“The most authentic reggae vocalist in the UK right now.” Seychelles Weekly
Golty Farabeau is a Roots Reggae and Sega musician from The Seychelles in the Indian Ocean. His music reflects the beauty and relaxed lifestyle of his homeland.
Golty first toured professionally as a teenager, playing bass for a well-known Mauritian artist. Since then his reputation has spread across the world, and he is a major name in his home country, well regarded for his compositions, rich voice and unique basslines. His career highlights include playing at the Montreux Jazz Festival, receiving a gold medal at the Isles Jeux de la Francophonie in Madagascar, playing alongside Bitty McClean and participating in Fete Afrique in 2002.
Since settling in the UK, Golty has become a popular performer on the North West music scene, where his performances have included the Cultural Collage Music Festival in Manchester, Mintfest in Kendal, Manchester International Festival and Blue Dot.