In 1991, Toto played at the Montreux Jazz Festival and recorded their fourth album, Kingdom of Desire. The album was released worldwide on Columbia Records, and was a chart-topping hit for Toto. In the United States, it was released on Clive Davis’ Relativity Records. The band has since toured extensively, and they continue to release albums today. While the band has lost some members over the years, it has continued to tour regularly.
The band’s popularity has waned over the past few decades, and despite several singles and albums, the group still maintains a following. However, some of the members of the band have stepped away from the band. Steve Porcaro left the band in 1987 to pursue a career in film scoring, but decided to stay with Toto after Fahrenheit went gold. David Paich continued to handle the keyboard work and also assisted in live shows. After 1988, John Jessel joined the group and did some keyboard work. In 1990, Steve Lukather released his first solo album featuring contributions from Eddie Van Halen and Richard Marx.
In 2013, Toto celebrated their 35th anniversary by embarking on a tour across North America and Europe. In early 2014, the group announced that they would tour Japan. The band released a live recording of the show at Lodz, Poland on April 29, 2014. In addition, the band’s official Facebook page stated that a new album would be out by the end of the year. In February 2014, the band’s guitarist, Steve Lukather, confirmed that a new studio album would be released in the near future. This came after a period when the band was focusing on other projects, and they were also touring other artists.
The band is touring again after touring the world on The Seventh One. In late 2015, Toto announced the first leg of their 2016 tour. This tour marked the release of their seventh studio album, Toto XIV. It also marks the release of a new album by Toto’s keyboardist, Steve Porcaro. The new album is called “In TOTO” and the group’s current lineup is made up entirely of songs written by Porcaro.
Toto’s second studio album, Fahrenheit, was released in 1987. The band’s members also composed the soundtrack for the movie Dune. Toto’s tour was recorded in Europe during the summer of 2000, where the band performed Kingdom of Desire and Jake to the Bone. This album has many fans of both Toto’s music. If you’re looking for a new home recording, this is an excellent opportunity to purchase a Toto recording.
During the tour of The Seventh One, Toto fired the lead singer, Steve Porcaro. As a result, Toto decided to continue with five members. After their 1986 tour, the band replaced Porcaro with the singer Jean-Michael Byron. In 1992, Toto released their fourth studio album, The World’s Greatest Journey: The Muppets’ Return to Oz! And a New Song by Toto