Along with his large repertoire of traditional British folk songs and original tunes, Dave Toye has turned into a regular presence for the pub circuit of Sussex since 1986. His music, “Daring Reynolds,” which he documented with ex-Fairport Convention drummer Dave Mattacks on keyboards, was included in United kingdom folksinger Martyn Windam Go through. Toye’s passions in traditional music had been sparked from the folksingers that he noticed in the Redhill folk golf club in 1962. Hearing recordings by Bob Dylan and Blind Son Fuller as students at the College or university of Loughborough influenced him to instruct himself to try out acoustic guitar. As well as Tony Eckersley, Toye opened up a folk golf club in Horsham in 1969. Joined up with by harmonica participant Ross “Snake Sides” Jacques, Toye and Eckersley started carrying out at pub classes like a trio. Toye discovered many music from English folk music collector Ken Stubbs and traditional performers, including Harry Holman, George Spicer, and Check out Tester, who he noticed at pub classes. Since 1998, Toye offers performed using the Flying Toads, an Irish music dance music group that he stocks with Keith (bouzouki, tenor banjo, low whistles, vocals), Val (vocals, concertina, bodhran, octave mandolin, fiddle), and John Carroll.