Toto – Part II

Since their formation in 1977, Toto has been honing their craft and they have always done it with a sense of humor. The funny side of Toto is often times represented in the band’s music. They have a unique style of singing, one that is reminiscent of jazz and fusion but also very individualistic. The most well known and loved Toto of today are: Kiara, Hitoshi Fujioka, and Maiko Yamane.


If you want to be a part of the Toto family, you can do so by joining their ranks. To do so, all you have to do is visit their official website. On this site, you will find all the latest news and information as well as current lineup. You will be able to listen to the songs, videos, and even hear a sample of the music performed by the band members. The website not only gives you a peek at the band’s current music style but also gives you an idea as to how their music blends with the other elements of rock and roll such as progressive rock and heavy metal.

Many people who were introduced to Toto during their early days would continue on to become fans of the band. The reason for this is because the members of Toto have a strong connection to their home country, Singapore. For instance, singer/songwriter Lee Ki Weng created many hit songs that were based on his native Singapore. When he decided to sing and perform these songs in different arenas around the world, he was able to use the musical styles of both Singapore and the United States to create some of his best songs.

When it comes to performing Toto in Singapore, there are two main singers. These two are Lee Ki Weng and Kim Hyo Sung. According to the band’s official website, the musical style of Toto is influenced by the music styles of Singaporean people like the Raffles Club and the Rastaman. Since most of the current lineup consists of artists from both regions of the world, it is very common to find a mixture of American and Singaporean musical styles in their songs.

It should be noted that there is another member of Toto that is also a very popular singer/songwriter known as Lim Si Eng. The two joined Toto sometime in the mid-1990s and after several years of successfully performing as a solo artist, Lim Si Eng was asked to sing and play the lead guitar in their new song, Porcelain in My Mind. In addition to the guitar playing, he also sings and riffs along with the rest of the current line up. Both of these artists are considered to be the best-known members of Toto.

The last known member of Toto to have been featured on an album with fellow American blues musician, Blind Willie McTell. Known as the last “regular” member of Toto, Blind Willie McTell along with other session musicians including Glen Campbell played some of the material on the band’s debut album, Tears in Heaven. It was recorded by legendary producer, Ray Whitfield. Other members of Toto, who have also contributed to the band’s sound include: Carlos Santana, Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and John Butler. No matter which group or artist you decide to support, all of them have achieved success in their own right and they all deserve the top spots in any list of greatest Toto moments.