|Height:||173 cm (5' 9'')|
|Birth Day:||June 25, 1954|
|Birth Place:||Los Angeles, United States|
Multi-talented musician who recorded numerous albums and worked with various artists including Michael Jackson. His record sales numbered more than 30 million.
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He was in the rock band Toto and was responsible for hit songs such as 'Hold the Line,' 'Lowdown,' 'Rosanna,' and 'Lady Love Me (One More Time).' He collaborated with Boz Scaggs during the 1970s.
Paich remained with Toto from the beginning of the band in 1977 until 2004, then performed on only a few shows until their disbandment in 2008. Session keyboardist Greg Phillinganes joined Toto in 2003 as an additional keyboardist for both studio projects and tour dates. In 2010, Paich resumed performing with Toto, and until mid-2018 was one of the band's keyboard players, alongside fellow original member Steve Porcaro.
In 1977, Paich produced the No. 1 R&B hit "Break It to Me Gently" by Aretha Franklin.
In 1982, Paich produced and arranged the song "It's A Long Road" for the film First Blood.
In 1989, Paich produced and arranged the Oscar-nominated song "The Girl Who Used to Be Me", written by Marvin Hamlisch and Alan and Marilyn Bergman, for the film Shirley Valentine and produced the song "I'll Be Holding On", written by Hans Zimmer and Will Jennings, for the film Black Rain.
In 1994, Paich was a producer on the Tramaine Hawkins album "TO A HIGHER PLACE" which was nominated for Best Contemporary Soul Gospel Album in the 37th Annual Grammy Awards.
In October 2009, David Paich was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame along with the other members of Toto.
Paich traveled to China, where he worked composing theme music for the 2008 Summer Olympics. In 2009, he sang the hit song "Africa" at the Millennium Development Goals awards in New York and co-produced a new tune for George Benson. Paich was involved with the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards as a music producer and keyboardist for the on-stage band.
Paich was the Co-Music Director for President Bill Clinton's Foundation Concert in 2011. That year Paich also performed on the all-star benefit album entitled Jazz For Japan (Avatar Records).
With Toto in between legs of its 2018 40 Trips Around the Sun (40th anniversary) tour, the band announced via its official website on July 20, 2018 that Paich "will not be performing on the band's planned North American tour [lasting from July 30-November 17]. The recent European appearances [February 11-April 8] took a toll on his personal well-being... He plans on focusing on his health, and looks forward to returning to the road when ready to do so." Guitarist Steve Lukather later stated that Paich's absence stemmed partially from an apparent seizure he suffered during the band's early 2018 European tour.
Currently, David Paich is 67 years, 1 months and 11 days old. David Paich will celebrate 68th birthday on a Saturday 25th of June 2022.
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