WATCH: Weezer Performs ‘Africa’ Cover With Toto’s Steve Porcaro On ‘Kimmel’

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Weezer performed their new rendition of Toto's hit song, 'Africa,' on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' Wednesday night. The American rock band was formed in 1992 in Los Angeles.READ MORE

Weezer Covers Toto

LISTEN: Weezer Finally Relents To Teen Request With Cover Of Toto’s ‘Africa’

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The internet successfully forced the pop-rock band Weezer to cover the 80s classic 'Africa' by Toto. The song has experienced a surge in popularity in recent years.READ MORE

Chris Squire and his iconic Rickenbacker bass.

5 Great Chris Squire Bass Songs in Memory of The Legendary Yes-Man

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Today is a sad one for fans of classic rock, progressive rock, and the bass guitar in general: Chris Squire was one of the most deft and appreciated players of four string to emerge from the first generation of prog rock bands, and played in every one of Yes's concerts for more than 45 years. He'll miss his first show with the band on August 7 when Yes opens a tour with Toto: Unfortunately, Squire succumbed to leukemia this weekend, shortly after he had announced his first hiatus from group. Yes has long shuffled members but Squire would end up being the one constant, and now the group will have to look deep at itself before it continues touring post-2015. For just a brief overview of Squire's best bass parts, check out the five tracks below from bios massive discography.READ MORE

Chris Squire and his iconic Rickenbacker bass.

Legendary Yes Bassist Chris Squire Dead at Age 67; Sound Helped Define Prog

Buzz 12:38PM EDT

Chris Squire, the legendary bassist and cofounder of Yes, has died at the age of 67. He announced a hiatus from the band during May as a result of recently-diagnosed acute erythroid leukemia. The band is scheduled to begin a new tour on August 7 with Toto, and it will mark the first performance in the group's 46-year history at which Squire will not appear.READ MORE

Steve Lukather of Toto

Toto and Yes Touring Together; Original Bassist David Hungate Back Following Death of Mike Porcaro

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Eighties icons Toto are taking to the road with another group of classic rockers, Yes, as part of a duel tour across the United States.READ MORE

Toto Performs at Yamaha's 125th Anniversary Dealer Concert

Skrillex and What So Not Collaborating With Toto: 'Africa' Band Reveals Details

Buzz 19:17PM EDT

Here is a name you probably have not heard from in a while -- Toto. The "Africa" group is on the comeback trail in the form of an album, 'Toto XIV,' and according to a Facebook post, a potential collaboration with Skrillex and What So Not.READ MORE


Toto Announce New Album 'Toto XIV,' Their First in Nine Years [WATCH]

Buzz 16:01PM EDT

Pop rock veterans Toto, best known for their hits "Rosanna" and "Africa," have announced a new album titled "Toto XIV," which is set for release March 24. Though its title implies that this is the 14th Toto studio album, it is actually the 13th — maybe they are counting their 1984 soundtrack for David Lynch's Dune. Though the band's own website states that it is the first Toto album in 10 years, their last album "Falling in Between" was actually released nine years ago in 2006, so maybe they are just not good with numbers. In the album's video trailer — which you can check out below — keyboardist Steve Porcaro insists that the band is not going "through the motions" with "Toto XIV."READ MORE

Ringo Starr

Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band Announce U.S. Dates for 2015, 'Photograph' Singer Will Hit the Road in Latin America Too [FULL SCHEDULE]

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Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band will be hitting the road next year, taking their music extravaganza to a few select U.S. and Latin American cities. The former Beatle and crew will kick things off in February and tour through March.READ MORE

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