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Mark Guerrero Resumé

EDUCATION

Garfield High School- East Los Angeles (1967)

East Los Angeles College- Associate in Arts degree (1969)

California State University at Los Angeles- Bachelor of Arts degree in Chicano Studies (1977)

Dick Grove School of Music- Studio City, California (1980)


RECORDING

GNP Crescendo Records- 2 singles with Mark & the Escorts, "Get Your Baby" / "Tuff Stuff" and "Dance with Me" / "Silly Putty" (1965)

Rampart Records- "West Coast East Side Revue" album, Mark & the Escorts (1 track) with other artists, including The Blendells & Cannibal & the Headhunters (1968)

Kapp Records- 2 singles with group Nineteen Eighty Four, "Three's a Crowd" / "Amber Waves" and "No Matter How Long It Takes" / "Baba" (1969)

Ode Records- 1 single as a solo artist, "Lila, Love Me Tonight" / "Dare I Touch You, Marylou?," produced by Lou Adler of the Mamas & the Papas, Carole King, & Cheech & Chong fame (1971)

Capitol Records- 2 singles as a solo artist, "I'm Brown" / "Livin" Off the Land" and "Rock & Roll Queen" / "Lonely" (1972)

A&M Records- "Tango" album with group Tango, produced by Joe Wissert of Earth, Wind & Fire and Boz Scaggs fame (1973) and 1 single with Tango, "Holy Moses" / "Rock & Roll Circus," produced by Mark Guerrero (1974)- "Tango" album re-released on CD in Japan (1990)

Background vocal on Harry Nilsson demo, "I'm Mean" for soundtrack of the movie "Popeye" (1979)

Jack Street- RCA Records produced by Dennis Lambert, sang background vocals on "Annie" (1982)

Eastside Landmark Records- "On the Boulevard" E.P. as a solo artist, "On the Boulevard" / "If I Could Touch Your Life" / "Latin Quarter" / "Room For the Latin (In Rock & Roll)" (1988)

Background vocals, instrumental performances and arrangements on six Lalo Guerrero y Las Ardillitas children's albums, and instrumental performances on other Lalo Guerrero records (1964-1992)

Compiled Lalo Guerrero retrospective CD, "Recuerdos/Memories" (1992)

Chan Romero- Co-produced and sang background vocals on "Fifties Flashback" album by Chan Romero, 50's Chicano rocker of "Hippy Hippy Shake" fame, on Warrior Records (1993)

Jeff Edwards Productions- Guide lead vocals for karaoke video disc containing 24 Julio Iglesias songs for international release (1993)

Radio Aztlán Records- "Radio Aztlán" (1993), "Jukebox Man" (1994), and "Face and Heart" (1996), self-produced albums, wrote all songs

Los Lobos- Background vocals on "La Bamba" on the Grammy nominated Los Lobos' children's album "Papa's Dream" on Music For Little People Records (1994)

Compiled Lalo Guerrero album, "Early Classic Recordings 1950-1955" (1995)

Teenage Shutdown- "Jump, Jive & Harmonize- 18 Pounding, All-Out Garage Punk Dance Ravers- 1964-67," made in Germany compilation CD, which includes "Get Your Baby" by Mark & the Escorts, in addition to tracks by Thee Midniters, Del Shannon, and others. (1995)

R-Town Records- "The Chicano Alliance," 2 CD compilation set, 2 songs, solo artist, "Rosalie" and "On the Boulevard." Also included on the CD are recordings by Malo, El Chicano, The Village Callers, Tierra, Little Joe y La Familia, and others.  (1998)

El Cid Records- "The Magic Cube," a compilation of garage rock, psychedelic rock recordings, which includes "Get Your Baby" by Mark & the Escorts among the 24 tracks by 24 different bands and solo artists. (1999)

Dionysus Records- "Eastside Sound, Vol. 2, Featuring Mark & the Escorts," reissue compilation CD, which includes four songs from 1965 by my teenage band, Mark & the Escorts.  Also included on the CD are recordings by The Blendells, The Premiers, The Enchantments, and others. (2001).

Past & Present Records- 13 CD set which includes "Get Your Baby" by Mark & the Escorts on Disk one.  Other artists on the set include The Leaves, The Seeds, The Knickerbockers, The Music Machine, The Rising Sons, The Troggs, The Standells, The McCoys, and Johnny Winters. (2002)

Trini Lopez Productions- Trini Lopez "Romantic & Sexy Guitars" CD- Played lead and rhythm electric guitar, 12 string acoustic guitar, keyboard, and bass on Trini's version of my song "Oh Maria." (2004)

Chan Romero- "Back On Track" CD- Played lead and rhythm electric guitar on Chan's version of my song "Rockin' Like There's No Tomorrow" and background vocals with Chan and Little Ray Jimenez throughout the album (2004)

Ry Cooder- "Chavez Ravine" CD- assisted with Lalo Guerrero vocal performances and session musicians. (2005)

Lalo Guerrero- "Lalo Guerrero: The Original Chicano" CD/DVD- video documentary and CD compilation which includes Mark Guerrero composition and recording "The Ballad Of Lalo Guerrero." (2006)

"60s Garage Nuggets"- 2 CD set, 118 songs (mp3 format), which includes "Get Your Baby" by Mark & the Escorts and tracks by Blue Cheer, The Grass Roots, Spencer Davis Group, The Electric Prunes, Bobby Fuller, Sky Saxon, The Troggs, The McCoys, and others.  (2009)

Tim Weidenkeller- "Soul House CD"- Sang harmony on "Love and Peace and Happiness."  (released 2013).  Sang harmony a great song called "The New Old Barrio," about Tucson's Barrio Viejo, where my dad grew up.  "The New Old Barrio" was released as a CD single (c.2010).  Tim is a world-class musician and songwriter.

"Stand and Deliver, a Music Tribute to Jaime Escalante" - compilation CD released by East L.A.'s legendary singer Little Ray Jimenez, aka Monchie Jimenez, features Mark Guerrero composition and recording "If I Could Touch Your Life."  Other artists featured are The Delgado Brothers, Chico, Steve Salas, Geree Gonzalez, Elijah, Chan Romero, and others.  (2010)

Pat Vegas (Redbone)- played guitar parts, acoustic and electric leads and rhythms, on several tracks for upcoming CD.  (2010)

Mariachi Mixteco- Oversaw recording of my dad's "Canción Mexicana" and "Barrio Viejo."  Played nylon string guitar and sang last section on "Barrio Viejo."  (2011)

Phantom Teardrops- 13 song album with Glenn Larson.  Co-wrote seven songs, played lead guitar, 12 string guitar, keyboard, and sang harmony vocals.  (2015)

"Logan Lucky" Movie and Soundtrack CD- Mark & the Escorts recording of "Get Your Baby" was used in the film and on the soundtrack album.  The song was played in its entirety in the movie and was on the soundtrack album with Creedence Clearwater Revival, Dr. John, Bo Diddley, John Denver, Leann Rimes, and others.  (2017)


SONGWRITING

Click on the links below to hear mp3 sound bytes of covers of my songs by other artists and my own recordings of my songs.

Mark Guerrero Songs Covered by Other Artists

"Pre-Columbian Dream" ("Sueńo Precolombino") - recorded by Herb Alpert on his "Noche de Amor" album and on a 45 rpm single, A&M Records (1983)

"Rockin' Like There's No Tomorrow"- recorded by Chan Romero on his "Back On Track" CD (2008)

"Oh Maria"- recorded by Trini Lopez on his "Romantic & Sexy Guitars" CD (2004)

"Fernando, El Toro"- recorded by Lalo Guerrero, tribute to Dodger pitcher Fernando Valenzuela, Ambiente Records (1982) and featured in an ESPN documentary entitled "Fernandomania" (2001)

"Mihijita"- recorded by Geree, R Town Records, 4 song CD "Geree" (1997) and CD album "Through These Eyes" (1999)

"You Gotta Thank the Black Man (For Your Rock & Roll)"- recorded by Roger Connelly on his "No Stranger To Bad Weather" CD, Lyin' Dog Records (1996)

"Baby I Love You So"- recorded by The Heartbreakers, East L.A. classic doo wop vocal duo of "Cradle Rock" fame, on their "Greetings From East L.A." CD (2014)

"Meet Me On the Other Side"- recorded by Michael Apidgian on "Sentimental Fool" CD, Stardust Records International (2001)

"Reyna Del Rock" and "Boulevard" a.k.a "On the Boulevard"- music to two songs recorded by rock group Souffle on their "Al Natural" album (lyric to "Reyna Del Rock" by Daniel Guerrero- Spanish lyric to "On the Boulevard" by Lalo Guerrero), Orfeon Records, Mexico (1988)

"Rockanroleano En Mexico"- music to eleven songs on four children's albums by Lalo Guerrero y Las Ardillitas (lyrics by Lalo Guerrero),   EMI Records, Mexico (1982-91):  "E.T. El Extraterrestre" from a single and "20 Exitos Navideńos de Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero" (1982); "Panfilo El Rey del Rock," "Juegos de Video," "Ejercicios Aerobicos," and "Rockanroleando en Mexico" from "Panfilo El Rey del Rock" (1983); "Queremos Rock Para Navidad," "Super Santo Clos," "La Computadora (de Santo Clos)," and "El Nińo Jesus" from "Aleluya! Es Navidad" (1984); "Panfilo El Catrin," and "El Sapo" from "Mensajes y Locuras" (1991)

Mark Guerrero Songs Recorded by Mark

"Amber Waves" single with Nineteen Eighty Four on Kapp Records (1969)

"No Matter How Long It Takes" and "Baba" single with Nineteen Eighty Four on Kapp Records (1969)

"Lila, Love Me Tonight" and "Dare I Touch You, Marylou?"- solo single on Ode Records, produced by Lou Adler (1971)

"Rock & Roll Queen" and "Lonely"- solo single on Capitol Records (1972)

"I'm Brown" and "Livin' Off the Land"- solo single on Capitol Records (1972)

"Brown Hair Growin"- All songs on "Tango" vinyl album with Mark's 70s band Tango, A&M Records: "He's An Artist," "Walk On Down," "I'm a Human," "Allesandro," "I'm Brown," "Rock & Roll Queen," Wild Night At the Old Rest Home," "Brown Hair Growin", "Livin' Off the Land," and "Greenback Blues (1973)

