Dino Livingston is the founding member of LOOSELY TIGHT, a hard rock band from Phoenix, Arizona. Winners of the California World Music Festival, and previously signed to Capitol Records, they have opened for Van Halen, Cheap Trick, Aerosmith, REO Speedwagon, Eddie Money, and many more! Dino has two original songs that have been featured in the films, "The Love Guru" with Mike Myers and "The Messenger" with Woody Harrelson and he recorded the CD, "Fightin' Society," which features all original material. Dino has relocated to Houston, Texas, and has teamed up with Wolff DeLong, former Die Hard bassist of Mean Gene Kelton; and drummer, "Tornado" Bob Hagen, from Branson, Missouri.
"Tornado" Bob Hagen is one of the rare drummers who can sing and play drums. He has been a staple in the Branson music scene for many years and has agreed to move to Houston to join up with Dino again.
Originally from San Diego, California, Wolff thundered his way across the West Coast from Mexico to Canada playing in numerous bands around the San Diego area, most notably, The Bluesmatics and the Dive Kings. His journeys eventually led him to Clarksdale, Mississippi, where he met and toured the United States with James "Super Chikan" Johnson for five years. When he wasn't on the road, he ran sound at Morgan Freeman's legendary club, Ground Zero. Wolff is featured on Gene Kelton's CD, "Going Back to Memphis: A Biker Band Tribute to Elvis," as well as Super Chikan's CD, "Chikan Soup."
Bob and Wolff's powerhouse rhythm section is the perfect match for Dino's phenomenal guitar playing and uplifting, yet hard-hitting, original songs. This dynamic trio has only been together a short time but they are already making their mark in the Houston and surrounding areas.