The Band Toto
Toto, stylized as TOTO, is a Japanese manufacturer of toilets and other bathroom products. The company was founded in 1917 and is known for its Washlet toilet design. The company is headquartered in Kitakyushu, Japan and has manufacturing facilities in nine countries. Toto has a wide variety of products, including the ‘Toto’ hand dryer, which is popular among men and women. The brand produces a wide variety of models, including toilets, basins, and faucets.
In the late 1970s and 1980s, Toto enjoyed commercial success. They released their debut album in 1978, and followed it up with the critically-acclaimed Toto IV. The band was one of the most successful music groups of its time and has released multiple Top 5 hits. Some of their more popular songs include “Rosanna” and “Hold the Line.” Toto’s success lasted until 2007, when guitarist Steve Lukather announced his departure from the band. Later, the remaining members of the group separated.
After departing the band in the late 1990s, Toto reformed in the summer of 2010. The band performed a short European tour, and a concert tour benefitting Mike Porcaro, who had been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. However, he is no longer active in the band. Toto also released a few albums before breaking up. In 2012, Toto’s last studio album, ‘Ten’, was released.
In summer 2010, Toto reformed, and went on a short tour of Europe. This tour was a benefit for the band’s founder, Mike Porcaro, who recently was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. In July 2011, he underwent surgery and is no longer an active member of the group. In the summer of 2010, the band also toured the US in support of a charity that helped him recover from his disease.
After leaving Toto in 2009, the band’s members began to re-form again. The band’s members are no longer actively involved, but the members have remained close. In summer 2010, the band performed on the United States and Europe, and the singer Mike Porcaro was cured of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and has not been an active member for two years. In 2014, the band also went on a European tour.
Toto reformed for a short tour in Europe in 2010. The tour was meant to raise funds for Porcaro’s medical condition. This tour was a benefit for the band’s former drummer, Mike Porcaro, who had amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The band was reformed again in summer 2010 and toured the US, where it played to sold-out crowds. Toto’s reformed lineups are a testament to the band’s longevity.
The band’s most notable success is its popularity in the United States. While most Toto albums are produced in the United States, they’re not manufactured in North America. Instead, they’re imported from China. The majority of the group’s faucets are manufactured by the company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Toto Dalian Co., Ltd., which is the company’s outside contractor. In fact, the majority of its faucets are made in China.