Given birth to and raised in the LA region, Freddy Trujillo spent a lot of his youngsters in several bands. He performed bass with punk icon Pat Smear, was briefly a part of I REALLY LIKE You, used sister Amy Trujillo (who performed beneath the name Am’e Lorain), and in addition created a funk music group, A FAMILY GROUP Affair, with her and drummer Victor Indrizzo. In 1993, when the group split, Trujillo made a decision to move north to Portland to wait college, and even though his concentrate considered his research, he still continuing to try out the bass. His music group, Federale, was agreed upon to Geffen but split up before they ever released an archive, but this event provided Trujillo the impetus to begin with pursuing documenting his own function, particularly, music that centered on informing about the modern American Indian knowledge (his grandfather was Comanche and Osage). In 2002 Hawks and Highways, a spirit- and Mexican-folk-influenced record, which highlighted Trujillo’s voice, aswell as bass and electric guitar skills, premiered on In Music We Trust.