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Steve Lukather

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Someone Steve Lukather, David Paich, Joseph Williams 04:08
Far From Over Steve Lukather, Joseph Williams 03:58
Darkness In My World Steve Lukather 06:59
Journey Through Steve Lukather 05:54
I'll Never Know Steve Lukather, David Paich, Joseph Williams 05:04
The Greatest Stories Are Never Told Gavin DeGraw, Lou Bega, Toto, Salif Keita 04:29
The Greatest Stories Are Never Told Gavin DeGraw, Lou Bega, Salif Keita, Bobby McFerrin 03:36
When I See You Again Steve Lukather, David Paich, Joseph Williams 04:55
The Greatest Stories Are Never Told Lou Bega, Bobby McFerrin, Go West, Sergio Mendes 06:36
All Forevers Must End Steve Lukather, Joseph Williams 04:20

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A professional guitarist since the 1970s, Steve Lukkather has performed on more than 1,500 albums, including classics like Michael Jackson's Thriller and Lionel Richie's Can't Slow Down. He released solo material as well as multiple albums with his band Toto, the latter of which sold over 35 million albums and won six Grammy Awards with hits like "Hold The Line," "Rosanna," and "Africa." A native of San Fernando Valley, California, he was born on October 21, 1957, and kickstarted his career as a session musician by playing guitar for Box Scaggs. He then co-founded Toto in 1976 and continued to expand his career as a guitarist. Toto became one of the most successful acts of the late-1970s and 1980s, with the band's 1982 release Toto IV going quadruple platinum in America. By the decade's end, Lukkather had launched his solo career with 1989's Lukather, a collection of driving blues rock anthems featuring guest appearances from Richard Marx and Eddie Van Halen. Other side projects included the Latin jazz fusion group Los Lobotomys and a tour to Japan with Larry Carlton, which resulted in the Grammy Award-winning album No Substitutions in 2002. However, it was his solo career that truly started to build with albums Candyman (1994), Luke (1997) and Ever Changing Times (2008). This led to Lukkather's seventh studio record, Transition (2013), reaching the Top 40 in multiple European countries, including Germany, Austria, and Finland. 2021's I Found the Sun Again was similarly successful, as was 2023's Bridges, an album that featured several of his Toto bandmates and notably debuted at Number 27 in Japan.