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This was a bucket list concert for me and TOTO
did not disappoint . The set list was excellent
although they did play two covers and a
instrumental from the Soundtrack of the movie
Dune which TOTO scored.
Almost every album was represented by at
least one song which is unheard of.
The Charleston Music Hall is an intimate venue
with 1,000 seats. The only disappointing thing
for me was that original member and
keyboardist David Paich was not there due to
sickness Be sure to eat next door at Coast and
enjoy some cocktails before your show
Donald Powers(Former DJ from Memphis now in Nashville) from Nashville, Tennessee
TOTO SHOWS TRUE MUSICIANSHIP AT NASHVILLE RYMAN(D.R. POWERS)
I have read in previous reviews from other concert halls that the reviewers(fans/concert goers) had complaints that Toto didn't just do a greatest hits concert and then say adios and leave the stage. Let me explain something to those whiners about how Toto sets up their playlist and format for their 40th anniversary tour. Toto knows that fans want to hear their biggest hits like Rosanna, Africa and Hold The Line. Toto rotates their hits at each venue they perform at so these songs don't become stale and robotic as they play them continually at each venue. They have a middle segment where they have fun with the audience and show how some of their songs in the beginning weren't so classic and at our sold out venue the crowd loved it. As for the remark made about not needing to hear Steve Lukather play "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" because he was a fan of George Harrison, that whiner needs to realize Steve was influenced by Mr. Harrison. The band was on spot vocally and instrumentally.
Angela from Vancouver, British Columbia
We sat Right Orchestra Row M seats 50 & 51 (aisle closest to Orchestra section, fabulous
seats! This band brought their "A" game last night. Couldn't have been happier with the
mix of old and new and the nine piece band. Would absolutely pay to go again and
again. Favorite song of the night for me was "Africa"
Mary from Greater Peoria, IL area from Peoria, Illinois
Toto delivered an amazing performance. There is so much talent throughout! By interacting with the audience, they made us feel like a part of the night. They brought a lot of energy and the lighting specialists did an awesome job!! Our family are grateful for the opportunity to finally get to see them in concert. See you next time TOTO!!
Gary Litvin from Chicago, Illinois
LENNY IS THE BOMB!
Last night in Chicago was our 26th Toto concert. They never fail to impress us, as the musicians are always the very best no matter who they bring on with them on each tour. Lenny was unusually impressive on percussion last night, Joseph's voice was outstanding again, but Steve's guitar playing was the highlight. I only wish they would have played at least one cut from the 14 album. That was a bit disappointing. As long as they keep playing, I'll keep going!!
John Cerauli from Chicago, Illinois
NO BETTER BAND OUT THERE LIVE!
TOTO is, consistently, the most polished, technically, and aesthetically, of any band that I have ever heard live since I've been going to concerts (1983). I have seen them 4 times in the last 10 years and each time the show has been entirely different. Sure, they played their most important hits each time, but, to an avid concert goer, variety is important to me, and, in that respect, this band delivers at an extremely high level. Add to that the obvious fun that they are having on stage together and what you get is a spectacular show every time. They would not permit anything less. Truly professional.
BigCat from Atlanta, Georgia
Saw TOTO in Atlanta and it was such a great concert - the talent, the mix, the venue! Given that there is a dearth of great musicians today who not only don't take music-craft seriously they can't play live! TOTO is the exception! TOTO CAN PLAY!
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