Steve Lukather
Steve Lukather

Steve Lukather

About Steve Lukather

Steve Lukather already had a loyal following among his peers in the music industry before the public got to know him as one of the original members of Toto. A gifted and versatile guitarist, Lukather was one of the busiest session players of the 1980s and '90s, contributing to albums by Michael Jackson, Stevie Nicks, Aretha Franklin, Barbra Streisand, and many more, while also recording and touring with Toto, where he began to hone his talents as a vocalist and songwriter. Lukather launched his solo career in 1989 with the album Lukather; he showed off his technique in a live setting on 2001's No Substitutions: Live in Osaka; he mixed rock, pop, and blues on 2010's All's Well That Ends Well; and 2021's I Found the Sun Again featured him with a band of longtime collaborators who were able to complete each tune in no more than two takes.

    Los Angeles, CA
  • BORN
    October 21, 1957

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