"Holy Moses" and "Rock & Roll Circus"- single with Tango on A&M Records (1974)

"Life In L.A."- written and performed by Mark Guerrero in the television show "L.A. An Artist's View", which featured interviews and the work of a racially diverse group of Los Angeles artists, which included legendary Chicano artist, Carlos Almaraz.  (1980)

"If I Could Touch Your Life"- All four songs on the "On the Boulevard" 12" vinyl E.P.: "On the Boulevard," "If I Could Touch Your Life," "Room For the Latin (In Rock & Roll)", and "Latin Quarter" (1989)

All songs on Ode Records single, Capitol singles, A&M album, Eastside Landmark E.P., "Radio Aztlán" (1993) and "Jukebox Man" (1994) and "Face and Heart" albums (1996)

"Rosalie" and "On the Boulevard" recordings by Mark Guerrero- "The Chicano Alliance" CD, R-Town Records (1998)

"Pre-Columbian Dream" (instrumental) and "On the Boulevard" (instrumental)- recorded by Mark Guerrero with horn and string arrangements by Jose Hernandez of Mariachi Sol de Mexico for a television documentary on Los Angeles Chicano artists, Los Four (1982)- DVD released in (2004)

"The Ballad of Lalo Guerrero"- by Mark Guerrero- "Lalo Guerrero: The Original Chicano DVD/CD (2006)

"The Streets of East L.A."- "live" performance by Mark Guerrero on the documentary "Chicano Rock: The Sounds of East Los Angeles," on DVD and televised on PBS (2008)


CONCERTS

Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA- "West Coast East Side Revue" with Mark & the Escorts- also on bill; Thee Midniters, Cannibal & the Headhunters, The Blendells, The Premiers, The Romancers, Little Ray, Ronnie & the Casuals, The Atlantics, The Blue Satins, The Jaguars and the Salas Brothers, The Heartbreakers, The Little Heartbreakers, The Medallions, The Sisters, The 4 Queens, and The Slauson Brothers (1965)

Gazzarri's, Hollywood, CA- with Nineteen Eighty Four, on the bill for a week with The Abstracts (1968)

Antelope Valley College, Antelope Valley, CA- with four piece band opening for Rick Nelson & the Stone Canyon Band (1970)

East Los Angeles College Auditorium- Salesian Rock & Roll Show as a member of The Emeralds (1971)

Cal State Los Angeles- "Feria de La Raza," Mark Guerrero with the Mudd Brothers on the bill with El Chicano, Tierra, Elijah, and Carmen Moreno.  An outdoor festival seating concert in the football stadium  (1972)

The Backdoor, San Diego State University- with Tango, on the bill with Ronee Blakely and comedian Franklin Ajaye (1974)

Roxy Theater, Hollywood, CA- Three night performance with Tango, on the bill with Flash Cadillac & the Continental Kids (1974)

Ackerman Union (Grand Ballroom), U.C.L.A.- with Tango, on the bill with comedian Franklin Ajaye (1974)

Southwest Museum, Highland Park, CA- "Mexican Music in L.A.", solo set, on the bill with Lalo Guerrero (1985)

MacArthur Park & downtown L.A. warehouse, Los Angeles, CA- performance art program called "Piecemeal Too" as a member of punk rock group Los Illegals (three performances), sponsored by Mabu Mines performance art group of New York (1986)

Al's Bar, downtown Los Angeles- concert as a member of Los Illegals to celebrate the "Nuevo Latino" issue of High Performance Magazine (1986)

California State University Los Angeles- solo concert/lecture for Chicano studies classes, Student Union (1989)

Myron's Ballroom- Los Angeles, CA- solo performance of new "On the Boulevard" E.P. (1989)

L.A. Theater Center, Los Angeles, CA- "Noche de Risa y Susto" with first incarnation of Radio Aztlán.  Paul Rodriguez, Rita Moreno and Cheech Marin also on the bill (1990)

Historic "La Golondrina Cafe", Olvera Street, Los Angeles, CA- a set of Mark Guerrero songs with the first incarnation of of his band Radio Aztlán (1991)

Barnsdall Art Center Theater- Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, CA- solo set, on the bill with Lalo Guerrero, sponsored by the Craft and Folk Art Museum (1992)

L.A. County Museum, Bing Theater, Los Angeles, CA- "Carlos Almaraz Remembered"- performed self-composed tribute song to the late Chicano artist, "The Ballad of Carlos Almaraz" (1992)

McCallum Theater, Palm Desert, CA- "Lalo & Amigos" (a tribute to Lalo Guerrero)- 2 solo numbers, including the self-composed "The Ballad of Lalo Guerrero," on the bill with Cesar Chavez, Paul Rodriguez, Cheech Marin, Don Tosti, Daniel Valdez, Mariachi Sol de Mexico, Little Joe, Mariachi Campana de America, and Edward James Olmos (1992)

Sunrise Park, Palm Springs, CA- performed a solo acoustic set at the "Palm Springs Peace Festival" (1992)

Palm Springs Convention Center, Palm Springs, CA- performed in and produced a show that was part of the California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce State Convention, on the bill with Lalo Guerrero and Poncho Sanchez (1993)

Sunrise Park, Palm Springs, CA- "Cinco de Mayo Fiesta"- produced, organized, and performed (with a 5-piece band) in a show also featuring Pat Rizzo, Pat McCaffrey, Chan Romero, Rosie & the Originals, the Ben Camargo Quartet, and Roy Anthony & Mr. Manuel (sponsored by the Greater Palm Springs Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to benefit the Palm Springs Youth Center and the D.A.R.E. program) (1993)

Riviera Hotel, Palm Springs, CA- “Entertainer’s Outreach Concert”- performed with a 5-piece band in a show also featuring Pat Rizzo, Craig Eaton, Paul Casey, and Sugarfoot (benefit for the Palm Springs Youth Center) (1993)

Whitewater Park, Rancho Mirage, CA- "City of Rancho Mirage 20th anniversary celebration"- performed my original music backed by the Pat Rizzo Band.  The Rizzo band also performed their own show.  Pat Rizzo is a saxophonist who's played with Sly & the Family Stone and Frank Sinatra. (1994)

Ruth Hardy Park, Palm Springs, CA- "Monorail concert"- performed with a 5-piece band at the unveiling of a monorail of the kind proposed for a future Palm Springs transit system (1994)

Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, CA- "Heart to the Heartland" (benefit for children of the Oklahoma City bombing)- performed with Cesar Rosas of Los Lobos and rock & roll hall of famer, Eric Burdon. Hit songs of the Animals were performed which included :See See Rider," "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood," and "House of the Rising Sun."  (1995)

Cite de la Musique, Paris, France- concert with Lalo Guerrero, music director, lead guitar on Lalo's music and performed own songs "Oh Maria" and "On the Boulevard" (1998)

Getty Center, Los Angeles, CA- two concerts with Lalo Guerrero, music director, lead guitar on Lalo's music and performed own songs "Oh Maria," "On the Boulevard" and "Ay Yi Yi Yi (Nobody Told Me)" (1998)

Luckman Auditorium, California State University Los Angeles- concert with Lalo Guerrero with Mark Guerrero & the Second Generation band, Nydia Rojas also on the bill. (1998)

Luna Park Nightclub, West Hollywood, CA- concert with Lalo Guerrero with Mark Guerrero & the Second Generation band- book party for "Land of a Thousand Dances." Thee Midniters, Los Illegals, Max Uballez, Lysa Flores, and Lil' Rudy G. also on the bill (1998)

Burnight Auditorium, Cerritos College, Cerritos, CA- concert with Lalo Guerrero with Mark Guerrero & the Second Generation band (1998)

Pico Rivera Arena, Pico Rivera, CA- concert with Lalo Guerrero with Mark Guerrero & the Second Generation band, Mariachi Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez also on the bill (1998)

Annenberg Theater, Palm Springs, CA- concert with Lalo Guerrero with Mark Guerrero & the Second Generation band (1998)

College of the Desert, Palm Desert, CA- "International Day Concert"- solo performance, also backed Chan Romero and Lalo Guerrero (1998)

Student Union, Cerritos College, Cerritos, CA- concert with Lalo Guerrero with Mark Guerrero & the Second Generation band (1999)

Spotlight 29 Casino, Indio, CA- concert with Lalo Guerrero with Mark Guerrero & the Second Generation band, ranchera singer Tatiana Bolańos also on the bill (1999)

Tucson, Arizona- "Party at the Heart" (outdoor concert for Lalo Guerrero mural dedication)- concert with Lalo Guerrero with Mark Guerrero & the Second Generation band (1999)

Rosewood Park, City of Commerce, CA- concert with Lalo Guerrero with Mark Guerrero & the Second Generation band (2000)

Hacienda Restaurant, Palm Springs, CA- "Tribute to Billy Cardenas"- performed with Hot Rox, The Premiers, Cannibal & the Headhunters, Chan Romero and Lalo Guerrero also on the bill (2001)

Self Help Graphics, East Los Angeles- concert/lecture featuring Mark & Lalo Guerrero- part of series produced by David Reyes and Tom Waldman, authors of the book on Chicano rock in Southern California, "Land of a Thousand Dances" (2001)

Galaxy Theater, Santa Ana, CA- concert with Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán, on the bill with Malo and Tierra (2002)

The Hop, Puente Hills, CA- concert with Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán, on the bill with Malo and Tierra (2002)

La Placita Village, Tucson, Arizona- concert with Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán, Ismael Barajas Band also on the bill (2002)

Tucson Convention Center, Tucson, Arizona- Mayor's Costume Ball with Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán, also backed Lalo Guerrero (2003)

Autry Museum of Western Heritage, Los Angeles, CA- concert with Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán on the bill with Thee Midniters and Lalo Guerrero (2003)

KCET TV, Los Angeles, CA- concert for Hispanic Heritage Month Awards Banquet, performing with Lalo Guerrero, also on the bill actress/comedian Diane Rodriguez performing an original commemorative poem, backed by Willie Herrón and Jesus Velo of Los Illegals (2003)

The Palace Indian Gaming Center, Lemoore, CA- Mark Guerrero performing as a member of Redbone, featuring founding member Pat Vegas.  Rose Royce and Rodney O. & Joe Cooley & Kool Kats also on the bill (2003)

