7, 1966- Cantwell High School- Montebello, CA
Below is the right 1/3 of an article that was entitled "Pop
Music: Stones Form Own Label," which appeared in
the now defunct Los Angeles Herald Examiner on Friday, April
9, 1971. In paragraph one above, my signing with Lou
Adler's Ode Records is announced.
Below is the left 1/2 of an article
entitled "Chicano Rock on Bill at Cal State L.A.,"
which appeared in the L.A. Times on Saturday September, 16,
1972. The lineup of the concert included Tierra, El
Chicano, Elijah, Carmen Moreno, and Mark Guerrero with The
Mudd Brothers (later to be named Tango).
Below is the part of the article
about the then upcoming "Feria de la Raza" concert
at Cal State L.A., which appeared in the Monterey Park Californian
on Saturday, September 16, 1972.
Mark Guerrero (1972)
July 22, 1972
Reviews of Tango at
ad in March 2, 1974 Cash Box Magazine
was part of a six album ad under the heading "New
A&M Records." Other albums in the ad
were by Peter Frampton, Humble Pie (without Peter),
Toots and Svend, Roger Kellaway, and Esperanto.
Mark Guerrero (1980)
Lalo & Mark (1984)
of Television Show
"L.A.- An Artist's View"
September 3, 1980
Mark Guerrero (1989-92)
New Mexican, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Sunday, June 18, 1989
second to last paragraph above, it says my "On the Boulevard"
album "features the popular Herb Alpert number Noche
de Amor. This was not correct. I had told the
writer that Herb Alpert had recorded my song "Pre-Columbian
Dream" on his "Noche de Amor" album.
The writer, the late Jackie McCartey, was a very personable,
charismatic, and great woman. In addition to being a
writer, she was an excellent singer/guitarist who sang both
in English and Spanish.