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Bless the Rains: Inside Toto’s Slow Fall and Surprise Resurrection – Rolling Stone

How the self-described “most critically-reviled band of all time” staged an unlikely comeback — until a lawsuit nearly ended it all



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Toto had lots of reasons to be happy when they hit the road in 2018 for their 40th-anniversary tour. After years of slogging it out on the Eighties nostalgia circuit, playing too many casinos and state fairs to even remember, they were finally in high demand again thanks to a huge resurgence of interest in their 1982 hit “Africa.”
“We started playing theaters in America again,” says Toto guitarist Steve Lukather. “Then we went to Australia and played one of these kids’ festivals where we were the…

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