John Anson Ford Amphitheater, Hollywood, CA- concert with Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán on the bill with Lalo Guerrero, Richard Montoya of Culture Clash, Liz Torrez, and Trio Los Panchos.  Also  backed all aforementioned artists (2003)

The Levitt Pavilion, Pasadena, CA- concert backing Lalo Guerrero with a three piece band, also performed Mark Guerrero songs "On the Boulevard" and "Oh Maria." (2004)

Autry National Center, Los Angeles, CA- concert with Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztán on the bill with Quetzal and Lalo Guerrero.  Mark & Lalo Guerrero also did a short set together acoustically (2004)

Riviera Hotel, Palm Springs, CA- tribute concert for Don Tosti, who had just passed away.  Mark Guerrero performed Louis Jordan's "Let the Good Times Roll," Don Tosti's "Chavelita," and Lalo Guerrero's "Los Chucos Suaves."  Lalo came up and sang the latter song with Mark.  It was their last performance together.  Lalo passed away six months later.  Ry Cooder played guitar in the band on the set. (2004)

John Anson Ford Amphitheater, Hollywood, CA- concert with Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán on the bill with El Chicano (2004)

The Grand Ballroom of The Kodak Theater, Hollywood, CA- concert with Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán for MALDEF's (Mexican-American Legal Defense Education Fund) 30th annual Los Angeles Gala.  MALDEF is the Mexican-American Legal Defense Education Fund. (2004)

Huyton Conservative Club, Liverpool, England- performed a set of classic rock & roll with Liverpool band Wheels On Fire. (2004)

Dodge Theater, Phoenix, Arizona- concert with Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán for the induction ceremony for the Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame.  Lalo Guerrero, Waylon Jennings, and Marty Robbins were posthumously inducted.  Glen Campbell, Jessi Colter and 16 others were also inducted.  Also on the performing bill were Jessi Colter, Dyke & the Blazers (of "Funky Funky Broadway" fame), and others.  Mark Guerrero performed two Lalo Guerrero songs, "Los Chucos Suaves" and "Tin Marin de do Pingue" and sat in on the finale with Dyke & the Blazers. (2005)

Canutillo "Flor y Canto" community event, El Paso, Texas- concert with Mark Guerrero and Steve Salas, original Tierra lead vocalist.  Also a lecture/performance by Mark and Steve at El Paso Community College earlier that day. (2005)

The Hop, Puente Hills, CA- concert as a member of reunited 70s Chicano rock band, Yaqui.  Performed set, which included six Yaqui songs, two Mark Guerrero songs ("On the Boulevard" and "I'm Brown"), and the Lalo Guerrero classic, "Los Chucos Suaves."  Mark Guerrero sang lead on the latter three songs. (2005)

Fox Tucson Theater, Tucson, Arizona- concert with Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán, "Homenaje: La Vida de Lalo Guerrero."  Performed three Lalo Guerrero songs, "Los Chucos Suaves," "Muy Sabroso Blues," and "Tin Marin de do Pingue."  Also on the bill, Olga Guzman-Flores and Trio Los Galanes, Ramirez, Ronstadt and the Santa Cruz River Band, and Teatro Orgullo. (2006)

Los Angeles County Museum of Art- concert with Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán, part of LACMA's  "Latin Sounds" summer series.  Performed two sets of my music, plus four Lalo Guerrero songs. (2006)

Huyton Conservative Club, Liverpool, England- performed a set of classic rock & roll with Liverpool band Wheels On Fire. (2006)

Aintree British Legion Hall, Liverpool, England- performed a set of classic rock & roll with Liverpool band The Clayton Squares (2004) and Wheels On Fire (2006)

The Cavern Club, Liverpool, England- performed a set with Liverpool band Wheels On Fire.  I sang a rock & roll classic songs such as "Long Tall Sally," "Roll Over Beethoven," "Slow Down," Chan Romero's "The Hippy Hippy Shake," and The Beatles' "Back In the  U.S.S.R.," along with a couple of my rockers "Meet Me On the Other Side" and "Rockin' Like There's No Tomorrow." (2006)

Charles F. Lummis Home and Garden, Highland Park, CA- concert with Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán for the benefit of the Los Angeles Historical Society.  Performed one set of my music, plus three Lalo Guerrero songs, outdoors in the courtyard. (2006)

Fox Tucson Theater, Tucson, Arizona- concert with four piece acoustic group for the Puro Mexicano Film Festival, group members were Mark Guerrero, Tim Wiedenkeller, Jeff Rodenkirk, and Debbie Daly.
Performed Mark Guerrero's "Mexican Moon" and "The Ballad of Lalo Guerrero, Tim Wiedenkeller's "The New Old Pueblo," and Lalo Guerrero's "Tacos for Two," "Los Chucos Suaves," and "El Chicano."  Mark's brother Dan sang lead on "El Chicano."  The concert followed the screening of the documentary, "Lalo Guerrero: The Original Chicano" (2006)

UCR Palm Desert Graduate Center, University of California, Riverside - (Palm Desert campus)- concert with a three piece acoustic group for the gala for the Lalo Guerrero Film & Arts Festival, group members were Mark Guerrero, Alex Armstrong, and Lorenzo Martinez.  Performed Mark Guerrero's "The Ballad of Lalo Guerrero" and "Pre-Columbian Dream," as well as Lalo Guerrero's "El Corrido de Delano," "Los Chucos Suaves," "Tacos for Two," and "El Chicano."  Also on the bill were pioneer Chicano rockers, El Chicano.  Mark played guitar and sang the co-lead vocal with El Chicano on their hit version of "Brown Eyed Girl."  The concert followed the screening of the documentary, "Lalo Guerrero: The Original Chicano." (2007)

Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, CA - performed at the 7th Annual Cesar E. Chavez Awards Dinner with an acoustic trio.  Mark sang his song "The Ballad of Lalo Guerrero," and Lalo Guerrero's "El Corrido de Delano" and "Los Chucos Suaves," backed by Alex Armstrong and Lorenzo Martinez.  The trio then backed Mark's brother Dan on Lalo Guerrero's "El Chicano."  Arnold Scwartzenegger received an award and spoke at the event.  Lalo Guerrero received a posthumous award also. (2007)

Marin County Civic Center, San Rafael, CA - did a lecture/solo concert and screening of "Lalo Guerrero:  The Original Chicano."  Performed Mark & Lalo Guerrero compositions. (2007)

Gibson Amphitheater, Universal City, CA- performed background vocals with El Chicano at the benefit for the rebuilding of the Garfield High School Auditoruim.  Also on the bill were Los Lobos, Tierra, Little Willie G., Little Joe y La Familia, and Upground. (2007)

Pima Community College Gynmasium, Tucson, AZ- performed backed by the Cannibal & the Headhunters Band for LULAC's 19th Annual Leadership Conference.  Played a six song set, which included four Mark Guerrero songs; "The Streets of East L.A.," "Zoot Suit," "On the Boulevard," and I'm Brown," in addition to two Lalo Guerrero songs; "Tin Marin de do Pingue" and "Los Chucos Suaves."  (2008)

Million Dollar Theater, Los Angeles, CA- performed backed by the Cannibal & the Headhunters Band at the premiere of the documentary "Chicano Rock- The Sounds of East Los Angeles."  Played "Los Chucos Suaves" by Lalo Guerrero and "I'm Brown" by Mark Guerrero. (2008)

Orpheum Theater, Los Angeles, CA- performed Lalo Guerrero's "Los Chucos Suaves" backed by Tierra for the taping of a PBS television show "Trini Lopez Presents Latin Music Legends."  In front of a live audience of about 1200 people, Mark also sang in the finale "La Bamba."  Also on the bill were Trini Lopez, Tierra, El Chicano, Little Willie G. & Thee Midniters, and the Greg Rolie Band. (2008)

Blowout 2009, Van Nuys, CA- Garage rock show at the Van Nuys Elk's Lodge featuring 13 bands.  Mark's teenage band, Mark & the Escorts (1963-66), reunited for the show.  Mark & the Escorts original member Rick Rosas, now Neil Young's bass player, performed with the band, as well as original members Mark Guerrero, Ernie Hernandez, Robert Warren, and Trini Basulto.  John Valenzuela sat in on keyboard.  Valenzuela was a member of Mark's 70s band, Tango.  Thee Ambertones, another East L.A. band of the 60s, reunited for the show. (2009)

East Los Angeles College- performed with my reunited 70s band, Tango (1973-74), for an event celebrating the new edition of the book "Land of a Thousand Dances" by David Reyes and Tom Waldman.  Performing in Tango were original members Mark Guerrero, John Valenzuela, and Ernie Hernandez.  Richard Rosas was not able to perform because he was on the road with Neil Young.  In his place on bass was Leo Valenzuela, younger brother of original member John.  Sitting in on keyboard was Alex Del Zoppo, a member of Sweetwater who played at Woodstock in '69.  Also on the bill were Lysa Flores and Quetzal. (2009)

Belvedere Park, East Los Angeles- performed a four song solo acoustic set at concert for the celebration of the opening of the East L.A. stations of the Metro Goldline.  Tierra, Lysa Flores, Cava, Monte Carlo 76, and Anthony Baray also performed. (2009)

Indio Performing Arts Center, Indio, CA- performed a duo acoustic set with Jerry Salas of El Chicano at the screening of the "Trini Lopez Presents Latin Music Legends" for the Coachella Valley Latino Film Festival.  Mark sang lead vocal on his dad's "Los Chucos Suaves" and his "On the Boulevard."  Jerry sang lead on his "I Will Always Be Loved" and El Chicano's hit song "Tell Her She's Lovely." (2009)

Red Hawk Casino, Placerville, CA- performed as a member of Redbone, featuring founding member Pat Vegas. (2009)

Private event, Yuma, Arizona- performed with the Cannibal & the Headhunters Band and backed The Coasters, with original member Leon Hughes. (2009)

State Fair, Yuma, Arizona- performed with the Evaro's on lead guitar and vocals. (2010)

Benedum Center, Pittsburgh, PA- performed with the Cannibal & the Headhunters Band for an upcoming PBS special.  Fifty four artists were taped over four nights, which will result in several PBS pledge shows.  Some of the other artists performing were ? & the Mysterions, Paul Revere & the Raiders, Davy Jones of the Monkees, Ronnie Spector, The Miracles, Chad & Jeremy, The Limeliters, Chad Mitchell Trio, The Kingsman, and Steam. (2010)

