Toto has just added a 20-date East Coast run to its upcoming 40th anniversary tour. The band, which these days primarily plays on the overseas circuit, is led by classic members Steve Lukather on guitar, and keyboardists David Paich and Steve Porcaro. The band kicks things off North of the border on July 30th in Vancouver at the Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts and finishes things off on November 17th at Lynn, Massachusetts at Lynn Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium. Newly added dates included stops in Tennessee; Alabama; Florida; South Carolina; North Carolina; Georgia; Virginia; Washington, DC; Connecticut; New Jersey; and New York.

As individuals, the band members of Toto can be heard on an astonishing 5,000 albums that together amass a sales history of a half a billion albums. Prior to the release of the band's 1978 self-titled debut — which featured the Top Five classic, “Hold The Line” — most of Toto played a key role in Boz Scaggs' legendary 1976 album, Silk Degrees.