Toby Smith

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Toby Smith
Background information
Birth name Toby Grafftey-Smith
Born (1970-10-29) 29 October 1970 (age 44)
Origin London
Genres Funk, jazz-funk, acid jazz, R&B, soul, pop, rock, funk rock, dance, dance-pop, electronic, disco, house
Occupation(s) Keyboardist, songwriter and music producer
Instruments Keyboards
Years active 1992-Present
Labels EMI (1993–present)
Associated acts

Jamiroquai (1992–2002),

The Hoosiers

Toby Smith (born Toby Grafftey-Smith, 29 October 1970, London) is a musician, most famous for being the keyboardist and co-songwriter for Jamiroquai[1] from 1992 up to 2002.

Smith left Jamiroquai on 29 April 2002 during the Funk Odyssey tour. The reasons stated were that he wanted more family time, he was suffering from fatigue, and he wanted to move on to different things.

He is the current music producer and manager for the English indie pop band, The Hoosiers. In 2013, Smith co-produced Matt Cardle's third album, Porcelain, as well as provided writing contributions to several songs.

Smith now owns Angelic Recording Studios based near Banbury.


  1. ^ "For The Record". MTV. May 1, 2002. Retrieved 21 July 2012.