Spotlight 29 Casino, Indio, CA- performed with El Chicano.  Sang co-lead vocal on their hit version of "Brown Eyed Girl" and harmony on "Tell Her She's Lovely." (2010)

Central Park, Ashland, Kentucky- performed with the Cannibal & the Headhunters Band and backed Denny Laine (Moody Blues, Wings), Joey Molland (Badfinger), Terry Sylvester (Hollies), Dennis Tufano (Buckinghams), Sonny Geraci (Outsiders, Climax), and Otis Day (Otis Day & the Knights). (2010)

Walter Gerrells Performing Arts Center, Carlsbad, New Mexico- performed with the Cannibal & the Headhunters Band and backed Denny Laine (Moody Blues, Wings), Joey Molland (Badfinger), Terry Sylvester (Hollies), Dennis Tufano (Buckinghams), Sonny Geraci (Outsiders, Climax), and Otis Day (Otis Day & the Knights). (2010)

Speaking Rock Casino, El Paso, Texas- performed two nights as a member of Redbone.  Keith Secola also on bill both shows and heavy metal band, Candlebox, on second night only. (2010)

Fiesta Days Concerts, O'Donnell Golf Course, Palm Springs, CA- performed a set of my songs, backed by an 8 piece band and a set with the Cannibal & the Headhunters Band.  Also on the bill were El Chicano, Tierra, Los Fabulocos featuring Kid Ramos, and Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles.  The lineup the second night included Malo featuring Jorge Santana, Quetzal, MC Magic, LaLa, The Blazers, and Mariachi Serenata. (2010)

Museo Cultural, Santa Fe, New Mexico- performed a one hour fifteen minute solo acoustic concert, which consisted of Lalo Guerrero and Mark Guerrero original songs.  Los Romanticos, a Mexican trio from San Diego, CA, then performed two Lalo Guerrero songs followed by two more with Mark Guerrero for the finale. (2010)

The Rock Yard at Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, CA- performed with Brad Mercer & the Acquitted.  Sang harmony on a Beatles medley and played guitar and sang on The Beatles "If I Fell" and "One After 909." (2010)

Gibson Amphitheater, Universal City, CA- sang background vocals with El Chicano on "Tell Her She's Lovely" at "Chicano Soul Legends."  Also on the bill Tierra, Malo, Thee Midniters, and Joe Bataan. (2010)

Paramount Ballroom, East Los Angeles, CA- performed with Mark & the Escorts at a benefit for the families of two former members of The Premiers, Frank Zuniga, who passed away in December of 2010, and Lawrence Perez, whose wife passed away around the same time.  Others on the bill included The Premiers, Chan Romero, The Jags featuring the Salas Brothers, The In Crowd featuring The Storytellers, Greg Esparza, and Easy Company. (2011)

Tiki Oasis 11, San Diego, CA- performed with Mark & the Escorts at an event at the Crowne Plaza Hotel which included musical groups, campy burlesque, surf, comedy, and Hawaiian-style acts.  Los Straightjackets featuring Big Sandy also performed. (2011)

Los Angeles Plaza de Cultura y Artes- performed a solo acoustic set of Mark and Lalo Guerrero songs at a book signing event called "Cuentos del Pueblo" in which 10 Mexican-American authors spoke about their books and the stories within. (2011)

Los Angeles Plaza de Cultura y Artes- performed his song "Whitewash" at a Friends of Siqueros event which also featured Dr. Irene Herner Reiss, an expert on the life and work of Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueros and author of ""Siqueiros: From Paradise to Utopia"; Rubén Martínez, writer, musician, and teacher; and Oliver Mayer, Chair in Literature and Writing at Loyola Marymount University, author of Crossing Over: A Mexican Family on the Migrant Trail, and resident artist at Stanford University's Institute for Diversity in the Arts.  Mark's song "Whitewash" is about the censoring of a 1932 mural by Siquieros. (2011)

Museum of Ventura County, Ventura, CA- performed a solo acoustic set of five songs prior to the screening of the documentary "Chicano Rock: The Sounds of East Los Angeles."  The set included Mark's songs "On the Boulevard," "Pre-Columbian Dream," and "I'm Brown," in addition to Lalo Guerrero songs "Tacos For Two" and "Los Chucos Suaves."  Mark was also on a panel with Jon Wilkman, "Chicano Rock" documentary producer; Tom Waldman and David Reyes, co-authors of the book "Land of a Thousand Dances," and Max Uballez, leader of the pioneering 1960s East L.A. band The Romancers. (2011)

Los Angeles Plaza de Cultura y Artes- performed a solo acoustic set of songs at an event called "A Time In History: The Mexican-American Repatriation during the Great Depression."  The event in was commemoration of the approximately 400,000 California citizens and residents of Mexican decent who were forced out of California between 1929 and 1944.  The songs Mark sang were related to the theme and that time period, including "This Land Is Your Land" and "Deportees" by Woody Guthrie, songs by Lalo Guerrero, and some Mark Guerrero songs about immigration and his song about Chicano pride and equality, "I'm Brown." (2012)

Los Angeles Plaza de Cultura y Artes- performed a solo acoustic set of pachuco/zoot suit songs at an event celebrating the Chicano zoot suit culture.  The band Chico also performed, as well as Zoot Suit dancers.  A screening of the 1982 movie "Zoot Suit" by Luis Valdez, introduced and moderated by actress and professor of theater arts at Pomona college, followed the musical performances. (2012)

Bootleg Theater, Los Angeles- performed as a special guest, along with Little Willie G, and Thee Commons, backed by Cava, at the after-show concert which followed the play "Evangeline: The Queen of Make Believe."  The play was written by Louie Perez on Los Lobos, Theresa Chavez, and Rose Portillo.  Mark performed "Get Your Baby," his 1965 recording with Mark & the Escorts, "I'm Brown," his 1972 Capitol recording, and "Los Chucos Suaves," his father's pachuco classic. (2012)

East L.A. College (Vincent Price Art Museum)- Mark performed his song "The Ballad of Carlos Almaraz" at an exhibit of Carlos' work called "Carlos Almaraz: A Life Recalled." (2012)

Pico House, Los Angeles- performed his song "Whitewash" at a screening of the documentary "America Tropical" by Jesus Trevińo.  (2012)

Rudy's Baja Grill, East L.A.- performed a set of music which included his songs "The Streets of East L.A.," "On the Boulevard," "Zoot Suit," "Orale!," "Oh Maria," and "I'm Brown," along with his father's songs "Los Chucos Suaves," "Muy Sabroso Blues," and "Tin Marin de do Pingue."  Backing Mark were Dale Dale Villavicencio of Tierra on percussion, Steve Alaniz on sax, John Valenzuela on guitar, and Leo Valenzuela on bass.  Also on the bill, Salvador Santana, son of Carlos Santana.  (2012)

Arte Americas, Fresno, CA- "Tribute To Lalo Guerrero"- Mark Guerrero presented a slideshow and video presentation of Lalo's life and career, followed by a "live" performance by Mark Guerrero of Lalo Guerrero songs.  Carmencristina Moreno also performed Lalo Guerrero songs.  Mark & Carmen sang three Lalo Guerrero songs as the finale.  (2013)

Santa Fe Springs Swap Meet Grounds, Santa Fe Springs, CA- "Tribute to Ritchie Valens"- Mark Guerrero performed a 5 song set which included "Rock & Roll Music," "On the Boulevard," "Los Chucos Suaves," "I'm Brown," and "Long Tall Sally."  Other performers included Chan Romero, Bobby Figueroa of the Beach Boys, Ernie Valens, The Storytellers, and Gilbert Stokes and the Innerforce Band.  In attendance were members of Ritchie Valens' family and Ritchie's teenage bandmate, Gil Rocha.  (2013)

The Nile Nightclub, Bakersfield, CA- "Tribute to Lalo Guerrero"- Mark Guerrero presented a slideshow and video presentation of Lalo's life and career, followed by a "live" performance by Mark Guerrero of Lalo Guerrero songs.  Local musician Luis Valadez and his trio also performed Lalo Guerrero songs.  Mark & the trio performed three Lalo Guerrero songs as the finale.  (2013)

Viva Cantina, Burbank, CA- "Blow Out 2013"- Mark & the Escorts performed another reunion show on the bill with Jimmy Angel, The Chuckleberries, The Tee Pees, and Satan's Cheerleaders.  (2013)

The Echo, Los Angeles, CA- "Norton Records Benefit Concert" - Mark & the Escorts performed on the bill with 13 other artists including Thee Midniters, Untamed Youth, the Phantom Surfers, Kim Fowley, and the Sloths.  (2013)

Stage Playhouse, Cal State Los Angeles- Mark Guerrero Band in concert as part of the events surrounding the "American Sabor" exhibit.  Mark performed an acoustic set with Geree Gonzalez and Ernie Hernandez on backing vocals, and an electric set with his band.  (2013)

Lalo Guerrero Statue Gala, Cathedral City Civic Center, CA- Mark Guerrero performed three of his father's songs: "Nunca Jamas," "There's No Tortillas," and "Los Chucos Suaves" solo with acoustic guitar.  He also backed his brother on nylon string guitar on Lalo's "Barrio Viejo."  The bronze statue was unveiled privately at the gala and publicly the next afternoon.  (2016)

Lalopalooza- a 100th Anniversary Tribute to Lalo Guerrero, Tucson, Arizona- Mark Guerrero performed backed by Tucson's Los Nawdy Dawgs for a 5 song set of Lalo Guerrero songs.  Songs he performed were "Tin Marin de do Pingue," "There's No Tortillas," "Muy Sabroso Blues," "Marijuana Boogie," and "Los Chucos Suaves."  Other performers included Ry Cooder, Ersi Arvizu, Rene Camacho band wiht Adalberto Gallegos, Dan Guerrero, Los Changuitos Feos, Ted Ramirez, Bobby Benton, and Ismael Barajas.  The concert took place at the historic Casino Ballroom. (2016)

Art Laboe Latin Jam- Spa Resort & Casino, Palm Springs, CA- Mark Guerrero performed on acoustic rhythm guitar and background vocals with El Chicano.  Songs performed "Brown-Eyed Girl," "What's Goin' On," "Sabor a Mi," "Viva Tirado," and "Tell Her She's Lovely." (2017)

