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Steve Porcaro

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Born Sep 2, 1957

Steven Maxwell "Steve" Porcaro is an American keyboardist and composer, who was an original member of the rock/pop band Toto. Porcaro wrote or co-wrote at least one song on each of Toto's first six albums, with the exception of Isolation.

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CHILDHOOD

1957 Birth Born on September 2, 1957.

TEENAGE

1977 19 Years Old Porcaro's touring career began playing with Gary Wright during his tour in 1977, supporting the latter's The Dream Weaver album. … Read More

TWENTIES

1987 29 Years Old He left Toto in 1987 after the Fahrenheit album in order to pursue a more full-time songwriting and composing career. … Read More

THIRTIES

1992 34 Years Old He was also a member of Chris Squire's short lived band, The Chris Squire Experiment, in 1992. … Read More

FIFTIES

2009 51 Years Old He collaborated with his daughter Heather Porcaro on her debut album, The Heartstring Symphony, released in 2009. … Read More
2015 57 Years Old Porcaro performed on the band's 2015 studio album Toto XIV, co-writing and singing lead on 'The Little Things' and writing/singing lead on the Japan-only bonus cut, "Bend."
2016 58 Years Old Steve released his first ever solo album on 10 June 2016. … Read More
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