musician/overdubs

 

5 out of 5 stars

"Perfect summer soundtrack

Solid gold instrumental reggae - glorious summer listening. Supertalented multi instrumentalist doing her own thing - highly recommended."

 

amazon customer review

 

 

"BIG UP SARAH TOBIAS

 

*****YOU HAVE JUST GOT TO COME AND LISTEN TO THIS LADY PLAY LIVE..."

 

live review

 

 

"Love it....You're a legend"

 

remote recording session client 

 

 

 

Gwaan Sarah! You're the best!

 

S. Cadogan

 

 

 

Keep on doing what you're doing... When you get into the music, and blow that horn, Sarah, you give the music wings and it flies on the wind...

 

D. Barker

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sarah Tobias's Album is available in

 

London, England at Body Music, Massive International, Hawkeye, Peckings, Rockstone, Turnstyle, & Supertone.

 

Kingston, Jamaica at Derrick Harriot's.

 

By post -10 pounds (+P&P if outside UK) paypal.me/sarahsax

 

On CD and download from: https://sarahtobias.bandcamp.com/releases

 

Also available on download from

itunes

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/stronger-every-day/id1087064126

 

Amazon

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01C4WUF9C/ref=dm_ws_sp_ps_dp

 

CDBaby

https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/strongereveryday

BIO

 

Sarah Tobias- Musician/Overdubs.

Musician - saxophones, flute, clarinet, backing vocals, currently most notable in reggae music.

Overdubs engineer recording horns, vocals, and voiceovers.

 

 

Over the past few years she has played live shows with artists including Big Youth, U Roy, Janet Kay, Carroll Thompson, Susan Cadogan, The Pioneers, The Aces, Derrick Morgan, The Cimarons, Dave and Ansel Collins, Owen Gray, Rhoda Dakar, Neville Staple and Roddy Radiation (ex Specials), Tippa Irie, Levi Roots, Lloyd Brown, and with Christopher Ellis supporting Damien Marley. As well as party bands Havana Nights and Motown Nights. Also she played live on Kool FM radio in Kingston Jamaica with Dennis Alcapone and Winston Reedy, on BBC London Robert Elms show with Susan Cadogan, and on David Rodigan's BBC 1Xtra show with Lloyd Brown. As well as recording horns for many artists including Sanchez, Lukie D, Luciano, Dave Barker, Ansel Collins, Mafia and Fluxy. More gigs coming up this year with Johnny Osbourne, Tippa Irie, The Pioneers, as well as solo performances... 

 

She has played many styles including salsa, son, ska, reggae, merengue, hi-life, hip hop, house, lounge, rock, orchestral pop... She also has dabbled in various other instruments .

She also has several production and co-production credits under her belt.

Played in her current hometown London, at venues including The Jazz Cafe, The O2, Royal Festival Hall, Royal Albert Hall, The Roundhouse, The Scala, Hammersmith Apollo, Hackney Empire, The British Film Institute, Fabric, Barbican, Ocean, the V & A, The 100 Club, Ronnie Scott's, Ministry of Sound, and was the first live musician to play the Miniscule of Sound...

English events she has played at include Glastonbury, Boomtown, Latitude, The Big Chill, Notting Hill Carnival, Boss Sounds, The London International Ska Festival, One Love Festival, Secret Garden Party, Shambala, Skamouth, British Independent Film Awards, Bestival...

She has played in Britain, Ireland, Spain, France, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Italy, Sicily, Poland, Austria, Denmark, Lithuania, Louisiana, Texas, Bahrain, Ghana, Gambia, Jamaica, the Caribbean Sea and Russia.

 

As well as the traditional stage settings, and with DJ's on the dance floor, Sarah has played in art galleries, in street bands, in shop windows, on boats, cruise ships, and buses, on a steam-powered merry-go-round, in the middle of a lake, under the trees, on hilltops, strapped in a chair up in the air, as a party walkabout as pop up sax in a bin, and at all kinds of special events and ceremonies...