With influences ranging from African folk melodies and desert blues to jazz, pop, reggae, funk and soul, this musical polyglot is a force to be reckoned with.
Frequently Asked Questions
” With his wide-ranging voice, virtuosic guitar work, and knack for songwriting, Amonafi repositions Daby as a force to be reckoned with.” – Songlines
Afropop singer-songwriter Daby Touré is now based in Montreal and has a new album in the works for a 2019 release. Touré has shared the stage and studio with everyone from pop superstar Peter Gabriel, Algerian singer-songwriter Souad Massi, Italian folk adventurer Enzo Avitabile, African-American bluesman Skip McDonald, French pop icon Maxime LeForestier and Israeli-African collaborative The Touré-Raichel Collective.
While his father and uncles formed the pioneering Afropop band Toure Kunda, Touré has always followed his own musical path, with influences ranging from African folk melodies and desert blues, to jazz, pop, reggae, funk and soul. Blessed with an open mind and an explorer’s spirit, Touré’s catchy songs are as likely to appeal to fans of African stars Habib Koité and Youssou N’Dour as they are to followers of Bob Marley, Paul Simon and Stevie Wonder.
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