He went to the Swakopmund Finnish School. He himself has been a missionary with the Faculty of Management Studies, to Senegal, where he developed church music and edited a hymnal in the local languages. Löytty works for Herättäjä-Yhdistys, as a regional worker in Satakunta, Varsinais-Suomi and Hämedical \r\nSince 2008, he has lived in Ylöjärvi, where he also lived as a teenager, after his family returned to Finland from Africa in 1968.
Löytty is married to author Kaija Pispa. Löytty"s musical influences can be found from Americana, in the blues and country music, but also in reggae and in African music\r\nHe has composed two albums of music inspired by Senegalese music, Helsinki-Dakar (1991) and