Toto back in Paris

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The American FM rock group Toto will be in concert at the Dôme de Paris – Palais des sports on July 11, 2024.

Eight years after its last appearance at the Olympia, the American rock group FM Toto announces his return to the Capital. See you on July 11, 2024 at the Dôme de Paris – Palais des Sports to appreciate the talent of the group on stage. For the moment, this is the only French date announced. The first parts have not yet been communicated. Tickets will be on sale this Friday, November 17 at 10 a.m. via the organizer’s website.

Entitled Dogs of Oz, this tour will “preserve the legacy of the group”, according to guitarist Steve Lukather. The public can thus expect classics like “Hold the Line”, “Rosanna” or “Africa”, without forgetting possible surprises from the rich repertoire of Totowho has a career spanning over 40 years.

The Americans stopped releasing albums under their own name. The last, Old Is New, was released in 2018. However, the band has continued to perform concerts. For new compositions, you have to head to the solo albums of members Steve Lukather, Joseph Williams and David Paich. “They’re my childhood friends!” » explains the guitarist in an interview with the editorial staff. “It’s natural for me to make music with them! Joseph and I each released a solo record last year, which didn’t stop us from collaborating. Same with David Paich. We are always happy to work together. We don’t want to make a Toto album so as not to get involved in these stories of rights and percentages. »

BridgesSteve Lukather’s latest album, was released in June. Toto did not specify whether it would be represented in these upcoming dates.


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