When Toto's 40th anniversary tour comes to Philadelphia on Sunday, the concert will mark the last time the group's members will perform together.
That's according to guitarist Steve Lukather, who says the group plans on "calling it a day" after wrapping up the tour. "I don’t know what the future-future’s gonna be, but I do know that’s gonna be the last show -- and certainly the end of this configuration of Toto," Lukather says.
The co-founding member of the veteran band blames the decision on the rigors of the road. "This kind of lifestyle is way harder than people think it is," he says. "They just think that we float around from city to city magically and live a life of luxury. And I’m not saying that we travel poorly, but it’s a burden to be away from your family 230 days a year, like me."
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