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Steve Lukather says Toto are breaking up after 40 years

by Paul Cashmere on October 17, 2019

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Toto founder Steve Lukather has talking about the end of the iconic band saying the last show on the 40th anniversary tour will be their last. However, he also doesn’t write off a later reformation.

In an interview with John J. Moser of The Morning Call Lukather said, I don’t know what the future-future’s gonna be, but I do know that’s gonna be the last show in Philly for the foreseeable future. And certainly the end of this configuration of Toto.”

Exactly what that means is anyone’s guess at this stage. Toto had a two year hiatus in 2008. That was hardly a breakup.

The band features original members Steve Lukather, David Paich and Steve Pocaro. Lead singer Joseph Williams has been with the band since 1986.

Toto’s last show will be 20 October, 2019 in Philadelphia.

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