Toto is an American rock band. The band formed in 1977 in Los Angeles and is currently still going strong. The members of the band include Steve Lukather, David Paich, Joseph Williams, John Pierce, Robert “Sput” Searight, Dominique “Xavier” Taplin, Warren Ham, and Paul Taylor. Formed in 1977, Toto has continued to release classic albums and create new ones every year. They are considered among the most influential bands in rock history.
In the summer of 2010, Toto reunited for a brief European tour, benefiting Mike Porcaro, the late drummer of the band. Since Porcaro’s illness, he is no longer a member of the band. In the summer of 2011, Toto is planning a reunion tour to honor his late mother and a half-grown toto. A new tour is planned for this summer, but it is unclear if the band will ever tour again.
Toto was introduced in the original film, and was voiced by Pepe the King Prawn. The animated series Oz Kids featured a female version of Toto named Tutu. In the Sci-Fi Channel miniseries The Great Wizard of Oz, Toto is portrayed as a shape-shifting human with a red nose. Toto’s appearance is a source of much controversy in the fandom, but it is important to note that the original version of the character was never fully released.
In 2007, Toto’s autobiography was published, detailing the events that led to the original cast of The Wiz. The song is played for the duration of the film. During the tour, Toto also performed in the United States. It is a good idea to check out the autobiography of Willard Carroll. If you’d like to see a different version of Toto, you can view the 1978 film version of the film.
The Muppets’ version of the film Toto has a female Toto, who was replaced by Tutu in the film. Toto’s name comes from Latin and means ‘totto’ in Spanish. It also has Tagalog meanings, and is a male friend of the family. The movie is a hit in the Philippines, but is still a great movie for fans. This song has a lot of fans.
In addition to their acclaimed albums, Toto has also been a popular group in the United States. In July 2010, the band reunited and went on a short European tour. The tour was to help Porcaro, who had been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Despite the setbacks, the band continued to perform. In August of that year, they reformed for a short tour of Europe. Toto was joined by the band’s drummer, Michael Porcaro.
Toto’s popularity was widespread. The band’s first album, Toto, was a commercial success. The band’s next album, Toto IV, was a commercial and critical success. Toto’s top hits included “Africa” and “Hold the Line”. Toto remained popular until Steve Lukather announced his departure from the band in 2008. However, the remaining members of the band later separated to form a new line of work.