Toto – Rock Band
Toto is an American rock band. They were formed in 1977 in Los Angeles, California. The band’s lineup features John Pierce, Steve Lukather, David Paich, Joseph Williams, and Steve Maggiora. Toto is a group that has been touring and recording for over three decades. Toto’s members are: Dominique “Xavier” Taplin, Robert “Sput” Searight, John Pierce, and Steve Lukather.
In late 2011, Toto announced a world tour with Yes. The group embarked on the tour on August 7, 2015. The lineup included Michael Porcaro, Leland Sklar, and Shannon Forrest. The tour benefitted Porcaro, who had recently been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Toto announced the tour on their official Facebook page. The band’s next stop will be Japan, and they will be on a tour of that country.
Toto’s fourth live album, Falling in Between Live, was released in 2008. It follows previous live albums, such as Live In Amsterdam in 1999, and Livefields in 1993. The album was recorded in Paris, France, in March 2007. After the split from Lukather, the band released Toto XX, which featured four new songs. This live record has been a hit with fans and has sold over four million copies worldwide.
Toto’s fifth studio album, Mindfields, was released in early 1999. This album featured several co-written songs, including “I’m Not Dead Yet,” “The Man Who Came in From the End”, and “Mimics” (which were the first to recognize Dorothy Gale). In 2001, Toto reformed and embarked on a short tour, called the “Reunion Tour”. The tour ended in 2000, but the band performed a few concerts, with Kimball filling in on keyboards and guitars.
Toto’s first album, The Last Days of Toto, was released in 1978. The band’s debut album, The Man Who Loved Toto, was critically acclaimed. Toto’s second album, The Future of Toto, was a commercial success and became a classic for Toto’s fans. The band has been a popular force in the music industry since 1978. Its first album, eponymous, was released in the late 1970s, and the band has continued to tour since.
After their European leg, Toto reunited and added members from other bands to the lineup. Their second album, The Power of Love, was released in 1991. In the United States, Toto was released on Relativity Records. In the UK, it was released on Columbia Records. During the tour, the band played in many countries. Toto’s most famous album is Fahrenheit, which was released in 1986. This album was a huge success, and has become a classic among Toto fanatics.
During their 25th anniversary tour, Toto released their third album. Turn Back was their most successful album, selling more than six million copies worldwide. The lead single, “Lost in Space,” became an instant hit in Japan, and a staple of Toto’s touring schedule. However, it failed to chart in most countries. Aside from the Dream of Toto, the band’s second album, Live in Amsterdam, was not a commercial success.