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Toto is an American rock band formed in 1976 in Los Angeles. The band's current lineup consists of Joseph Williams (lead vocals), David Paich (keyboards, vocals), Steve Porcaro (keyboards), Steve Lukather (guitars, vocals), lead touring members Lenny Castro (percussion), Warren Ham (saxophone), Shem von Schroeck (bass) and Shannon Forrest (drums). Toto is known for a musical style that combines elements of pop, rock, soul, funk, unconventional rock, difficult rock, R&B, blues, and jazz.

Paich and Jeff Porcaro had played together as session musicians on several albums and contracted to form a band. David Hungate, Lukather, Steve Porcaro and Bobby Kimball were recruited previously the first album release. The band enjoyed good classified ad skill in the late 1970s and 1980s, dawn like the band's eponymous debut released in 1978. later the liberty of the rationally highly thought of and commercially well-to-do Toto IV (1982), Toto became one of the best-selling music groups of their era.

Widely known for the top 5 hits "Hold the Line", "Rosanna", and "Africa", the makeup of the activity continues to evolve. Hungate left in 1982, followed by Kimball in 1984, but who rejoined the band in 1998 until 2008. Jeff Porcaro died in 1992 of a heart attack. Hungate rejoined Toto as a touring musician and sophisticated a band member. In 2008, Lukather announced his departure from the band, and the surviving band members sophisticated went their cut off ways. In the summer of 2010, Toto reformed and went upon a hasty European tour, following a additional lineup, to gain Mike Porcaro, who had been diagnosed when amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and was no longer an alert advocate of the band. He died in 2015.[1]

The band has released 17 studio albums, and has sold more than 40 million archives worldwide.[2] The work has been privileged once several Grammy Awards and was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in 2009.[3]
Formation (1976)

Toto in 1982 in London at the Hammersmith Odeon. (Steve Porcaro, Jon Smith, Bobby Kimball, Steve Lukather, Lenny Castro, Jeff Porcaro)
The members of Toto were regulars upon albums by Steely Dan,[4] Seals and Crofts,[5] Boz Scaggs,[6] Sonny and Cher,[7] and many others, contributing to many of the most well-liked archives of the 1970s. Keyboardist David Paich, son of musician and session player/arranger Marty Paich, rose to fame after having co-written much of Scaggs's Silk Degrees album. Having played upon many sessions when drummer Jeff Porcaro (the son of noted session percussionist Joe Porcaro), whom he met even though attending grant tall educational in Van Nuys, California, where they formed the band Rural still Life, Paich began to discuss seriously as soon as Porcaro the possibility of them forming their own band. They brought in bassist and fellow session vet David Hungate, having played later than him in the promotion band for Scaggs. In addition, the duo asked fellow agree tall intellectual students, guitarist Steve Lukather (who also played in Scaggs's band as a replacement for Les Dudek) and Jeff Porcaro's brother Steve Porcaro (keyboards) to colleague the team. Lukather and Steve Porcaro were in the similar year at take over and continued the band Rural yet vibrancy (the state reduced to yet Life) after Paich and Jeff graduated. later the addition of former S.S. Fools singer Bobby Kimball, the intervention began to do something upon their first album in 1976 after signing similar to Columbia Records.

Band publish and debut album (19761979)
Once the band came together, David Paich began composing what would become the eponymous debut album, Toto. According to well-liked myth, at the first recording sessions, in order to distinguish their own demo tapes from new bands' in the studio, Jeff Porcaro wrote the word "Toto" on them. In the yet to be 1980s, band members told the press that the band was named after the dog in The Wizard of Oz.[8] One popular rumor is that the declare came from Bobby Kimball's "true" last name, Toteaux. This rumor was in fact by yourself a ridiculousness popularized by former bassist David Hungate.[citation needed] After the realization of the first album, the band and lp were yet unnamed. David Hungate, after viewing the state on the demo tapes, explained to the activity that the words "In Toto" in Latin translated to "all-encompassing." Because the band members played upon thus many records and for that reason many musical genres, they adopted the post "Toto" as their own.[citation needed]

After its release, Toto climbed the charts quickly, earning popularity in the manner of the hit single "Hold the Line", as competently as the charting "I'll Supply the Love" and "Georgy Porgy", featuring Cheryl Lynn. The band garnered international approval and was nominated for a Grammy great compliment for Best supplementary Artist. gruffly thereafter, in ahead of time 1979, Toto embarked upon their first American tour in keep of the debut album.[9] For the tour, Toto brought along two additional musicians, Tom Kelly (guitar, backup vocals) and Lenny Castro (percussion), to enlargement the severity of the sound, and continued to bring supplementary touring musicians for all subsequent tours. (See the "Tour Musicians" section below).

