Mark Guerrero Radio
Lalo Guerrero

Lalo Guerrero

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero talks about the music and career of his father, Lalo Guerrero, the Father of Chicano Music and plays selected recordings from his catalog.

Chan Romero

Chan Romero

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews rock pioneer Chan Romero, whose song "The Hippy Hippy Shake" was recorded by The Beatles, The Swinging Blue Jeans, and The Georgia Satellites.  Selected recordings from his catalog are played and discussed.

Fred Sanchez and Jerry Salas of El Chicano

Fred Sanchez and Jerry Salas of El Chicano

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews Fred Sanchez (founder, leader, bassist) and Jerry Salas (lead singer, guitarist) of El Chicano about their music and career and play and discuss selected recordings from their catalog.

Rudy Salas of Tierra

Rudy Salas of Tierra

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews singer/songwriter/guitarist Rudy Salas, leader of Tierra, about his career and plays selected recordings from Tierra's catalog. 

Jose “Dr. Loco” Cuellar

Jose “Dr. Loco” Cuellar

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews singer/songwriter/educator Jose Cuellar, Phd., aka Dr. Loco, about his life and career and plays selected recordings from his catalog.

Ersi Arvizu

Ersi Arvizu

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews singer/songwriter Ersi Arvizu about her life and career, which includes being a member of The Sisters, El Chicano, and a solo artist on an album produced by Ry Cooder.  Her career as a boxer and boxing trainer is also discussed.

Max Uballez

Max Uballez

August 12, 2018

Mark Guerrero interviews singer/songwriter/author Max Uballez of The Romancers in the '60s and Macondo in the '70s.  Selected recordings from Max's career are played and discussed.  His book "Chuy de Cabra" is also discussed.

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" and they discuss the songs and stories behind them.  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.

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.