Guitarist Steve Lukather, who in June officially announced the break up of Toto after 31 years, is busy on the road promoting his new...

Guitarist Steve Lukather, who in June officially announced the break up of Toto after 31 years, is busy on the road promoting his new album “Ever Changing Times.” The four-month international tour began June 20 in Soenderborg, DEN, and has dates booked well into the fall.

Lukather’s touring band features Ricky E. Zahariades (guitars, vocals), Steve Weingart (keyboards), Carlitos Del Puerto (bass/vocals) and Eric Valentine (drums/vocals). Weingart has previously played with El Grupo and Dave Weckl; Valentine with T-Ride and Joe Satriani.

On tour, Lukather is doing songs from his solo records “Lukather,” “Candyman,” “Luke,” and “Ever Changing Times,” with a few songs he wrote for other people as well as some covers. He will be performing some Toto album cuts that he wrote and sang but no ballads or hits.

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Steve Lukather tour dates:
(Dates subject to change)

July 21 Festival de Carcassonne Carcassonne, FRA
July 23 Cognac Blues Passions Cognac, FRA
July 24 Capitol Mannheim, GER
July 26 Hirsch Nurnberg, GER
July 27 Amphitheater Hanau GER (with The Hooters & Manfred Mann’s Earth Band)
August 12 Red Rock Denver, CO (with Jethro Tull)
August 14 Orpheum Theater Sioux Falls, SD
August 16 Mitchell Auditorium Duluth, MN
August 17 Grand Theater Wausau, WI
August 18 Durty Nellies Palatine, IL
August 20 Music Mill Indianapolis, IN
August 21 Magic Bag Detroit, MI
August 22 The Winchester Cleveland, OH
August 23 The State Theater Washington DC
August 24 Ridgefield Playhouse Ridgefield, CT
August 27 BB King BLues Club New York, NY
October 2 The Coach House San Juan Capistrano, CA
October 3 Crash Mansion Los Angeles, CA
October 21 IMP Hall Osaka, JAP
October 22 ZEPP Nagoya Osaka JAP
October 24-25 Kosei Nenkin Tokyo, JAP