Hydra and turn back (19801981)

Kimball and Lukather sentient in 2007
At the close of the first tour, the band began fake on their adjacent album, entitled Hydra, which was released forward-looking that year and featured the single "99", inspired by George Lucas' cult film THX 1138.[10] nearly 30 years later, Steve Lukather confessed that, despite the song's popularity, he hated "99" and that it's one of his least favorite Toto songs, which is why it was rarely performed after Hydra's tour.[11] The band along with released four promotional music videos for the album, including the title track. The extra two were "St George and The Dragon" and "All Us Boys". They were directed by Bruce Gowers and produced by Paul Flattery for Jon Roseman Productions International. Although the album Hydra fruitless to achieve the personal ad capability of Toto's first release, it yet went gold. taking into consideration the album's release, the band set out on the "Hydra Tour", which featured both American and international dates. The tour lasted from February until June 1980.[9]

In forward 1981, Toto released their third album, tilt Back. The album was a venture into ring rock[12] and featured heavier guitar and fewer keyboards than upon the previous two records.

On December 15, 1981, Bobby Kimball was arrested for allegedly selling cocaine to an undercover police officer.[13]
1982 marked the beginning of Toto's most flourishing era. After the disappointing sales of point Back, the band was below a good treaty of pressure from the lp company to produce a new crash record. bearing in mind the Triple Platinum-certified Toto IV, the band delivered one of the most commercially flourishing chronicles of the 1980s. The album featured three singles that reached the summit 10 upon the personal ad hot 100 chart: "Rosanna", "Africa" and "I Won't hold You Back". The album as a consequence appeared upon several worldwide charts, introducing the band to extra audiences all but the globe. "Africa" topped the charts in February 1983 and was a constant presence upon radios vis--vis the world, but it was "Rosanna" that earned the band merged Grammy nominations. Toto IV earned seven Grammy Awards, including "Record of the Year" for "Rosanna", "Album of the Year" for Toto IV and "Producer of the Year". At the become old Steve Porcaro was dating actress Rosanna Arquette, but the tune is not more or less her, according to writer David Paich.[14] In the music video for the song, Cynthia Rhodes plays the title character. In auxiliary to "Africa" and "Rosanna", Toto IV continued its rich control as soon as the pardon of out of the ordinary single, "Make Believe". Toto toured throughout 1982 in retain of Toto IV.[9] Also, during this time, Steve Porcaro co-wrote and co-composed "Human Nature," which Michael Jackson recorded for his best-selling album Thriller (1982), turning the tune into a crash hit.

Isolation (19821985)
Subsequent to the Toto IV release, bassist David Hungate left the band. Hungate, who had relocated to Nashville in 1980 to pursue a session/production career, felt that the fame surrounding Toto IV would prevent him from spending times in the same way as his family. A third Porcaro brother, Mike Porcaro, who had performed cello on a track from Toto IV, replaced Hungate upon bass. lead singer Bobby Kimball spent the forward portion of 1983 facing deed for drug-related charges. Kimball was ordered to stand trial, but pleaded not guilty. The charges were dismissed on May 28 of that year.[15] However, Kimball was on fire from the band in 1984.[16] far along that year, Toto composed most of the music for the soundtrack to the film Dune.

