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Photo Gallery- Page 4

Cesar Chavez
 


Cesar Chavez & Mark Guerrero (1985)

(Convention Center, Bakersfield, CA)


 


Mark Guerrero & Cesar Chavez (1992)

(McCallum Theater, Palm Desert, CA) 


Cheech Marin
 



Mark Guerrero & Cheech Marin (1992)

(McCallum Theater, Palm Desert, CA)



Ricardo Montalban

 


Ricardo Montalban & Mark Guerrero (1979)

(On the set of Fantasy Island))



Fernando Valenzuela

 

 

 
Fernando Valenzuela & Mark Guerrero (1981)



Paul Rodriguez

 


Paul Rodriguez with Lalo & Amigos (1992)

(left to right- Lupita Castro, Little Joe Hernandez,
Mark Guerrero, Paul Rodriguez, Danny Valdez,
Cheech Marin, Lalo Guerrero, and Carmencristina Moreno)

(McCallum Theater, Palm Desert, CA)



Edward James Olmos

 


Lalo & Amigos (1992)

(left to right- Edward Olmos, Mark Guerrero, Lalo Guerrero, Cheech Marin, Cesar Chavez, and Dan Guerrero) 

(McCallum Theater, Palm Desert, CA) 



Eric Burdon

 


 

Cesar Rosas, Eric Burdon, Mark Guerrero, and Hurricane Ramon (1995)

(Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, CA)



President Bill Clinton

 


Mark, Dan, and Lalo Guerrero with President Clinton (1998)

(Mellon Auditorium, Washington D.C.)



Hillary Clinton

 

 

 
Mark and Dan Guerrero with Hillary Clinton (1998)

(Mellon Auditorium, Washington D.C.)



Chris Montez

 


Chris Montez (1962)


 


Chris Montez with Tommy Roe and The Beatles (1963)


 


Chris Montez & Mark Guerrero (2002)



Maldita Vecindad


 


Maldita Vecindad & Mark Guerrero (2003)

(left to right- Aldo, Sax, Roco, Mark Guerrero, and Pato)

 

Quetzal Flores

 


Mark Guerrero & Quetzal Flores (2004)

(Autry National Center- Los Angeles, California)

 

Ruben & the Jets


 


Ruben & the Jets (1973)

(left to right- Jim "Motorhead" Sherwood,
Tony Duran, Robert "Buffalo" Roberts, Bill Wild, Bob Zamora,
Rubén Guevara, Johnny Martinez, and Robert "Frog" Camarena)


 


Rubén "Funkahuátl" Guevara (1992)

(photo by Aurelio José Barrera)

 

Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs

 


Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs (c. 1965)
(Domingo "Sam" Samudio aka Sam the Sham)

 

Johnny Chingas

 


Johnny Chingas (1984)

(photo by Aurelio José Barrera)

 

Ronnie & the Casuals

 


Ronnie & the Casuals (1964)

(left to right- Ronnie Duran, Robert Arroyo, Ryan O'brien,
Charles Lett, Jimmy Duran, Philip Duran, and Robert Foley)


 


Ronnie & the Casuals (1964)
(East Los Angeles)



Little Ray Jimenez

 


Little Ray Jimenez (c. 1964)

 
 


Little Ray (1965)


 


Little Ray & the Progressions (1965)
(Boulevard Theater- East Los Angeles)
(using our Mark & the Escorts drum set)

(far left- Clarence Playa, center- Little Ray Jimenez)


 


Little Ray Jimenez & Mark Guerrero (2004)



Mickey & the Invaders

 


Mickey & the Invader
s (c. 1965)

left to right- (front row) Mike "Mickey" Aversa and Simon Casas
(back row) John Ortiz, Bobby Espinoza, Denny Robinson, and Linda Robinson


 


Mickey & the Invaders with The Blossoms (c. 1967)



Dyna-Might

 


Dyna-Might (1969)

front- John Ortiz and Simon Casas
middle- Mario Sosa
back- Barry Ward and Mike Aversa



Mike "Mickey" Aversa

 


Mike "Mickey" Aversa (2011)



Bob Keane


 


Bob Keane & Mark Guerrero (2003)

(Bob Keane of DelFi Records produced and managed Ritchie Valens)



Billy Cardenas

 


Billy Cardenas & Mark Guerrero (2004)

(Billy was the manager of my first band, Mark & the Escorts, in 1964-65.
He also managed The Romancers, The Premiers, The Blendells,
Cannibal & the Headhunters, and many other Eastside bands in the 60s.)



Art Brambila

 


Mark Guerrero & Art Brambila (2004)

(Art Brambila was my manager in 1971-72. 
He also managed Tierra and Yaqui at the time.)


 


Billy Cardenas, Mark Guerrero & Art Brambila (2013)



Joe Ortiz

 


Mark Guerrero, Martha & Joe Ortiz

(Joe Ortiz is a Chicano media pioneer.  Starting in 1970, he hosted radio and television shows in Los Angeles and later became a publicist.  Joe was the announcer on many of my "Chicano Music Chronicles" internet radio shows.



Tony Valdez / Paul Carlin


 


Paul Carlin, Tony Valdez, Mark Guerrero, and Art Sanchez (2008)

(Paul Carlin promoted shows at the Montebello Ballroom and Big Union Hall in the 1960s in
East L.A.- Tony Valdez worked at the Record Rack on Whittier Blvd. and later became a
local L.A. television host)- Art Sanchez is a bass player who's played with many
East L.A. bands since the '60s)


Jesus Treviño
 

 


Jesus Treviño & Mark Guerrero (2012)

(Jesus Treviño is a Chicano filmmaker/activist)


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