Texas Trust CU Theatre at Grand Prairie
Exclaiming that they'll 'bless the rains down in Africa', the mystic grove of Toto is coming back to the live stage as they announced their big return through the DOGZ OF OZ WORLD TOUR. Presented by David Paich, co-founder of Toto, Steve Lukather and Joseph Williams will be joined by their new band lineup on this tour, marking the 15th incarnation of Toto's line-up throughout decades of getting the groove going. With over two billion streams across their legendary discography, Toto continues to bless the airwaves around the globe for their timeless hits including "Hold the Line" and "Africa". Don't miss this chance to catch the legendary band live on stage at Texas Trust CU Theatre on Tuesday, 21st of February 2023 by booking your tickets now!
With over 40 years since their formation, of blessing the music industry with their timeless hits "Hold the Line", "Rosanna", and "Africa", Toto is back with a new lineup, gearing up to bring the groove back to the live stage at their newly-announced DOGZ OF OZ WORLD TOUR. Presented by David Paich, a new band lineup will be joining Steve Lukather and Joseph Williams on the road.
Their new band members include bassist John Pierce, drummer Robert "Sput" Searight, keyboardist Steve Maggiora, keyboardist Dominique "Xavier" Taplin, and multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Warren Ham. As an ensemble, they're all taking part in this mission of keeping Toto's musical legacy and influence alive for generations to come.
With over two billion streams around the globe across all of their streaming platforms, Toto has found itself amassing a following from a new generation of listeners. With "Africa" and their other hits continuing to hit the global airwaves, TOTO remains to be a legendary band for generations to remember. They continue to be one fo the top selling touring and recording artists in the industry.
Known for combining element s of pop, rock, funk, soul, R&B, blues, and jazz to their masterpieces, TOTO has dropped 14 full-length studio albums, and over 40 million records around the world. They've received several Grammy Awards including "Record of the Year" and "Album of they Year". In 2009, they were inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum.
On their 15th incarnation, the band has been through a lot, and yet continued to strive to keep the groove going. "We were serious fucking musicians," shared Lukather. "But we came out exactly the same time as the Sex Pistols, and it didn’t go well when we were compared to them. I mean, I think we’re the most critically reviled band of all time."
With fans old and new hanging around, awaiting TOTO's big return to touring, listeners around the globe are in for a treat at their new DOGZ OF OZ WORLD TOUR. Don't miss out on this chance to catch the legendary band perform live on stage at The Kia Forum on February 21st by booking your tickets now!