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David Paich

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Los Angeles, California, USA (1977 – present)

David Frank Paich (born 25 June 1954 in Los Angeles, California, USA) is a session musician, keyboard player, recording producer, arranger, vocalist and main composer of the Los Angeles-based rock/pop band Toto (1977-2008). David is the son of the late jazz composer, musician, and arranger Marty Paich. With Toto, Paich has released 17 albums and sold over 30 million records.

He has co-writing credits with Boz Scaggs on the songs “What Can I Say”, “Lowdown” (Grammy Award), “Lido Shuffle” from the multi-platinum album Silk Degrees, and occasionally still sits in on keyboards with Boz Scaggs’ band. As songwriter he wrote or co-wrote songs for Cher, Jacksons, Andy Williams, George Benson, Jon Anderson (Yes) and Chicago. As arranger he worked for Michael Jackson, Rod Stewart, Patti Austin, Donna Summer, and many more.

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