Dino Danelli Death, Obituary – At the age of 78, Dino Danelli, the drummer for the Rascals who played on classics such as “Good Lovin’,” “Groovin’,” “I’ve Been Lonely Too Long,” and “People Got to Be Free,” passed yesterday. His contributions to songs such as “Good Lovin’,” “Groovin’,” “I’ve Been Lonely Too Long,” and “People Got to Be Free” earned him a reputation as a musician. On his own Facebook page, Rascals band member Gene Cornish, who was also one of the band’s co-founders, broke the sad news about Dino Danelli’s passing with the following post: “It is with a shattered heart that I must notify you of the passing of Dino Danelli.”
” He was my brother in addition to being the most incredible drummer I had the honor of witnessing. Right now, I couldn’t possibly be more heartbroken if I tried. Dino, we pray that you find eternal rest. You will never lose my undying love. A member of the Rascals fan community named Joe Russo said the following on Danelli’s Facebook page: “Our dear Dino went away today.” “In the not-too-distant future, I will elaborate further on his extraordinary gift and talk about the events from his life that he has related to me, in addition to the times that we have spent together as friends and coworkers.
These topics will be discussed in addition to the times that we have spent together as friends and coworkers. I am certain that in the years to come, everyone of you will maintain your respect for his talents and continue to express your admiration for him. We are thankful that you have encouraged him in each and every one of his endeavors during the course of his professional life. He will be eternally thankful to all of you since you made it possible for him to follow his passion of becoming a musician and an artist.