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To promote the newly finished project, the band started a world tour running with an extensive European headline arena tour including appearances at key festivals, along with a North American tour to follow in the summer of 2015 and Asia later that year. 1950 as Il barone Antonio Peletti• In early 1981, Toto released their third album,. 1958 as Il professore• Released in August 1986, the album reached 40 on the Top 200 while generating a number 11 hit in the form of "I'll Be Over You," which featured on backing vocals. In the early 1980s, band members told the press that the band was named after from. In addition, the duo asked fellow Grant High School students, guitarist who also played in Scaggs's band as a replacement for and Jeff Porcaro's brother keyboards to join the team. Toto stylized as TOTO is an American band formed in 1977 in. David Paich made another special appearance at the final show in Philadelphia to again perform "Africa" and "Home of the Brave". 1960 as Umberto 'Infortunio' Pennazzuto• and had played together as on several albums and decided to form a band. This album's disappointing chart performance and sales in almost every country besides and put the band's career into further jeopardy, as they had not had a hit single in North America in almost two years at that point. 1985—1986 — Isolation Tour• Recorded with new singer , who previously sang with and , the arena rock-leaning didn't appeal to as wide an audience as. The album featured three singles that reached the Top 10 on the chart: "", "" and "". L'Ancora del Mediterraneo, 2000. In 1993 they released a live album called. 2006—2008: Falling In Between and Falling In Between Live [ ] Steve Lukather and Greg Phillinganes, in , Norway, August 4, 2007 In early 2006, Toto released on the Italian label , their first album of new material since 1999. The handicap however almost never affected his schedule and acting abilities. Steve Porcaro, , Bobby Kimball, Steve Lukather, Lenny Castro, Jeff Porcaro The members of Toto were regulars on albums by , , , , and many others, contributing to many of the most popular records of the 1970s. Archived from on March 29, 2007. The Seventh One became the band's most successful release since Toto IV. September 2016 In 1922, he moved to Rome to perform in bigger theatres. In the summer of 2010, Toto reformed and went on a short European tour, with a new lineup, to benefit , who had been diagnosed with ALS and was no longer an active member of the band. Tambu also featured John James and Jenny Douglas-McRae as backup singers on some of the tracks. 1954 as Felice Sciosciammocca• He was demoted to background vocals before ultimately being fired at the conclusion of the tour. "" by 1990• Session work 1970s to early 1990s [ ] Before, and during Toto, the members did various session work for a slew of notable musicians. This contained the three new tracks already released on 40 Trips Around the Sun plus completed recordings of four other older tracks featuring Jeff Porcaro on drums and either Mike Porcaro or David Hungate on bass plus other new recordings. vanilla-image-block img,article figure p. "" by , 1969• 1952 as Antonio Scannagatti• planned 2018 as a 40-year Anniversary celebration, releasing the compilation in commemoration of their founding and planning a supporting tour. Archived from on December 30, 2006. "" by 1985• Partly because of the radical, naive immorality of his roles, some of his more spicy gags raised much controversy in a society that was both strictly and ruled by the conservative Christian Democracy party. 1982 — Toto IV Tour• He learned the art of the , the Neapolitan scriptless comedians, heirs to the tradition of the , and began developing the trademarks of his style, including a puppet-like, disjointed gesticulation, emphasized facial expressions, and an extreme, sometimes surrealistic, sense of humor, largely based on emphasizing primitive urges such as hunger and sexual desire. Lukather and Steve Porcaro were in the same year at Grant and continued the band Rural Still Life the name shortened to Still Life after Paich and Jeff graduated. The band celebrated its in 2017. "" by with 1992• Nevertheless, such controversies never affected his popularity. "" by , , , , , 1983• was hired as his substitute and, by 2005, he became the band's full-time touring keyboardist, with remaining a member of in the studio. "" by 1979• was the son of celebrated arranger , who worked on ' landmark 1962 album. For the tour, Toto brought along two additional musicians, guitar, backup vocals and Lenny Castro percussion , to increase the depth of the sound. Kimball was ordered to stand trial, but pleaded not guilty. well with Mike not being well and some of us missing each other the REAL high school friends yes that includes Joe! The new album featured three singles, "Melanie", "Cruel" and "Mad About You", a song co-written by David Paich and former Toto vocalist Joseph Williams. 1963 as Antonio La Trippa• Veterans of high-end Los Angeles studios, guitarist , keyboardists and , drummer , and bassist could play anything from soul to hard rock, which they proceeded to do on 's earliest albums. "" by , , 2011• Although were at the peak of their fame, there was trouble brewing behind the scenes. 