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  1. The making of Transition

    - By Arend, Dec 6, 2011 12:00 AM

    On December 6h 2011 Steve Lukather started working on his new solo album. The album (Transition) is ready now and has been released on January 21st 2013 by Mascot Records. Check out this section to read and see how the first ideas became a solid record in the end.

  2. Reggie Boyle talking with Luke

    - By Arend, Nov 30, 2011 12:00 AM
    Recently Reggie Boyle talked with Luke about a turbulent year 2011 and some plans for the next one. As often Reggie and Luke were on fire!
  3. Reggie Boyle: Luke at the Grammy Museum

    - By Arend, Oct 24, 2011 12:00 AM

    The Grammy Museum has a special series of up close and personal question and answer/live performance programs at the Clive Davis Theater in Los Angeles,Ca. Steve Lukather was invited to the Guitar Greats edition of the program on October 24th 2011. The nights moderator was Los Angeles Vice President, Foundations Scott Goldman. The Stunning 30,000 square foot Museum and it's staff warmly welcomed Steve to it's downtown location.

  4. Reggie Boyle talking with Weingart about new album

    - By Arend, Sep 13, 2011 12:00 AM
    Steve Weingart, Steve Lukathers' keyboard player and musical director, has recorded a new CD called "Dialogue" with his wife Renee Jones. Weingart invited me down to Simon Phillips' Los Angeles area Phantom Recording Studio the day Luke was there to record his guitar parts on two tracks.
  5. Looking back on the Q reunion concert

    - By Arend, Sep 9, 2011 12:00 AM

    Lukather: "It was a real honor last Wednesday. So many memories and reunions with dear old friends and I have to say Quincy treated me and the guys with such love... I was 23 when I did the DUDE record, 24-25 for Thriller etc... all the songs and HIS body of work... To be a small part of a HUGE musical legacy was humbling and I still can't believe 30+ years have gone by. God Bless and thanks Q and Nathan East for making it happen! My older kids were there... it was a very special night I won't forget. Special thanks to my old friend and session Guitar Master Dean Parks for lending me his gear."

  6. Toto members play "Human Nature" with Q. Jones

    - By Arend, Sep 3, 2011 12:00 AM
    David Paich, Steve Lukather, Steve Porcaro and Nathan East will be joining Quincy Jones on September 7th at the Hollywood Bowl to play "Human Nature" (as they did on the original record "Thriller") as a Michael Jackson tribute. Try to make it out if you can as this promises to be a very special event!
  7. Brian May happy with Luke's video message

    - By Arend, Apr 24, 2011 12:00 AM
    On Saturday April 23rd, Brian May received the Eddy Christiani Award at the Arsenaal Theater in Vlissingen, Holland. Steve Lukather, the winner of the award in 2010, couldn't make it to be present in person BUT made a warm, personal message for his friend Brian. Brian's reaction on stage is clear: he was deeply touched!
  8. Lukather among top 10 session guitarists ever

    - By Arend, Apr 20, 2011 12:00 AM
    Lukather: "I JUST found out I was voted one of the 10 best session players of all time by Gibson. I am truly without words. I mean the guys up there are legends, and friends too in many cases but I never in a million years thought I would make the cut on something like this. I didn't even KNOW about it till now. I am humbled and honored and speechless. Thanks to those that voted. Damn... what a surprise."
  9. Hired Guns: The 10 Greatest Session Guitarists

    - By Arend, Apr 18, 2011 12:00 AM
    Session guitarists are often the music world’s equivalent of baseball’s utility infielder—unheralded players whose talents are cloaked in anonymity. Ironically, however, such guitarists also tend to be supremely accomplished, possessing, as they do, the versatility and improvisational skills necessary to accommodate a wide range of styles. Some go on to make a name for themselves beyond session work, while others are content to maintain their roles as indispensable studio mavens. Below are ten players who represent both sides of that spectrum.
  10. Lukather at the Jason Becker benefit concert

