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Tony “Ham” Guerrero

Jazz flügelhorn and trumpet participant Tony “Ham” Guerrero was created Feb 20, 1944, in San Angelo, TX, and began monitoring music at age eight. In his teenagers, Guerrero started playing in regional dance/rock and roll & roll rings, before finding jazz and touring through the entire U.S. and Canada at age 18, eventually becoming a member of Johnny Long & His Orchestra. After their studies at the Berklee College of Jazz in Boston, Guerrero relocated to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, where he continuing to review jazz and started playing salsa. In the past due ’60s, Guerrero created the first music group that he’d serve as innovator of Small Joe & the Latinaires, while Guerrero and another person in the music group, trombonist Joe Gallardo, continuing to play collectively. By the first ’90s, Guerrero started issuing single albums including 2000’s Y la Nueva Generacion, that was a cooperation with his child and two daughters.

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