At one point, Richard Page of the band Mr. Mister was offered the guide singer spot, but turned it by the side of to continue as soon as his band. Fergie Frederiksen (formerly of Angel, Trillion and Le Roux) was brought in as the new vocalist and the band recorded Isolation, released in November 1984. though disaffection did not accomplish the cheering or sales of Toto IV, it did attain Gold status, largely upon the strength of the single "Stranger in Town". "Isolation"'s tour began in February 1985 and concluded three months later.[9]

Fahrenheit and The Seventh One later Joseph Williams (19851988)

David Paich during a flesh and blood concert
At the close of the disaffection tour in 1985, Fergie Frederiksen was let go. Lukather claimed that the band was not meshing skillfully as soon as Frederiksen because he had a difficult become old recording later them in the studio.[17] The band held an audition and Joseph Williams, son of film composer John Williams and 1950s singer/actress Barbara Ruick, was chosen to believe over lead vocals in prematurely 1986.

With Joseph Williams now onboard officially, Toto wrote and recorded Fahrenheit, released in October 1986. even though Williams is certified as guide vocalist, Frederiksen had begun recording a few tracks and is featured as a background vocalist on the track "Could This Be Love".

Fahrenheit brought the band help from the heavier hermetically sealed of estrangement to their pop/rock roots. "I'll Be exceeding You" and "Without Your Love", which were both ballads sung by Lukather, were the two hit singles. The band recruited several guest musicians for the album. They recorded an instrumental piece entitled "Don't end Me Now" similar to legendary jazz trumpeter Miles Davis. In addition, a then-unknown Paula Abdul appeared as a dancer in their "Till the End" music video. Michael McDonald provided backup vocals upon the tune "I'll Be more than You" (and appeared in the accompanying music video), even though Eagles founder and songwriting giant Don Henley appeared on the Steve Porcaro penned track "Lea".

After its release, the band embarked on substitute world tour. upon its conclusion in 1987, Steve Porcaro left the band to pursue a career in film and television scoring. Fahrenheit eventually went Gold on October 3, 1994.[18] Steve Porcaro was never replaced and Toto contracted to continue later than unaccompanied five members. Although Porcaro occasionally assisted the band on synthesizers for their subsequent studio albums (and appeared on their 1988 tour), David Paich handled most of the breathing keyboard feat (with keyboard technician John Jessel assisting on distinct dates) say 1988.

In 1988 Toto released their next album The Seventh One, featuring Jon Anderson of Yes on backup vocals upon the single "Stop loving You". The album's other single, "Pamela", became unconditionally popular and would be the band's last to hit the US summit 40. The Seventh One became the band's most well-to-do pardon before Toto IV.[19] The band toured from February through July 1988.[9]

Past To gift and Jean-Michel Byron (19881990)

Steve Lukather upon Varus door expose in Osnabrck, Germany, 2004
Although "The Seventh One Tour" was utterly successful, after it was the end the band contracted to replace lead singer Joseph Williams. Originally, the band wanted to reunite behind indigenous vocalist Bobby Kimball to compilation further songs for a greatest hits record, but the photo album company otherwise insisted they hire South African singer Jean-Michel Byron. previously Byron was brought in, the band recorded "Goin' Home" in imitation of Kimball. This song was future featured upon the Toto XX album as an 'unreleased song.' as soon as Byron was brought in (in 1989) he and Toto recorded four additional songs which were included upon their greatest hits album when to gift 19771990, released in 1990. Toto next embarked on the "Planet Earth" tour that lasted from September until December 1990. The band didn't get along behind Byron, whose diva-like behavior and flamboyant stage presence caused friction during the tour. He was demoted to background vocals since ultimately mammal burning at the conclusion of the tour. During this time-frame, the band next found that former singer, Bobby Kimball, was booking shows and billing himself and his backing band as "Toto".[20] In April, mirroring the event that had happened afterward Kimball seven years previously, former singer Joseph Williams was arrested on drug-related charges.[21]

Kingdom of desire and Jeff Porcaro's death (19911992)
Once over without a lead vocalist, guitarist Steve Lukather sang lead vocals and became the supplementary belly man. Toto played at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1991 and the band recorded Kingdom of Desire, which was released upon Columbia chronicles in most parts of the world and upon Clive Davis' label Relativity records in the united States.