Latin Independence Day Concert- Freedom Park, Las Vegas, Nevada- Mark Guerrero performed as guest artist with Los Nawdy Dawgs from Tucson, Arizona.  Songs performed were a four song set of Lalo Guerrero songs, "Tin Marin de do Pingue," "Muy Sabroso Bluers," "Marijuana Boogie," and "Los Chucos Suaves."  Also performed was "Oye Como Va" as a finale.  (2017) 


BOOKS

"The Folk Music Source Book"- "Chicano Music" by Phillip Sonnichsen, p.44, Published by Alfred A. Knopf (1976)

"Barrio Rhythms" by Steven Loza, Chapter 4, "Profiles of the Artists", p. 165, and a mention of Mark & the Escorts, p.102, Illinois Press (1993)

"Land of a Thousand Dances" by Tom Waldman & David Reyes- Chapters 6, 8 and 9, Mark Guerrero's former bands, Mark & the Escorts and Tango featured, as well as Mark as a solo artist, photos of both bands also included. University of New Mexico Press (1998)

"Encyclopedia of Latino Popular Culture"- a two volume reference text covering music, media, literature, visual arts, folk life, religion, fashion, and much more.  A one thousand word essay, pages 135-142, entitled "Chicano/a Rock and Popular Music in Southern California."  Greenwood Press (2004)

"Voices of Latin Rock" by Jim McCarthy- mention of Mark Guerrero's 70s band, Tango, on page 17, published by Hal - Leonard (2004)

"Riot On the Sunset Strip" by Domenic Priore- mention of Mark Guerrero and his mid-sixties bands, Mark & the Escorts and The Men from S.O.U.N.D., Jawbone Press (2007)

"Chicano Soul" by Ruben Molina- mention and photo of Mark & the Escorts, Mictlan Publishing (2007)

"Mexican-American Mojo- Popular Music, Dance, and Urban Culture in Los Angeles, 1935-1968" by Anthony Macias- mention of Mark & the  Escorts, Duke University Press (2008)

"Fathers" by Bobby Avila, Sr.- mention of Mark Guerrero and Mark & the Escorts, Eye B.c.R & I Publishing (2009)

"Mexican Americans In Los Angeles" by Alex Moreno Areyan- photos of Mark, Lalo, & Dan Guerrero and Mark & the Escorts with detailed captions, Arcadia Publishing (2010)

"Turn Up the Radio: Rock, Pop, and Roll In Los Angeles 1956-1972" by Harvey Kubernik- Mark Guerrero is quoted throughout the book on the "Eastside Sound," various musical experiences, and the greater music scene of Los Angeles during the period.  There is also a chapter on what was happening musically in East Los Angeles called "Go East Young Man."  Santa Monica Press (2014)

"It Was Fifty Years Ago Today- The Beatles Invade America and Hollywood" by Harvey Kubernik Mark Guerrero talks about his experiences growing up on The Beatles, their impact on the East Los Angeles / Chicano music scene, his trips to Liverpool, and more (pages 104 - 107).  Otherworld Cottage Industries (2014)

"In the Spirit of a New People: The Cultural Politics of the Chicano Movement" by Randy J. Ontiveros- Mark Guerrero is mentioned as one of the movement artists that were able to make a career out of their creativity.  Also mentioned in this regard are artists such as Jesus Trevińo in film, Gronk in art, and Luis Valdez in theater.  New York University Press (2014)

"Neil Young Heart of Gold" by Harvey Kubernik- Mark Guerrero is quoted twice about Neil Young and his music.  Back Beat Books (2015)

"Come And Get Your Love- A Celebratory Ode To Redbone (1939 - present)"- by Pat "Rebbone" Vegas, edited by Jim Hoffman- Mark Guerrero wrote a five page piece on Redbone and his experiences playing with them in a section called "In the Teepee." (2017)

"Playing With Fire- The Paintings of Carlos Almaraz"- LACMA hard cover catalogue- Mark Guerrero wrote a piece on Carlos Almaraz which was included in the "Other Voices" section of the book.  LACMA- Delmonico- Prestel (2017)


PERIODICALS

Cashbox Magazine- Singles Reviews- Choice Programming, "Rock & Roll Queen" on Capitol Records, July 22, 1972.

Los Angeles Times- Review of Tango at the Roxy Theater by Richard Cromelin, Jan. 5, 1974.

Daily Variety- Review of Tango at the Roxy Theater, Jan. 7, 1974.

L.A. Free Press- Review of Tango at the Roxy Theater by Todd Everett, Jan. 11, 1974.

Billboard Magazine- Talent in Action- Review of Tango at the Roxy Theater by Bob Kirsh, Jan. 19, 1974.

The Hollywood Reporter- Review of "L.A., An Artist's View", Sept. 1, 1980.

Caminos Magazine- "Lalo & Mark: The Beat Goes On" by Dan Guerrero- Vol. 5, No. 6 (1984)

The New Mexican- Santa Fe, New Mexico, article by Jackie McCarty, June 18, 1989.

Vista Magazine- Southwestern U.S., "Vistascope" feature, Feb. 18, 1990.

The Desert Sun- Palm Springs, California- Bruce Fessier's column; over twenty mentions (1993-00).  Cover story on Weekend section, May 5, 2000.

The Los Angeles Times- Life & Style section, "Lalo Guerrero: The Musique Man" article by Michael Quintanilla, photo and mention, (March 11, 1998)

Frontera Magazine- Los Angeles, article on Mark Guerrero's website, refried nation section, volume 5 no. 1 (May 2000)

Grindstone Magazine- featured in article by Skip Heller entitled "The Pinhead's Guide to Chicano Rock" (2001)

L.A. Weekly- review of CD "Eastside Sound, Vol. 2, Featuring Mark & the Escorts (March 9-15, 2001)

Viva Monthly (Desert Sun)- Palm Springs, California- featured in article by Joe Ortiz about Mark Guerrero's internet radio show, "Chicano Music Chronicles."  (2006)

Tejano and Grupero News- Corpus Christy, Texas- featured in article entitled "Mark Guerrero Enshrined in the Grammy Museum." (2009)

Pop Matters.com- Verse Chorus Verse- an interview with Mark Guerrero by PC Muńoz.  (2010)

Record Collector Magazine- article on Harvey Kubernik's book "It Was 50 Years Ago Today: The Beatles Invade America and Hollywood."  (2014)

Record Collector Magazine and CaveHollywood.com- article by Harvey Kubernik on the Beatles album "Revolver" for its 50th anniversary.  Mark Guerrero and other artists, including Michael McDonald, Burton Cummings, and Steven Van Zandt, wrote an entry with their comments on the classic album.  (2016)


DOCUMENTARIES, DVDs, and Film

Lalo Guerrero: The Original Chicano- Mark was music supervisor and wrote and performed an original song, "The Ballad of Lalo Guerrero."  The documentary began airing on PBS nationally in the fall of 2006 and is released on DVD.  Click here to order it on my website. (2006)

Chicano Rock: The Sounds of East Los Angeles- Mark appears in as an interviewee and featured in a performance clip of his song "The Streets of East L.A." on the PBS documentary about the history of Chicano rock in the U.S., with an emphasis on the music that has emerged from East Los Angeles.  Directed and produced by Jon and Nancy Wilkman and based on the book "Land of a Thousand Dances" by Tom Waldman and David Reyes.  (2008)

Trini Lopez Presents Latin Music Legends- Mark performed Lalo Guerrero's "Los Chucos Suaves" backed by Tierra and was also a talent coordinator and helped sync in the final audio mix with the video.  The DVD was of a television special, which aired in 2009 on PBS stations across the country which also featured Trini Lopez, El Chicano, Tierra, Little Willie G & Thee Midniters, and the Gregg Rolie Band.  It was taped at the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles in 2008.  The DVD also contains bonus footage of performances that did not air on television.  (2009)

Murals of Aztlán- Mark's songs "Pre-Columbian Dream" (instrumental) and "On the Boulevard" (instrumental), recorded by Mark Guerrero with horn and string arrangements by Jose Hernandez of Mariachi Sol de Mexico, were featured in the 1982 television documentary "Murals of Aztlán" about Los Angeles Chicano artists Los Four.  The DVD was released in (2004)

'60s Pop, Rock, & Soul- Mark performs on lead guitar and background vocals on "Land of a Thousand Dances" with Cannibal & the Headhunters on a 7 DVD set of a PBS pledge drive television show taped at the Benedum Center in Pittsburgh, PA in 2010.  Other performers include Davy Jones, Paul Revere & the Raiders, The Vogues, Lou Christie, Peter Noone, The Kingsmen, Percy Sledge, The Miracles, Gary Lewis & the Playboys, The Ventures, ? & the Mysterians, Steam, Jefferson Starship, Mason Williams, Eric Burdon, Mitch Ryder, Eddie Floyd, Roger McGuinn, Chad & Jeremy, and Eddie Holman. (2012)

Logan Lucky- "Get Your Baby" by Mark & the Escorts recorded in March of 1965 and released on GNP Crescendo Records appears in major motion picture directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Channing Tatum, Daniel Craig, Katie Holmes, and Hillery Swank.  The song was an instrumental written by Thomas and Edwards of The Mixtures of Ventura.  Mark Guerrero played lead guitar.  Other band members on the record: Ernie Hernandez on drums, Rick Rosas on bass, Trini Basulto on sax, Robert Warren on rhythm guitar, and Joe Cabral on Farfisa organ.  The recording was used in the film 52 years after it was recorded.  (2017)


WRITING

MarkGuerrero.com- over 100 articles on Chicano musical artists, concerts, book and CD reviews, and musical experiences (1998-present)

Music Mag & Entertainment Guide- Palm Springs, California- Wrote monthly column entitled, "Room For the Latin In Rock & Roll" (1998)

The New Music Express- Palm Springs, California- Wrote monthly column entitled, "Room For the Latin In Rock & Roll" (1999)

Que Nuevas Newspaper- Indio, California (bilingual publication)- Wrote monthly column on Chicano Music (1998-00)

Liner notes on CD "Vamos a Bailar Otra Vez! with Lalo Guerrero, Break Records (1999)

Liner notes on CD "The East Side Sound, Vol. 2, Featuring Mark & the Escorts" Dionysus Records (2001)

The Desert Sun (a Gannet newspaper), Palm Springs, CA- review of Los Lobos CD, "This Time" (December 10, 2001)

