artists such as Hugh Cornwell, Velvet Revolver and Dan Reed, and even went into the world of film and TV.
In this interview toby speaks openly about his time with Little Angels, his regrets and thoughts on why they split up and what the future could hold for them.
He shares his experiences of working on movies such as Gladiator and the Band Of Brothers Tv series and explains what happened when he met Steven Spielberg.
He talks about the point he was ready to quit the music industry for good, the people that helped him along the way and how he went on to form Wayward Sons.