San Francisco Bay Area native Linda Livingston is a San Francisco State graduate, where she obtained her degree in Music. Livingston started playing the drums at 21 out of her search for something interesting to do. She ended up renting a set of Congo drums one day because she had been told that she had natural rhythm. She found this to be true. Soon afterwards the Timbale and trap drums where added to her percussive repertoire.
Livingston has performed in the Bay Area and beyond for 40 plus years. She has played along side of Sheila E., Pete and Juan Escovedo and Lenny Williams to name a few. Livingston is currently a member of the band "D-Hook." Formed in 2015, the group focuses on smooth jazz and original compositions.
Livingston is also an actress, she is currently performing at San Francisco's Cyclone Warehouse, where she has a role in "The Emperor Jones" by Eugene O'Neil.
Livingston will be accompanied by Daryl Bishop on bass, Reggie Brown on rhythm guitar, Rodney Connor, lead guitar, Lorenzo Macon on drums, and George Stanley on saxophone.
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