Jeff Porcaro died in an accident on August 5, 1992, at the age of 38 even if on the go in his garden. According to the LA become old Report, the Los Angeles County Coroner's office lists the cause of death to be a heart belligerence from the hardening of the arteries caused by cocaine use.[22][23] Facing the prospect of a tour without Jeff, Toto not far off from broke up. However, Jeff Porcaro's associates insisted the band continue. Englishman Simon Phillips was the deserted drummer ever contacted to replace Jeff Porcaro back the band knew that Porcaro liked Phillips and because Lukather worked gone Phillips on a previous tour gone Santana and Jeff Beck in Japan in 1986.

Phillips associated the band and they went upon the tour, which they dedicated to Jeff's memory. In 1993 they released a liven up album called Absolutely Live. From 1991 on, Steve Lukather would handle a majority of the vocals (until Bobby Kimball's return in 1998), but some older songs originally sung by Kimball, Fergie Frederiksen, and Joseph Williams were put in the set list and sung by new backup singers Fred White (who was replaced by John James in 1992), Jackie McGee (who'd united for the 1990 tour and was replaced by Donna McDaniel in 1992) and Jenny Douglas-McRae (who'd furthermore arrive aboard in 1990.) John sang "Stop loving You" and Bobby's part upon "Rosanna", Donna sang "Home of the Brave" and "Angel Don't Cry", and Jenny sang "Hold the Line".

On December 14, 1992, the tribute to Jeff Porcaro Concert was held at Universal City's Universal Amphitheatre. Performers, including Don Henley, Eddie Van Halen, Donald Fagen, Walter Becker, Boz Scaggs, James Newton Howard, Michael McDonald, Richard Marx and special guest George Harrison, performed various Toto songs along gone the four enduring Toto members.[24] At the near of the tour, the band after that took a fracture to pursue individual projects as with ease as to keep stirring their session schedules.

Addition of Simon Phillips and Tambu (19951997)
In 1995 Toto recorded Tambu, their first album later Simon Phillips, which maxim the band incite in the manner of CBS (now Sony). A departure from Toto's sealed of the tardy 1970s and 1980s, Tambu was a enormously organic freedom and featured the single "I Will Remember", which traditional sober radio play. other singles released were "Drag Him To The Roof" and "The Turning Point". Tambu with featured John James and Jenny Douglas-McRae as backup singers upon some of the tracks. Douglas-McRae even sang lead on the album's further track, "Blackeye", and furthermore in a duet gone Steve Lukather on "Baby He's Your Man". Tambu sold 600,000 copies worldwide.[citation needed]

The "Tambu Tour" proved to be unorthodox success, although there were no North American dates. Simon Phillips suffered from a support problem, so Gregg Bissonette had to occupy in for him during the first leg of the tour in tardy 1995. The tour concluded in 1996. The perch of the tour personnel remained the same, similar to the exception of Donna McDaniel who'd left in 1994 hastily after the "Night of the Proms" performances (which Douglas-McRae had missed past she was out touring next Joe Cocker). The song "Hold the Line" was now sung as a duet between James and Douglas-McRae.[25] Both James and Douglas-McRae were dropped from the band at the conclusion of the 1997 tour.

Toto XX, Bobby Kimball's reward and Mindfields (19972001)
1997 marked the band's 20th anniversary, and in order to commemorate it, David Paich and Steve Lukather started to go through several outmoded tapes and demos for a special cassette of unreleased songs. In 1998 they released Toto XX bearing in mind the single "Goin Home". Toto went on a little promotional tour when former members Bobby Kimball, Steve Porcaro and Joseph Williams.

After the "Toto XX" tour, Bobby Kimball rejoined the band as lead singer after 14 years. The band released Mindfields in into the future 1999 and embarked on the "Reunion" tour, touring worldwide and returning to the allied States for the first time in six years. The supplementary album featured three singles, "Melanie", "Cruel" and "Mad about You", a song co-written by David Paich and former Toto vocalist Joseph Williams. higher that year, a bring to life album titled Livefields was released. The tour officially concluded in 2000, but the band played a few shows throughout 2001. David Paich briefly took a rupture from touring in 2000, suitably Jeff Babko filled in on keyboards.[26] Paich after that resumed touring later Toto in 2001.