Discography of Lalo Guerrero, "Lalo, My Life and Music" by Lalo Guerrero and Sherilyn Meece Mentes, University of Arizona Press (2002)

Traditional Music Maker Magazine, London, England- article on Flaco Jimenez, Issue No. 56, (July/August 2002) and article on Freddy Fender, Issue No. 57, (August/September 2002)

Southbound Beat Magazine- Internet magazine- CD Review of "Thee Midniters Greatest, Issue NO. 3, (June 6, 2003)

Mi Gente Magazine- Saginaw, Michigan- article on Freddy Fender (December 2003) and autobiographical article (January 2004) 

Encyclopedia of Latino Popular Culture- a two volume reference text covering music, media, literature, visual arts, folk life, religion, fashion, and much more.  A one thousand word essay, pages 135-142, entitled "Chicano/a Rock and Popular Music in Southern California."  Published (October 30, 2004)

Virtual Chicano.com (site no longer on line)- written interview for former internet site (questions by Daniel Delarosa and answers by Mark Guerrero).  The interview can be read on my website on my "miscellaneous writings" page.  Click here to read interview.  (November 4, 2004)

Liner notes on CD "The Funny Side of Lalo Guerrero" Brown Bag Records (2005)

"Turn Up The Radio- Rock, Pop, and Roll in Los Angeles 1958-1972" (book by Harvey Kubernik)-wrote a page on the historic significance of the first Chicano Concert "La Feria de la Raza" at Cal State L.A. in 1972 whose lineup included El Chicano, Tierra, Mark Guerrero & the Mudd Brothers, Elijah, and Carmen Moreno.  (2014)

"Revolver 50"- Mark contributed three paragraphs on the Beatles album "Revolver" for an article by Harvey Kubernik.  Other contributors included Michael McDonald, Burton Cummings, and Steven Van Zandt.  (September/Octorber 2016)

"Come And Get Your Love- A Celebratory Ode To Redbone (1939 - present)"- by Pat "Rebbone" Vegas, edited by Jim Hoffman- Mark Guerrero wrote a five page piece on Redbone and his experiences playing with them in a section called "In the Teepee." (2017)

"Playing With Fire- The Paintings of Carlos Almaraz"- LACMA hard cover catalogue- Mark Guerrero wrote a piece on Carlos Almaraz which was included in the "Other Voices" section of the book.  LACMA- Delmonico- Prestel (2017)
 


LECTURES & LECTURE/PERFORMANCES

California State University Los Angeles- lecture/solo performance for combined Chicano studies classes in the student union.  A second lecture/solo concert for Hector Soto-Perez' Pre-Columbian Literature class (1989)

California State University Fullerton- Enrique Rios-Ellis' Mexican Music class (April 17, 2002)

California State University Los Angeles- Richard Rodriguez' Chicano Popular Culture class (May 15, 2002)

University of California at Berkeley- Alfred Arteaga's Chicano Music class (April 6, 2005)

El Paso Community College- Manuel Velez' class, lecture/performance on the history of Chicano music with Steve Salas of Tierra (April 22, 2005)

Marin County Civic Center- lecture/solo performance on the history of Chicano music for Cesar Chavez Day (March 29, 2007)

University of California at Santa Barbara- lecture/performance on Lalo Guerrero corridos with my brother Dan for a Corrido Conference (May 8, 2008)

National Hispanic University, San Jose, CA- History of Chicano music lecture/solo performance (July 2, 2009)

Grammy Museum, Los Angeles- on a panel at a screening of the "Chicano Rock: Sounds of East Los Angeles" documentary with its director Jon Wilkman, Tom Waldman- co-author of the book "Land of a Thousand Dances," and East L.A. music pioneer and founder of The Romancers, Max Uballez. (September 24, 2009)

Barrio Station, San Diego, CA- Screening of "Lalo Guerrero: The Original Chicano" documentary, solo acoustic performance, and acoustic performance with San Diego musicians, Los Romanticos.  (November 8, 2009)

San Diego Mesa College, San Diego, CA- lecture/solo performance on the history of Chicano music (November 11, 2009)

East Los Angeles Library, East Los Angeles, CA- Mark Guerrero presentation/performance moderated by Tom Waldman, co-author of the book "Land of a Thousand Dances."  The topics were the 1970 Chicano Moratorium at which journalist Ruben Salazar was killed and music that is written and recorded for political purposes.  Mark performed his song "I'm Brown," his immigration song "Ay Yi Yi Yi (Nobody Told Me)," and his dad's song on the same subject "No Way Jose."  (August 28, 2010)

Museo Cultural, Santa Fe, New Mexico- Mark Guerrero 2 hour lecture/presentation on the careers and music of Lalo and Mark Guerrero and the history of Chicano music.  The presentation includes video and audio clips, a slide show, and discussion.  (September 25, 2010)

University of California at Los Angeles (U.C.L.A.)- Mindy O'Brien's Chicano Music class, 2 1/2 hour lecture/presentation/performance on the history of Chicano music.  (May 2, 2011)

Arte Americas, Fresno, CA- Tribute to Lalo Guerrero lecture/solo performance.  Mark showed a slide show and video clips with commentary and performed songs by Lalo.  Carmencristina Moreno also performed songs by Lalo and Mark & Carmen sang three Lalo Guerrero songs together as a finale.  (January 11, 2013)

The Nile Nightclub, Bakersfield, CA- Tribute to Lalo Guerrero lecture/solo performance.  Mark showed a slide show and video clips with commentary and performed four songs by Lalo and his own tribute song to Lalo.  Luis Valadez and his trio performed three songs by Lalo and Mark and the trio sang three Lalo Guerrero songs together as a finale.  (February 9, 2013)

College Of the Desert, Palm Desert, CA- Discussion of the play and movie "Zoot Suit" by Luis Valdez.  Mark also talked about his father Lalo Guerrero's music, which was a featured throughout.  Mark performed Lalo's "Los Chucos Suaves" and "Nunca Jamas," as well as his own songs "Zoot Suit" and "Orale."  Presentation took place in Gary Walker's English Composition and Literature class.  (October 14, 2013)

California State University San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA- Lecture/performance on the History of Chicano Rock and the Eastside Sound of the '60s.  The 2 hour presentation included photo images, video clips, sound bytes, and musical performances.  Mark performed his "On the Boulevard," "Pre-Columbian Dream," "Viva Dolores," and "Ay Yi Yi Yi (Nobody Told Me)," and his dad's "No Chicanos on TV."  Mark then did a half hour impromptu presentation for the class of Dr. Elsa Valdez which included a talk and musical performances, which included his "When the Population Shifts," "Whitewash," and I'm Brown."  (January 14, 2014)

California State University San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA- lecture/performance for a class on "Race and Racism" in a lecture hall.  Two professors were present, Dr. Fenelon and Dr. Madrigal.  The presentation involved a talk and discussion on race and racism and how it related and continues to relate to the music business, as well as music related to the subject.  Mark performed his songs "Blood On the Sun," "Days of the Dons," "Ay Yi Yi Yi (Nobody Told Me)," "When the Population Shifts," and "I'm Brown."  He also performed his father's song "No Chicanos on TV." (February 11, 2014)

California State University San Bernardino, Palm Desert, CA campus (Oliphant Auditorium)- lecture/performance on the "History of Chicano Rock," from the pre-rock era of the 1940s to the 1980s.  Mark performed his songs "Pre-Columbian Dream," "On the Boulevard," "When the Populations Shifts," and "I'm Brown," in addition to his father's "Los Chucos Suaves" and "No Chicanos On TV."  (February 28, 2014)

The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio- lecture-performance on the "History of Chicano Rock: 1940-1980," with an emphasis on the pre-rock era of the 1940s.  A presentation with photo images, video clips, and "live" performances of Mark's songs, as well as some of his father's (Lalo Guerrero).  (March 31, 2014)

California State University San Bernardino, Palm Desert, CA campus (Oliphant Auditorium)- "History of The Beatles, Part 1," from the band's beginning through their "Rubber Soul" album.  For the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, two hours a week for six weeks, Thursdays (January 15 through February 19, 2015)

California State University San Bernardino, Palm Desert, CA campus (Oliphant Auditorium)- "History of The Beatles, Part 2," from their "Revolver" album through the break up of the band after their "Let It Be" album in 1970.  For the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, two hours a week for six weeks, Fridays 10 a.m. to noon (March 13 to April 24, 2015)

Resource Center For Non-Violence, Santa Cruz, California- concert of Lalo Guerrero and Mark Guerrero songs, a screening of "Lalo Guerrero: The Original Chicano" documentary, and video clips of Lalo and Mark performing together in various venues over the years.  The event was to benefit the Day Workers Center in Santa Cruz.  (February 21, 2015)

California State University San Bernardino, Palm Desert, CA campus (Oliphant Auditorium)- "History of The Beatles, Part 2," from the band's groundbreaking "Revolver" album through their final album, "Abbey Road," and the breakup.  For the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, two hours a week for six weeks, Fridays (March 13 through April 24, 2015)

California State University San Bernardino, Palm Desert, CA campus (Oliphant Auditorium)- "History of Chicano Rock" from the pre-rock era of the 1940s to the present.  (October 21, 2016)

2017 NACCS Annual Conference- The National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies held the conference from March 22-25 at the Hotel Irvine in Irvine, California.  Mark Guerrero participated in a panel discussion on Chicano music in East L.A. in the 1960s and the effect the war in Viet Nam had on the music scene.  Also on the panel were Rudy Salas, founder and leader of Tierra, and Greg Esparza, current singer with Thee Midniters.  Songs were performed by all three participants solo and together.  (2017)

Shadow Ridge School, Hesperia, California- a talking and musical presentation to high school students on the occasion of a Cesar Chavez day.  Mark spoke to the students about Cesar Chavez and his life and work, along with his personal experience with Cesar.  Mark also showed relevant videos and still images and performed some of his music, as well as a Lalo Guerrero song.  (September 26, 2017)


INTERVIEWS CONDUCTED

The following are people I've interviewed for website articles, internet radio, and on video:

For my website articles:  Chan Romero, Don Tosti, Joe "Yo Yo" Jaramillo of Cannibal & the Headhunters; Lawrence Perez and George Delgado of The Premiers; Sal Murillo, Rudy Valona, and Mike Rincon of The Blendells; Little Willie G., Trini Lopez, Chris Montez, Little Ray Jimenez, Hirth Martinez; Max Uballez and Andy Tesso of The Romancers; Willie Herrón and Jesus "Xuiy" Velo of Los Illegals; Geree, Ruben "Funkahuatl" Guevara, Arcelio Garcia of Malo, Ronnie Duran of Ronnie & the Casuals, Art Sanchez of Yaqui, Jose "Dr. Loco" Cuellar; Ersi and Rosella Arvizu of The Sisters; Hank Barrio and Manny Esparza of Elijah; Dan Pollock, Jess Porras, and Leroy "Zag" Soto of The Mixtures; Joe Espinoza and Adolpho "Fuzzy" Martinez of The Village Callers; Billy Cardenas ("Eastside Sound" record producer of the 60s), Ruben Guaderrama & Manny Gonzalez of The Blazers, and Gene Aguilera (manager of The Blazers and Little Willie G.); Manny Lopez; Joey and Steve Delgado of The Delgado Brothers; Art Brambila (record and TV producer of the 70s), Question Mark and Bobby Balderrama of Question Mark & the Mysterians, Mike "Mickey" Aversa and Simon Casas of Mickey & the Invaders, and Jack D'Amore.

