Los Angeles Radio Veteran Shana LiVigni Passes
July 20, 2015 at 4:05 AM (PT)
ALL ACCESS has learned that veteran LOS ANGELES radio personality SHANA LIVIGNI has passed away. According to her son TONY LIVIGNI she passed away in her sleep on SATURDAY JULY 18th in DETROIT. Her cause of death was a heart attack due to natural causes. She was 62.
In 1974, at age 21, SHANA was the first female jock on KFRC/SAN FRANCISCO. She later worked over two decades on L.A. radio, including stints at KHJ-A, KEZY, KROQ, KPCC, KCBS-F, and, most notably, at KLOS, KLSX. In 1984, SHANA did morning drive on KLOS replacing FRAZER SMITH. She also hosted several nationally syndicated radio features and also served as Talent Coordinator of the syndicated show "ROCKLINE."
Funeral arrangements are pending.