2015—2017: Toto XIV and Mike Porcaro's death [ ] Toto released their fourteenth studio album and their first in nine years titled on March 20 Europe , March 23 UK and Oceania , and March 24, 2015 North America. Although the album Hydra failed to achieve the commercial success of Toto's first release, it still went gold. — keyboards, lead and backing vocals 2005—2008; touring 2003—2005• "" by 2019• Steve Lukather stated that the band still exists: Edit to 2010. 1950 as Toto• Simon Phillips suffered from a back problem, so had to fill in for him during the first leg of the tour in late 1995. Upon its conclusion in 1987, Steve Porcaro left the band to pursue a career in film and television scoring. According to popular myth, at the first recording sessions, in order to distinguish their own demo tapes from other bands' in the studio, Jeff Porcaro wrote the word "Toto" on them. — drums, percussion, occasional backing vocals 2014 Discography [ ] Main article: Studio albums• 1959 as Cesare Posalaquaglia• The band recruited several guest musicians for the album. We just never found another name. 1949 as Nino, il fantasista• Another tour in the summer of 2011 took place with former backup singer Jenny Douglas once again joining. — lead and backing vocals 1984—1985, one-off in 2007; died 2014• Hungate left in 1982; Kimball left in 1984, but rejoined the band in 1998, leaving again in 2008. In early 2004, the band embarked on a world tour that went throughout 2004 and 2005. I just can't do it anymore and at 50 years old I wanted to start over and give it one last try on my own. One final single, "I Won't Hold You Back," reached number ten in 1983, right around the time "Human Nature" -- a single co-written with -- was on the charts. He was commonly referred to as one of the most popular Italian performers of all time. 2013—2014 — 35th Anniversary Tour• 1953 as Rocco• Paich was still a member of Toto, however, as he continued to record and produce on all of Toto's releases. The band's lineup consisted of the current Toto lineup Joseph Williams, Steve Lukather, David Paich and Steve Porcaro , and their touring musicians: , , and Shem von Schroeck. In 1998 they released with the single "Goin' Home". In April, mirroring the situation that had happened with Kimball seven years previously, former singer Joseph Williams was arrested on drug-related charges. After graduation, and became session musicians, both playing on records by , , and , among many others. "" by , , , 2002• 1988 — The Seventh One Tour• Widely known for the Top 5 hits "", "", and "", the makeup of the group continued to evolve. 1981• Website Members• " When Byron was brought in in 1989 he and Toto recorded four new songs which were included on their greatest hits album , released in 1990. 2013—2014: 35th anniversary, death of Fergie Frederiksen, and Simon Phillips's departure [ ] In 2013, celebrating their 35th anniversary, the band embarked on tour across Europe and North America, along with Japanese dates to follow in 2014. In 1988 Toto released their next album , featuring of on backup vocals on the single "". On June 5, 2008, announced on his website that "there is no more ," but instead of breaking up for good, the band entered a two-year hiatus. The first of which, which also led to the birth of the band was with , in which , , , and regular Toto guest contributor and father of Jeff, , and played on his smash hit album. Also, during this time, Steve Porcaro co-wrote and co-composed "," which recorded for his best-selling album 1982 , turning the song into a smash hit. "" by 1961• The album was not a commercial success and many fans were upset about the release, thinking that the band should have written new material instead. Hot Rocks: The Toto Story LP. 1997 — South African Tour• On December 14, 1992, the Tribute to Jeff Porcaro Concert was held at Universal City's. Deliberately constructed as an immaculately produced mainstream pop record, turned into the blockbuster it was designed to be, peaking at four on the Billboard charts, earning three platinum certifications two arriving within its chart run, the latter coming in 1991 , and winning a whopping five Grammy Awards, including Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Album of the Year. 2002—2004 — 25th Anniversary Tour Through the Looking Glass Tour• "" by , , , , 2004• 1985—1988: Fahrenheit and The Seventh One with Joseph Williams [ ] David Paich during a live concert At the close of the Isolation tour in 1985, Fergie Frederiksen was let go. 2002—2003: Through the Looking Glass and Toto's 25th anniversary [ ] In 2002, in celebration of Toto's 25th anniversary, the band released , a covers album that paid tribute to the band's musical influences, such as Bob Marley, Steely Dan, The Beatles and Elton John. 2004—2005 — 2004 Summer Tour• Just prior to its release, died from complications from ALS. Toto Tickets, 2021 Concert Tour Dates Ticketmaster. 1955 as Professore Semprini• 2010: Reformation [ ] On February 26, 2010, the band reformed and reunited for a brief tour of Europe in the summer to benefit , who had been diagnosed with. Performers including , , , , , , , and special guest performed various Toto songs along with the four remaining Toto members. 