For my internet radio show, Chicano Music Chronicles:  Trini Lopez, Chan Romero, Don Tosti; Fred Sanchez and Jerry Salas of El Chicano; Rudy Salas of Tierra and the Salas Brothers, Little Ray Jimenez, Geri "Geree" Gonzalez, Little Willie G, Richard "Scar" Lopez of Cannibal & the Headhunters, Sal Murillo of the Blendells, George Delgado of The Premiers; Andy Tesso and Max Uballez of The Romancers; Ersi Arvizu of The Sisters, Hirth Martinez; Willie Herrón, Jesus "Xiuy" Velo, and Bill Reyes of Los Illegals; Billy Cardenas, Steve Salas, Art Brambila, Rene Ornelas of Rene and Rene, Sunny Ozuna, George Ochoa, George Landa of Los Nawdy Dawgs, Lonnie Jordan of War, Louie Perez of Los Lobos, Jose "Dr. Loco" Cuellar, pc Muńoz, Gabriel Manzo of Malo, Butch Rillera of Redbone, and Chris Montez.

On video for the Experience Music Project Museum in Seattle, Washington (2007):  Trini Lopez, Fred Sanchez of El Chicano, Chan Romero; George Delgado, Lawrence & John Perez of The Premiers; Steve & Rudy Salas of Tierra, Willie Herron of Los Illegals, Hirth Martinez, Billy Cardenas, Little Ray Jimenez, Ersi Arvizu, and Mickey Lespron of El Chicano.

On video for "A Great Day In East L.A." project (2016- continuing):  Trini Lopez, Chan Romero, Pat Vegas (Redbone), Lonnie Jordan (War), Little Willie G (Thee Midniters, Malo), Little Ray Jimenez, Steve and Rudy Salas (Tierra), Jerry Salas (El Chicano), Ersi Arvisu (The Sisters, Village Callers, El Chicano, solo artist), The Delgado Brothers, Quetzal Flores (Quetzal), The Heartbreakers (Joe and Benny Rodriguez), Lawrence Perez (The Premiers), Sal Murillo (The Blendells), Geri Gonzalez (Village Callers, El Chicano, solo artist), Willie Herron and Jesus Velo (Los Illegals), Gil Rocha (Ritchie Valens, Johnny Chingas), Ruben Guaderrama (The Blazers), Hank Barrio (Evergreen Blues, Elijah), Joe Espinosa (Village Callers, Chico), Mike Aversa (Mickey & the Invaders, Dyna-Might), Albert Martinez (The Desires), Tony and Ramon Banda (Poncho Sanchez), Andy Tesso (The Romancers, The Mixtures), Danny Diaz (Chico), East L.A. Sabor Factory, Anthony Baray (The Emeralds), George Ochoa (The Slauson Brothers, The Men From S.O.U.N.D., Cannibal & the Headhunters, Yaqui), Jimmie Meza (The Atlantics), Josh Duran (Blues Experiment), Juan Perez (Quetzal), Jimmie Espinoza (Thee Midniters), Bobby Avila, Sal Rodriguez (War), Brenton Wood, Teresa Covarrubias (The Brat), Scott and Randy Rodarte (Ollin), Martha Gonzalez (Quetzal), 2 Mex, ALT Alvin Lowell Trivette, Robert Carranza (Producer), Max Uballez (The Romancers), Lala Romero, John Avila (Oingo Boingo), Aztlan Underground, Annette Torrez (Las Cafeteras), Gabriel Gonzalez (Quetzal, Boogaloo Assassins), Greg Esparza (Thee Midniters), Ray Suares (The Blue Satins), Bobby Brambila (Thee Enchantments), Charlie Montijo (Thee Counts), Irma "Cui Cui" Rangel, Fredo Ortiz (Beastie Boys), Bobby Figueroa (The Beach Boys), Very Be Careful, Lorenzo Martinez, Bertha Oropeza, Bobby Robles, Louie Mendez, Thee Commons, Piero Giunti, Isela Sotelo, Alex Del Zoppo (Sweetwater), Daniel Lozano, Victor Barrientos, Cesar Mejia, Ernie Hernandez, Jr. (Mark & the Escorts, Tango), Jim Tulio (Ace), Mickey Lespron (El Chicano), William "Mickey" Stevenson (Motown), Ruben Guevara, Domino Siete.


CONSULTING

Soul Clap and Dance Off (The Regent Theater, Los Angeles)- helped book The Premiers and Thee Midniters and promoted the show via my website and FB page.  (2016)

Trini Lopez Presents Latin Music Legends- consultant, talent coordinator, and performer on the PBS special also featuring Trini Lopez, El Chicano, Tierra, Little Willie G. & Thee Midniters, and the Greg Rolie Band.  (2008)

National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences' Grammy Museum- consultant for "Songs of Conscience, Sounds of Freedom" exhibit which opened in December of 2008 at the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences' Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.  (2007)

Experience Music Project, Seattle, Washington- consultant, interviewer, and member of the advisory board for the exhibit "Sabor Latino: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music."  (2007)

Palm Springs Fiesta Days- consultant, talent coordinator, and performer.  Performers also included El Chicano, Tierra, Malo, The Blazers, Los Fabulocos, Cannibal & the Headhunters, and others.  (2010)

Latin Oldies Festival 2003- consultant and musical participant for the concert held at the Arrowhead Credit Union Park, San Bernardino, California.  (2003)

Los Angeles Unified School District- consultant for their hall of fame project.  Provided names and short bios of accomplished musicians who attended the Los Angeles Unified School District schools.  Also checked and in some cases corrected information on musicians they already had listed.  (2015)


MARK GUERRERO ARCHIVE

"Turn Up the Radio: Rock, Pop, and Roll In Los Angeles 1956-1972"-  provided about a dozen images which included photos, flyers, a record label, and radio record charts for the book by Harvey Kubernik.  Santa Monica Press (2014)

"Mexican-Americans in Los Angeles"- provided photo images of Mark & the Escorts, Lalo Guerrero, and Mark, Dan & Lalo Guerrero for the book by Alex Moreno Areyan.  Arcadia Publishing.  (2010)

The Grammy Museum, Los Angeles, California- loaned an album cover, a 45 rpm record, a flyer, and an original lyric manuscript for an exhibit called "Songs of Conscience, Sounds of Freedom."  Mark Guerrero's 1972 45 rpm single "I'm Brown" and the original manuscript of his lyric were featured.  (2008)

Experience Music Project Museum, Seattle, Washington- loaned ten flyers, five band cards, a radio music chart from the 1960s music scene in East Los Angeles, and several album covers which were  scanned for the "album wall."  (2007)

"El Cantante"- a movie based on the true story of the King of Salsa, Hector Lavoe, who started the salsa movement in 1975 and brought it to the United States.  Provided images of flyers and posters for scenes in the film.  (2006)

"In Thee Midnite Hour"- CD compilation by the legendary East L.A. band of the 60s, Thee Midniters, released on Norton Records.  Provided flyers from the period for use on the CD and vinyl album cover and booklet.  (2006)

"Land of a Thousand Dances"- provided photo images of Mark & the Escorts and Tango for the book published by the University of New Mexico Press.  (1998) 


TELEVISION

"The Siesta is Over" with host Joe Ortiz- musical performance, "I'm Brown"- KNXT Los Angeles (1972)

"L.A.: An Artist's View"- profiled L.A. artists for the city's bicentennial, wrote and performed theme song, "Life in L.A."- KTTV Los Angeles (1980)

"Murals of Aztlán"- featured L.A.'s Chicano muralists, wrote and performed two songs, "On the Boulevard" and "Pre-Columbian Dream"- PBS (1982)

"Pacesetters"- with Dan and Lalo Guerrero, interview- KTTV Los Angeles (1986)

"Rock & Roll Record"- with host Steve Propes, interview and solo acoustic performance- (also on the show, legendary saxophonist Joe Houston and blues singer/guitarist, Guitar Queen)-  Long Beach, CA (1989)

"Rock & Roll House Party"- with host Steve Propes, interview and acoustic performance- (also on the show, Chicano doo-wop group The Storytellers, television's Tony Valdez, and (long before the book was completed and published) author's of "Land of a Thousand Dances" book, Tom Waldman and David Reyes)- Long Beach, CA (1990)

"Midday Show" with host Terri Ouelette, songs and interview- KESQ Palm Springs, CA (1994), with host Bruce Page, songs and interview (1995)

"5 O'Clock News" KESQ-TV- interview & performance segment, Palm Springs, CA (1998)

"Fernandomania"- documentary on Dodger pitcher of the 80s, Fernando Valenzuela- "Fernando, El Toro" written by Mark Guerrero and "Ole! Fernando written by Lalo Guerrero featured, along with interview segments with Mark & Lalo- ESPN Classic (2001)

"Midday Sunday" with host TonyValdez, interview and video clip of Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán performing "On the Boulevard"- KTTV Los Angeles (2003)

"The Talking Stick" with host Mark Nichols, interview and musical performance- KCBS Thousand Palms, CA- two appearances, first with Lalo Guerrero, second solo (2004)

