Who almost joined Toto?

Who almost joined Toto?

In 1976, David Paich and Jeff Porcaro asked Kimball to join them with three other session musicians, who would eventually form Toto. He submitted a self-penned audition song for the band: “You Are the Flower”, which he had written for his daughter and was later included on Toto’s debut album.

What happened to the original singer of Toto?

Jeff Porcaro died in an accident on August 5, 1992, at the age of 38 while working in his garden. According to the LA Times Report, the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office lists the cause of death to be a heart attack from the hardening of the arteries caused by cocaine use.

Who was lead singer for Toto?

Joseph Williams
Bobby Kimball
Toto/Lead singers

Who sang lead vocals on hold the line?

Hold the Line/Artists

Why did Bobby Kimball leave Toto again?

Kimball was fired from Toto. It was, according to Steve Porcaro, a decision based not on his arrest but on the effects that cocaine use was having on his voice. “The bottom line was Bobby couldn’t sing. Bobby had to, and he just wasn’t delivering.”

What was Toto’s biggest hit?

I’ll Be Over You. Toto. Peaked at #1 on 10.24.1986.

  • Africa. Toto. Peaked at #5 on 1.21.1983.
  • Rosanna. Toto. Peaked at #17 on 7.16.1982.
  • I Won’t Hold You Back. Toto. Peaked at #1 on 4.29.1983.
  • Pamela. Toto. Peaked at #9 on 5.13.1988.
  • Without Your Love. Toto. Peaked at #7 on 3.6.1987.
  • Toto. Peaked at #19 on 2.22.1980.
  • Anna. Toto.
  • Who sings the song love isn’t always on time?

    Love Isn’t Always on Time (Instrumental Live)/Artists

    Who sang 99 by Toto?


    Why is Africa by Toto popular?

    The song’s popularity is aided by the fact that it’s actually a very well-crafted piece of music, with driving drum loops, layered harmonies, and an anthemic chorus. The lyrics can be a bit hard to make out, and as is often the case with 80s tracks, even once you hear the words they can be a bit nonsensical.