1950 as Antonio Della Buffas• Following the conclusion of the tour, was fired from the band. With Joseph Williams now onboard officially, Toto wrote and recorded , released in October 1986. On September 29, 2015, Toto announced the first leg of their 2016 Tour in support of Toto XIV consisting of European and Japanese dates. Later that year, a live album titled was released. Toto in 1982 in London at the. The tour lasted from February until June 1980. 2011 — In the Blink of an Eye Tour• Once the album cycle was completed, entered a period of turmoil. , which featured on some tracks and and all cuts, appeared in March 2015. His early repertoire mostly consisted in imitations of 's characters. burgerbar publisherDetails:not. Writing [ ] During the 1950s, he started to compose poetry. "" by 1995• Toto then embarked upon the "Planet Earth" tour that lasted from September until December 1990. Further information: Current members• Campbell, Mary July 11, 1982. "" by 1975• 1986• Linguaggi e maschere del comico. Toto went on a small promotional tour with former members , and. During this time, the band also found that former singer Bobby Kimball was booking shows and billing himself and his backing band as "Toto". "" by , 1976• At one point, of the band was offered the lead singer spot, but turned it down to continue with his band. He became adept at these shows also known as rivista — , and in the 1930s he had his own company, with which he travelled across Italy. Patricia Bianchi, Nicola De Blasi. 1997—2001: Toto XX, Bobby Kimball's return and Mindfields [ ] 1997 marked the band's 20th anniversary, and in order to commemorate it, David Paich and Steve Lukather started to go through several old tapes and demos for a special record of unreleased songs. On December 15, 1981, Bobby Kimball was arrested for allegedly selling cocaine to an undercover police officer. I am on tour for a year anyway and enjoying a very successful sold out solo tour and my record sales are better than they have ever been so I dont wanna mess THAT up and everyone has their own very busy successful lives and once in awhile. The 2010 tour was a success, leading to subsequent tours in 2011 and 2012. Fahrenheit eventually went Gold on October 3, 1994. " As the main motivation for his decision, Lukather said: When Dave [Paich] retired that was REAL hard for me 'cause we started the band together. Veteran keyboardist filled in for Paich for the rest of the tour. 1953 as Prof. "" by 1960• visa put the lives of his loved ones in danger, he is forced to question the extremity of his actions and re-evaluate the cost of fulfilling his dreams. Associazione Antonio De Curtis. 2012 — 2012 Summer Tour• In June 2016, keyboardist released his first solo album, titled featuring and Toto touring backing singer Mabvuto Carpenter. In 2008, a companion DVD of the show which was recorded in Paris in March 2007 was released. Lukather released his second solo album, , which was a more "introspective" album than his previous solo album. 1980 — Hydra Tour• Daniela Aronica, Gino Frezza, Raffaele Pinto. vanilla-image-block,article figure p. After the European leg of the tour, Toto covered 's song "" in response to their cover of Toto's 1981 number 1 single, "". "" by , 1971• With the release of the commercially successful 1982 , Toto became one of the best-selling music groups of their era. "" by featuring 2013• ] in this globalized world where it seems that everyone sees the same movies and eats the same food, there are still unbridgeable divisions between cultures. 1945 as Aristide Tromboni• On October 11, 2010, Steve Lukather released his next solo album,. 1955 as Antonio La Quaglia• Hell, it's 35 years if you count High School where the core all met. 1955 as Gennaro Vaccariello• He plans on focusing on his health and looks forward to returning to the road when ready to do so. Archived from on April 7, 2014. 1955• From March to November 1993, Lukather and Phillips teamed up with friends David Garfield and John Pena on the side project Los Lobotomys and recorded the album. An was released shortly after on. Calvin Gilbert October 13, 2009. A third Porcaro brother, , who had performed cello on a track from Toto IV, replaced Hungate on bass, while lead singer spent the early part of 1983 facing prosecution for drug-related charges. 2006—2008 — Falling in Between Tour• also made its way into the Top Ten, peaking at nine; it was certified gold by the end of 1978 and platinum in January. please some of the hard core fans. 1949 as Antonio De Fazio• 1960 as L'Algerino• On November 5, it was confirmed both on Toto's and David Paich's official Facebook pages that a new studio album was in the works and that the band planned to go into the studio early 2014. This live set marks the fourth for the band, following 1993's Absolutely Live, 1999's Livefields and 2003's Live In Amsterdam. 1955 as Toto Esposito• replaced their founding member with , who had previously played with on a tour with and in 1986. The album was a venture into and featured heavier guitar and fewer keyboards than on the previous two records. 