Mark Guerrero Radio
George Ochoa of Yaqui

George Ochoa of Yaqui

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews singer/songwriter George Ochoa, who was a member of the Slauson Brothers in the 60s and Olde Tyme Religion and Yaqui in the 70s.  His recordings with those groups are played and discussed.

George Landa of Los Nawdy Dawgs

George Landa of Los Nawdy Dawgs

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews George Landa of Tucson's Los Nawdy Dawgs about their album "Lalo's Town."  Most of the songs were written by Landa, but he also covered some Lalo Guerrero songs, including "Marijuana Boogie", "Tin Marin de do Pingue," and "Los Chucos Suaves" in his band's own style.  Also played is Los Nawdy Dawgs version of Lalo's "Muy Sabroso Blues" with a lead vocal by Mark Guerrero.

Butch Rillera

Butch Rillera

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews drummer Butch Rillera about his career which included playing with Redbone, White Trash, and the Righteous Brothers.  Selected recordings on which Butch played are played and discussed.

Little Willie G

Little Willie G

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews Little Willie G (Garcia), original lead singer of Thee Midniters, about his music and career.  Selected recordings with Thee Midniters, Malo, Ry Cooder, and his solo career are also played and discussed.

Steve Salas

Steve Salas

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews Steve Salas, original lead singer of Tierra, about his career and selected recordings with Tierra and his solo career are played and discussed.

Billy Cardenas

Billy Cardenas

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews Billy Cardenas, who managed and/or produced many East Los Angeles bands and vocal groups in the 1960s, including Cannibal & the Headhunters, the Premiers, the Blendells, the Romancers, the Sisters, Mark & the Escorts, Ronnie & the Pomona Casuals, and many others.  Selected recordings of many of his artists are played and discussed.

Little Ray Jimenez

Little Ray Jimenez

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews, R&B singer and "Eastside Sound" superstar of the 60s, Little Ray Jimenez, about his career and plays selected recordings from his catalog.

Art Brambila

Art Brambila

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews Art Brambila about his career as an artist's manager, record executive, and television producer in the 1970s.  The recordings of artist's he managed including Mark Guerrero, Tierra, Yaqui, Carmen Moreno, and Johnny Martinez are also played and discussed.

Pc Muñoz

Pc Muñoz

August 11, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews, art funk songwriter/recording artist, Pc Muñoz about his career and plays and discusses selected recordings from his catalog.

Rene Rene

Rene Rene

August 11, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews Rene Ornelas, aka Rene Rene, about his career and plays selected recordings from his catalog.  Rene and Rene, Ornelas' vocal duo, scored two national hits in the 1960s with "Angelito" in 1964 and "Lo Mucho Que Te Quiero (The More I Love You)" in 1969.

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