"Toby Lightman" is a critically-acclaimed American singer/songwriter. Her first album ''Little Things'' was released in 2004 on Lava/Atlantic, featuring the hit single ''Devils and Angels'', which enjoyed considerable airplay in the summer of 2004. Her sophomore album ''Bird On A Wire'' was released in 2006. During her career, she has toured and performed with bands such as OAR, Rob Thomas, Jewel, Gavin DeGraw, Train and Prince.
Toby Lightman was born in Cherry Hill, New Jersey in 1978 and grew up just outside Philadelphia where she lived with her parents. Lightman’s interest in popular music and vocal performance were limited during her childhood. However, inspired by violinist Itzhak Perlman, she began playing the violin when she was six years old and eventually joined the Young Stars music school where she studied using the Suzuki method . Although Toby continued to play the violin throughout her childhood into high school, her musical endeavors did not reach much further during her youth.
In high school, Toby was a member of the lacrosse team and the orchestra. She started singing when a friend urged her to join a vocal workshop class. Toby began tak...
|Origin||Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States|
|Occupation||Singer / Songwriter|