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American classic rock band Toto made their last concert

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American classic rock band Toto made their last concert

The classic rock band Toto made their last concert last sunday, 20 October at The Met Philadelphia, in Philadelphia, PA. The band played 21 songs and in the last two they performed had the participation of vocalist and keyboardist David Paich


Toto founding guitarist Steve Lukather told “The Morning Call” in a interview that the band’s current lineup – which also includes other founding members Steve Porcaro and, until recently, David Paich, as well as longtime singer Joseph Williams would end as soon as the group’s 40th anniversary tour was over.

See the setlist and videos of Toto’s last concert:

  1. Devil’s Tower
  2. Hold the Line
  3. Lovers in the Night
  4. Alone
  5. I Will Remember
  6. English Eyes
  7. Jake to the Bone
  8. Rosanna
  9. Georgy Porgy
  10. Human Nature (Michael Jackson cover)
  11. I’ll Be Over You
  12. No Love
  13. Stop Loving You
  14. Piano Solo (Dominique “Xavier” Taplin)
  15. Girl Goodbye
  16. Lion
  17. Dune (Desert Theme)
  18. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (The Beatles cover)
  19. Make Believe
  20. Africa (with David Paich)
  21. Home of the Brave (with David Paich)

He said:

“I don’t know what the future-future’s gonna be, but I do know that’s gonna be the last show, for the foreseeable future and certainly the end of this configuration of Toto”.

Talking about the possibility of Toto coming back with a different lineup, Steve said:

“We’ve got to take a break from all this. We were beat up really badly and we’ve got to heal and figure out what’s going on.

“I mean, the music’s still there. I’m not saying I’m never going to play this music again. That would be stupid to say – that would be a lie. I can play whatever I want from my entire career with whomever I want to, and so can everybody else. But I don’t know what that is yet.”

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