    - By Arend, Mar 31, 2011 12:00 AM
    Once again Steve Lukather was there at a benefit chipping in to help the cause. This time it was for Jason Becker who has Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gerighs' Disease). In 1989 Becker was given 3 to 5 years to live, hence the name of the benefit, Jason Becker's not Dead Yet! The benefit was to collect money towards medical supplies for Jason as well as a trust fund to provide for future security. This gig took place at Slim's in San Francisco, Ca.
  11. Lukather on Gary Moore's passing

    - By Arend, Feb 8, 2011 12:00 AM
    Lukather: "The world lost a Giant... Gary Moore. I was a fan for sure. Amazing touch and chops... whew... fire! I had the honor of sharing the bill with him in 2001 at Montreux Jazz Festival. I was with Larry Carlton at the time... he was such a nice guy and a MONSTER player. He will be missed. Man... this stuff is happening WAY too much for me. I pray you are all well and God bless."
  12. Lukather on top 10 Gibson.com riffs list!

    - By Arend, Nov 20, 2010 12:00 AM
    According to The Pulse of Radio, Gibson.com has compiled a list of the 10 greatest guitar riffs of the Eighties, or as the site put it, the 10 riffs "we deem the most totally awesome of the (decade)." Included on the list are riffs from acts like RUSH, GUNS N' ROSES, JUDAS PRIEST and AC/DC, along with more surprising inclusions from MICHAEL JACKSON and THE CLASH. The list is on Gibson.com, along with an excerpt from the reason for each. Number 7 on the list is "Beat it" by Michael Jackson, featuring Steve Lukather: "Yes, it had that insane guitar solo by Eddie Van Halen, but the engine driving the song was a weighty bounce by session whiz Steve Lukather."
  13. Toxic Monkey at the Blue Note NY

    - By Arend, Nov 19, 2010 12:00 AM
    Bill Evans returns to the Blue Note, this time with a brand new all-star band called Toxic Monkey featuring guitarist Steve Lukather, keyboardist Steve Weingart, bassist Will Lee and drummer Keith Carlock.
  14. Toto Summer Tour 2011

    - By Arend, Nov 18, 2010 12:00 AM
    In 2011 Toto will tour again, attending Europe and more. Here's Lukather´s comment on the present state of Toto.
  15. Review All's Well That Ends Well

    - By Arend, Oct 14, 2010 12:00 AM
    A deeply personal album, born from Lukather’s own harrowing personal experiences of the last year, this reflective, contemplative album is woven into three chapters, much like the great narrative of a novel or film.
  16. Reggie Boyle talking with Steve Weingart again

    - By Arend, Sep 29, 2010 12:00 AM

    Reggie: I had the chance to sit down in Simon Phillips recording studio a short while ago and talk to Steve Weingart. Steve is Steve Lukather's musical director, keyboard player and right hand man. A few days later I was able to chat again to Weingart and get up to the minute news regarding an update to both Weingarts' and Lukather's upcoming C.D.'s and their Tour. Here are those interviews.

  17. Luke attending Marco Borsato show in Amsterdam

    - By Arend, Sep 12, 2010 12:00 AM
    On Saturday September 11th Steve Lukather attended the shows of Edwin Evers and Marco Borsato at the Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam. Marco Borsato: "It's cool to have gitarist Steve Lukather attending your show and see him having a great time!"
    Steve Lukather: "It was great fun. I hung around and watched 2 shows. I really do like J-Bone though. Great cat and I saw the other guys (Ton Dijkman & Michel van Schie) real quick... nice and they always sound great."
  18. Eddy Christiani Award concert Vlissingen

    - By Arend, Apr 3, 2010 12:00 AM

    On April 3rd Steve Lukather got the Eddy Christiani Award from Eddy himself at the Arsenaal Theater in Vlissingen. After the ceremony Lukather did a concert with some of Holland's finest musicians.

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