Steve "Luke" Lukather (born October 21, 1957 in San Fernando Valley, California) is a session musician, songwriter, arranger, producer and guitar player of the band Toto. In addition to his work with Toto, Lukather has released several solo albums.
Lukather made himself famous by being the most sought-after session guitarist in LA in the 70s and 80s. He would walk into a studio last minute and lay down perfect tracks the first time, in whatever style required.
Known to his friends as "Luke" he still records and tours with Toto (2005) and continues to be an in-demand studio player and producer.
1989 Los Lobotomys (Maxus)
1989 Lukather (CBS)
1994 Candyman (Columbia)
1997 Luke (Columbia)
2001 No substitutions together with Larry Carlton (Favored Nations)
2001 Doves of Fire live (Bootleg)
2003 Santamental (ulfTone Music)
Session Player Discography Includes
1982 Branigan Laura Branigan (Atlantic)
Steve Lukather with acoustic guitar - Varus Open Air in OsnabrÃ¼ck, Germany, 2004
Steve Lukather (right) and Bobby Kimball (left) - Varus Open Air in OsnabrÃ¼ck, Germany, 2004
Steve Lukather - Official website
Toto - Official website
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