's and the episode "Che cosa sono le nuvole" from the latter released after his death , showed his dramatic skills. However, the record gave the band material to promote their "25th Anniversary Tour", which started in 2002 and concluded in 2003. On November 6, 2018, the band released the box set All In which contained their fourteenth studio album. Toto embarked upon a brief tour of North America on September 20, 2019 — Steve Lukather stated that the tour will be the band's last for "a while," and that tensions within the band and its management have increased due to ongoing legal troubles, such as an ongoing lawsuit with the widow of founding member and drummer Jeff Porcaro, Susan Porcaro-Goings current wife of. 5,1 infinite;animation:eoUyJr 2s cubic-bezier 0. The band also released four promotional music videos for the album, including the title track. Half Moon• In 1937, he appeared in his first movie , and later starred in 96 other films, many of which still are broadcast frequently on Italian television. He so regretted growing up without a father that, at age 35, he managed to have the marquis Francesco Maria Gagliardi Focas adopt him in exchange for a. 1984• After the completion of the first album, the band and record were still unnamed. Both the live album and the DVD were released in late 2003. toured through 2015, playing several co-headlining dates with. While did not achieve the acclaim or sales of Toto IV, it did achieve Gold status, largely on the strength of the single "". 1986—1987 — Fahrenheit Tour• 1958 as Ragionier Antonio Vignanelli• wound up co-composing over half of ' 1976 groundbreaking smash , including the hits "Lowdown" and "Lido Shuffle," which turned the keyboardist into a hot commodity among record labels. Archived from on September 13, 2007. The band didn't get along with Byron, whose diva-like behavior and flamboyant stage presence caused friction during the tour. He served in the army during and then went back to acting. 1948 as Prof. The Top 10 Toto Songs Louder. In the absence of the founding keyboardist's presence on the tour, Dominique 'Xavier' Taplin formerly with will be sitting in for David performing with Toto". [] 1943• 2006• However, Kimball was fired from the band in 1984 due to difficulty recording vocals and numerous missed sessions. Former lead singer made a guest appearance at the Minneapolis date on May 5, 2007 and also made a few guest appearances with the band in June 2007. 1954 as Rosario Chiarchiaro segment "La patente"• He buried Liliana in his family's chapel, and named his only daughter born 10 May 1933 to his wife, Diana Bandini Rogliani, whom he married in 1935. 1948 as Nicolino Capece• 1963 as Urbano Cacace segment "Il Vigile Ignoto"• "" by 1984• They had considered using him for their 1980 album , but went with Tom Dowd instead. Toto has released 14 studio albums, and has sold over 40 million records worldwide. 1956 as Antonio Caponi• The group has been honored with several and was inducted into the in 2009. was fired from the band in 1984 in the wake of the dismissal of drug charges from 1981 that he spent the majority of 1983 defending. United Stations Programming Network. — lead guitar, lead and backing vocals, bass guitar 1977—2008, 2010—2019, 2020—present• 1988—1990: Past To Present and Jean-Michel Byron [ ] Steve Lukather on Varus Open Air in , Germany, 2004 Although "The Seventh One Tour" was very successful, after it was finished the band decided to replace lead singer Joseph Williams. Jeff Porcaro died in an accident on August 5, 1992, at the age of 38 while working in his garden. "" and "Without Your Love", which were both ballads sung by Lukather, were the two hit singles. "" by 1998• 1988• — drums, percussion 1977—1992; his death• Steve Lukather had also announced that there is a film about Toto in the works, and hinted that he would be writing a new book, titled The New Testament According to Luke. His father did not legally recognize him until 1937. The band continued to hire additional touring musicians for all subsequent tours. The tour officially concluded in 2000, but the band played a few shows throughout 2001. 1998 — Toto XX Tour• The song-based awards were awarded to "Rosanna," the album's first single, which went to number two on Billboard, but the record's second single, "Africa," was a bigger hit, reaching number one in early 1983. 1s linear;transition:transform 0. On April 6, 2015, Toto announced that they would embark on August 7, 2015 in with veteran progressive band on a joint summer tour of North America due to end on September 12, 2015 in ,. In 1978, under David Foster's direction, he brought in , Steve Lukather, Steve Porcaro, and Toto vocalist to play on 's 1978 album. 2021 — Dogz of Oz Tour References [ ] Archived from on July 22, 2010. Phillips was then replaced by Steely Dan drummer. "" by 1982• 2010 — Mike Porcaro Honor Tour• However, Jeff Porcaro's family insisted the band continue. The band enjoyed great commercial success in the late 1970s and 1980s, beginning with the band's released in 1978. "" by 1981• 1958 as Dante Cruciani• 1999• "" by 1996• See the "Tour Musicians" section below.。

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