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Monday September 1st, 2014

Posted at 11:52am

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Sunday night in the Colosseum of Caesars Windsor, the city and venue hosted American rock band “Toto” and Michael McDonald.

Toto, reigning from Los Angeles, have released a total of 17 albums and were honored with several awards including Grammys and inductees of the Musicians Hall of Fame.

The band played their hits like “Rosanna,” “Africa,” and “Hold the Line.”

Michael McDonald, began as a back-up for Windsor previous guests, Steely Dan, before becoming a member of the Doobie brothers.

The now-solo singer has won his share of Grammy awards with his bands and songwriting, and has appeared as a guest in pop culture like “40-Year Old Virgin” and “Family Guy.”

Michael McDonald performed his hits like “Sweet Freedom,” “I Keep Forgetting,” and “Takin’ It to the Streets.”

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