Through the Looking Glass and Toto's 25th anniversary (20022003)
In 2002, in celebration of Toto's 25th anniversary, the band released Through the Looking Glass, a covers album that paid rave review to the band's musical influences, such as Bob Marley, Steely Dan, George Harrison and Elton John. Two singles were released, "Could You Be Loved", a Bob Marley cover, and "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", a Beatles cover. The album was not a billboard realization and many fans were crash very nearly the release, thinking that the band should have written new material instead.[27] However, the stamp album gave the band material to broadcast their "25th Anniversary Tour", which started in 2002 and concluded in 2003. After the tour, Toto released a liven up album and DVD of the deed titled alive in Amsterdam. Both the bring to life album and the DVD were released in late 2003.

Greg Phillinganes and David Paich's semi-retirement (20032005)

Toto on stage at the Summer Tour 2004 in Modena, Italy, July 11, 2004. From the left: Tony Spinner, David Paich, Bobby Kimball, Steve Lukather, Simon Phillips, Mike Porcaro
Beginning in June 2003, close the stop of their "25th Anniversary Tour", keyboardist David Paich took a leave of non-attendance from touring to spend period in the same way as a sick relatives member. Veteran keyboardist Greg Phillinganes filled in for Paich for the settle of the tour.

In late 2003, Toto headlined Night of the Proms for two months straight. Paich returned but was solitary nimble to decree for a few weeks previously he had to leave again, suitably Phillinganes past again filled in for the remainder of the shows. Ricky Lawson became the fill-in drummer for the Night of the Proms shows considering the band announced of Simon Phillips' illness. In further on 2004, the band embarked on a world tour that went throughout 2004 and 2005. Paich single-handedly occasionally appeared, following Phillinganes playing at most of the shows. In 2005, Phillinganes was asked to become a regular enthusiast of the band and Paich retired from touring. Paich was nevertheless a zealot of Toto, however, as he continued to record and produce on every of Toto's releases.[28][citation needed]

Falling In between and Falling In amongst bring to life (20062008)

Steve Lukather and Greg Phillinganes, in Trondheim, Norway, August 4, 2007
In into the future 2006, Toto released Falling in amongst upon the Italian label Frontiers, their first album of other material in the past 1999. The release featured extensive keyboard put on an act from Steve Porcaro and a duet once Joseph Williams on the first single, "Bottom of Your Soul". following the record's release, Toto embarked upon an extensive worldwide tour in 2006, which continued into 2007 for a second leg. The 2007 leg featured Leland Sklar filling in upon bass for Mike Porcaro due to an (at the time) undisclosed illness. 2007 featured extensive dates in both Europe and the united States, including an circulate at Moondance Jam in Walker, Minnesota. Former guide singer Fergie Frederiksen made a guest flavor at the Minneapolis date upon May 5, 2007[29] and Joseph Williams moreover made a few guest appearances taking into consideration the band in June 2007.[30]

Toto released a two-CD set Falling in between stimulate on Eagle chronicles to commemorate the tour. This stir set marks the fourth for the band, like 1993's Absolutely Live, 1999's Livefields and 2003's living In Amsterdam.

In 2008, a companion DVD of the con which was recorded in Paris in March 2007 was released.

Hiatus (2008)
After a era of rumors and some allusions, on June 5, 2008, Lukather posted a message on his qualified website, stating, "The fact is yes I have left Toto. There is no more Toto. I just can't reach it anymore and at 50 years out of date I wanted to start greater than and pay for it one last attempt on my own."[31]

As the main objective for his decision, Lukather said:

When Dave [Paich] retired that was genuine difficult for me 'cause we started the band together. Hell, it's 35 years if you count tall school where the core every met. once Mike [Porcaro] fell ill and had to leave that was it for me. If there isn't Paich or at least one Porcaro how can we even call it Toto? Honestly, I have just had enough. This is NOT a break. It is over. I really can't go out and do its stuff sustain The stock similar to a straight twist anymore.

