AZ Music Community Mourns Loss of Valley Legend

Leader of Popular 70’s/80’s Rock Group Loosely Tight Leaves Legacy

Phoenix, AZ, 12/22/11– Dino Livingston, founder and leader of Arizona Hard Rock band Loosely Tight, died of complications from diabetes on December 20th.

Managed during their heyday by music mogul, Danny Zelisko, Loosely Tight performed for thousands of fans across the country, sharing the stage with contemporaries including Aerosmith, Cheap Trick and Van Halen.

The band took top honors at the California World Music Festival in 1979.  Loosely Tight found a resurgence through a re-release of it’s music on Phoenix label, Fervor Records, with their greatest hits compilation, The Best Of Loosely Tight.

The label perpetuated the band’s legacy by licensing Loosely Tight songs in films such as The Messenger, starring Woody Harrelson and The Love Guru, featuring Mike Meyers.

Mr. Livingston is survived by his daughter, Angel.  Donations will be accepted by his business affairs manager, Johnny Cochran – 281.658.8980

Photo captions (below): Live close-up of Dino Livingston, Loosely Tight promo shot

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