"Eastside Prime Time" with hosts Erik "Chico" Manqueros and Arturo Esparza, interview- Adelphia cable East Los Angeles (2006)

"Lalo Guerrero: The Original Chicano" documentary aired beginning in 2006 and continuing to air periodically.  Mark Guerrero's song "The Ballad of Lalo Guerrero" is played at the end of the documentary. (2006)

"Mr. Duran Show" with host Richard Duran, interview- Aldelphia cable East Los Angeles.  Other guests included David Reyes, co-author of the book "Land of a Thousand Dances," guitar maker Karl Sandoval, and The Rhythm Kings (2008)

"Mr. Duran Show" with host Richard Duran, interview and performance with band- Aldelphia cable East Los Angeles.  Mark Guerrero backed by the Cannibal & the Headhunters Band and Steve Alaniz on sax performing Mark's songs "The Streets of East L.A.," "On the Boulevard," "Zoot Suit," and "I'm Brown."  Also performed were two songs written by Lalo Guerrero- "Tin Marin de do Pingue" and "Los Chucos Suaves." (2008)

"Chicano Rock: The Sounds of East Los Angeles" documentary aired on CBS beginning in 2008 and continuing to run.  Mark Guerrero performs his song "The Streets of East L.A.," backed by his band Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán.  Mark also appears making comments in two other segments.  (2008)

"Trini Lopez Presents Latin Music Legends" PBS special with host Trini Lopez, Mark Guerrero backed by Tierra performed Lalo Guerrero's "Los Chucos Suaves" and sang in the show's finale "La Bamba."  The lineup of performers included Trini Lopez, El Chicano, Tierra, Little Willie G. & Thee Midniters, and the Greg Rolie Band.  Mark also served as a talent coordinator and consultant on the show.  (2008)

"Midday Sunday" with host Tony Valdez, interview about the 1970 Chicano Moratorium, the passing of Richard "Scar" Lopez of Cannibal & the Headhunters, and the Eastside Sound.  Guests interviewed; Mark Guerrero, Anthony Baray formerly of The Emeralds, and co-authors of the book "Land of a Thousand Dances," David Reyes and Tom Waldman.  (2010)


RADIO

"Impact" with host Joe Ortiz, music and interview (KLOS) Los Angeles (1972)

"Impact" with host Joe Ortiz, Mark Guerrero's "I'm Brown" used as the show's theme song (1972)

"Carlos Almaraz Show" "I'm Brown" used as show's theme song (KPCC) Pasadena (1972)

"L.A. in Focus", music and interview by Luis Torres (KPFK) Los Angeles (1980)

Lead vocal on commercial for "Sprite" soft drinks, (Spanish), aired California-wide (1987)

"Consider This" with host Patti Patane, music and interview (KNWZ) Palm Springs,  2 appearances (1992)

Composed theme music for "Consider This" (KNWZ) Palm Springs (1992)

"Paul Mitchell Show", songs and interview (KPSI) Palm Springs, 3 appearances (1992), 1 appearance (1993)

Produced and recorded music for commercial for Las Casuelas Terraza Restaurant, Palm Springs- "A Fiesta In Every Bite" (1993)

Produced and recorded music for a campaign against the medfly, sponsored by the California Department of Food and Agriculture- "La Mosca Extranjera" (1993)

"George Gonzalez Show", music and interview (KSWV) Santa Fe, New Mexico (1994)

"Ron Fortner Show", music and interview (KNWZ) Palm Springs (1994)

Composed, produced and recorded theme music for "Journey to Wellness" with host Valjean McGinty (KNWZ) Palm Springs (1994)

"Valley Voices" with host Phil Blauer, songs and interview (KESQ) Palm Springs, 2 appearances, first appearance solo and second with Lalo Guerrero (1994), 2 appearances with Lalo Guerrero (1995)

Lead vocal on Sun Bus commercial (Spanish version) Palm Springs (1996)

"Rock & Roll Dance Party", host Trevor Hyland, airplay for songs, "Meet Me On the Other Side," "Rock & Roll Queen" and "I'll Take Rock & Roll (Any Ol' Time)," (89.5 FM), Bendigo and Central Victoria, Australia (1998)

"Radio Nova"- performed "Oh Maria" with Flaco Jimenez, and airplay for "On the Boulevard" EP, Paris, France (1998)

"Radio Aztlán"- interview by Roberto Tijerina, "The Beto Man Show" (KUCR) Riverside, CA - also featured airplay of Mark & the Escorts 1965 recordings (2001)

KXCI, 91.3 FM- Tucson, Arizona- live performance and interview with Mark Guerrero & Radio Aztlán (2002)

BBC Merseyside- Liverpool, England- interview with Spencer Leigh, live acoustic solo performances of my "On the Boulevard," The Beatles' "No Reply," and my dad's "Los Chucos Suaves.  Spencer Leigh also played my songs recorded by Chan Romero and Trini Lopez. (2004)

KPFK, 90.7 FM- Los Angleles, CA- 2 1/2 hour interview about my dad, the late Lalo Guerrero, and his music.  My brother Dan was also a guest on the show. (2005)

CRNLIVE.com-  Interview with host Frank Miranda about my dad, the late Lalo Guerrero, and his music. (2005)

NPR (National Public Radio)- telelphone interview regarding the passing of Lalo Guerrero (2005)

KXCI, 91.3 FM- Tucson, Arizona- interview with Neto Portillo about Ry Cooder's "Chavez Ravine" CD, on which I participated with Lalo Guerrero (2005)

BBC Merseyside- Liverpool, England- interview with Spencer Leigh, live acoustic solo performances of George Harrison's "Here Comes the Sun" and "While My Guitar Gently Weeps," my songs "Meet Me On the Other Side" and "Rockin' Like There's No Tomorrow, The Beatles' "Back In the U.S.S.R.," and my dad's "Los Chucos Suaves."  The show featured George Harrison expert Ian Kennedy talking about and playing George Harrison music. (2006)

KBCS 91.3 FM- Seattle, Washington- "Musica de La Raza- Aztlán to El Barrio" with Patty Fong, "live" via telephone (2007)

Radio Hispana 1470 AM- San Diego, California- "Xispa With Tita" with host Ariana Gallegos, a bilingual show which covers the area from Rosarito, Mexico up to Oceanside, California.  Interview via telephone (2008)

Luxuria.com- Los Angeles, California- "Riot On the Sunset Strip" with host Dominic Priore.  An internet radio show about the music of the fifties and sixties.  In studio Interview while Mark and Dominic play Mark's 60s music as well as some of Lalo Guerrero's music and selected "Eastside Sound" recordings of the same period.  (2008)

CRNLIVE.com- Mark Guerrero featured artist and pick of the month on the Chicano Radio Network.  Mark's music and "Chicano Music Chronicles" shows aired during the month of November.  (2008)

KQED 88.5- San Francisco, California (Northern California Public Broadcasting)- "California Report" Mark is interviewed about his father's song "Chicas Patas Boogie" as it relates to the state of California.  Mark also talks about caló (pachuco slang).  (2008)

WPMD.org- Cerritos, California- "Steve Propes 45s Show"- Mark is interviewed about his music, Lalo Guerrero's music, and the "Eastside Sound."  Mark and Steve play selected recordings of each category.  (2009)

KUNM.org- Albuquerque, New Mexico- Mark is interviewed by host Adam Aguirre on the subject of his music as well as his father's (Lalo Guerrero).  Also discussed is Mark's upcoming concert and workshop in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  The interview was aired on Adam's shows "Route 66" and "Raices."  (2010)

DubLab.com-  2 hour show on the "Eastside Sound" of the '60s hosted by Mark and Mark interviewed by Ganas.  Mark played 30 East L.A. classic recordings from the 1960s and spoke about the artists, musicians, and stories from the era.  The show was "live" with video feed and then archived on dublab.com.  (2013)

KUNM.org- Albuquerque, New Mexico- Mark is interviewed by host Adam Aguirre on many periods of Mark's career including Mark & the Escorts and the 1960s, his recordings of the '90s, and working with his father on Ry Cooder's "Chavez Ravine" album. (2013)

KUNM.org- Albuquerque, New Mexico- Mark is interviewed by host Adam Aguirre on the subject of the "Eastside Sound" of East Los Angeles in the 1960s. (2013)

KXCI 91.3 FM- Tucson, Arizona- Mark is interviewed by Bob "Pepe" Galvez.  Recordings played and discussed are Mark's "I'm Brown" and "On the Boulevard" and Lalo Guerrero's "La Minifalda de Reynalda" and "Elvis Perez on which Mark played guitar.  George Landa of Tucson's Los Nawdy Dawgs is also interviewed.  (2015)

KXCI 91.3 FM- Tucson, Arizona- Mark is interviewed by Bob "Pepe" Galvez.  Various recordings from the legendary "Eastside Sound" of East Los Angeles in the 1960s were played and discussed. (2016)

KPFK 90.7- Los Angeles- "Travel Tips From Aztlán" Mark is interviewed by Marc Torres about his music and career.  A fifteen minute segment was aired on August 19, 2017.  The entire interview was archived on KPFK's website.  (2017)

"Chicano Music Chronicles"- Mark Guerrero's own radio show which originally aired on crnlive.com, starting in November of 2005.  The show features the music of Chicano and Chicano/Latino related music pioneers and legends, with in studio interviews with the artists in most cases.  Mark did 12 in the initial run.  In 2015, the show resumed with new shows.  Guests have included Trini Lopez, Louie Perez of Los Lobos, Lonnie Jordan of War, Chris Montez, El Chicano, and many others.


INTERNET

Website- markguerrero.com or markguerrero.net, contains information on the music of Mark Guerrero, as well as information on other Chicano and "West Coast Eastside Sound" musical artists.  Started in December of 1998, it has become a popular site for people around the world interested in Chicano music.

Internet Radio- "Chicano Music Chronicles"- Mark Guerrero's radio show aired from December 2005 to August 2007 on crnlive.com.  The show featured the music of Chicano music pioneers and legends, with in studio interviews with the artists.  Each show aired once a week and ran for a month or two.  Artists interviewed and featured include, Trini Lopez, Chan Romero, War, El Chicano, Tierra, Little Willie G., Hirth Matinez, Little Ray Jimenez, Geree, Los Illegals, and others.  To hear archived shows, click here.

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