Reformation (2010)
On February 26, 2010, the band reformed and reunited for a brief tour of Europe in the summer to gain Mike Porcaro, who had been diagnosed once ALS. The lineup featured David Paich, Steve Lukather, Steve Porcaro, Simon Phillips, Joseph Williams and special guest Nathan East.[32]

Steve Lukather acknowledged that the band yet exists:

Edit to 2010.. skillfully afterward Mike not swine capably and some of us missing each other the real tall college associates (yes that includes Joe!!) got encourage together for the RIGHT reason.
People want to listen the hits played the artifice they were recorded, Joe has his voice put up to 100% and I loved having that talent in belly over and all REAL, big vocals another time strong and seeing Paich AND Steve Porcaro similar to THOSE genuine keyboard sounds, Simon incite and as Lee was breathing having dated friend Nate East step in.. it was thus much fun and in view of that thriving we thought "Hmm, most likely a few gigs following in awhile would be fun" and we can make some keep etc.. make smile some of the difficult core fans. We all have outdoor careers that save us every busy, not to citation families etc.. no one truly wants to create additional music, not a full lp anyway. most likely a track someday but not in the close future. I am on tour for a year anyway and enjoying a agreed well-to-do sold out solo tour and my cassette sales are improved than they have ever been suitably I dont wanna mess THAT going on and everyone has their own enormously breathing affluent lives and similar to in awhile.. why not right? There is no covert BS goin upon here.[33]

Another tour in the summer of 2011 took area like former backup singer Jenny Douglas in the same way as again joining. Their discharge duty on July 17, 2011 in Verona, Italy was recorded for a stimulate DVD but has still to be released because of a contractual business subsequently their former label. They later than once more toured Europe in 2012.[34]

Toto's 35th anniversary, death of Fergie Frederiksen, Simon Phillips' departure, and Keith Carlock (20132014)
In 2013, celebrating their 35th anniversary, the band embarked on tour across Europe and North America, along considering Japanese dates to follow in 2014. Their put it on upon June 25, 2013 in d, Poland was recorded for a enliven forgiveness and was released on April 29, 2014. upon November 5, it was avowed both upon Toto's and David Paich's official Facebook pages that a further studio album was in the works and that the band planned to go into the studio forward 2014.

On January 18, 2014, former vocalist Fergie Frederiksen died after a long fight considering liver cancer.[35][36] After the 2013 leg of the 35th anniversary tour, it was revealed via the band's recognized website upon January 23, 2014 that Simon Phillips had departed the band to pursue a solo career. Phillips was subsequently replaced by Steely Dan drummer Keith Carlock.[37]

David Hungate's return and North American tour gone Michael McDonald (2014)
While Keith Carlock was now allowance of the band, he did not colleague them for at least the North American tour and was filled in by Shannon Forrest. Bass artist Nathan East, who has been touring following them in the past 2010, left after the Japanese tour to pursue his own projects. Instead, original bass artist David Hungate rejoined the band. They similar to once again toured the joined States in spring 2014 as co-headliners considering singer Michael McDonald. It was their most total tour upon the continent in years.[38][39][40]

Toto XIV, Mike Porcaro's death & 40 Trips just about The Sun (2015present)
Toto released their fourteenth studio album and their first in nine years titled Toto XIV on March 20 (Europe), March 23 (UK and Oceania), and March 24, 2015 (North America). To push the newly the end project, the band started a world tour admin similar to an extensive European headline ring tour including appearances at key festivals, along bearing in mind a North American tour to follow in the summer of 2015 and Asia far along that year.[41][42]

On March 15, 2015, former bassist Mike Porcaro died, due to complications from his fight with ALS, in his snooze at his house in Los Angeles.[43]

On April 6, 2015, Toto announced that they would embark upon August 7, 2015 in Mashantucket, Connecticut subsequently veteran difficult band Yes on a joint summer tour of North America due to end on September 12, 2015 in Coquitlam, British Columbia.[44][45][46] Shannon Forrest has continued to conduct yourself as the band's drummer.

On September 29, 2015, Toto announced the first leg of their 2016 Tour in preserve of Toto XIV consisting of European and Japanese dates. Leland Sklar, who united them upon their 2007 and 2008 tours, replaced founding supporter Hungate.[47] Sklar left Toto in prematurely 2017 and was replaced by Shem von Schroeck.

Toto released their anniversary album 40 Trips going on for the Sun on February 9, 2018. They'll embark on their world tour promoting their album and celebrating 40 years of music.

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