Louie Pérez

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Date de naissance 29.1.1953 à Los Angeles, CA, Etats-Unis d Amérique

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Louie Pérez

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Louie Pérez

Born January 29 1953
Los Angeles
Occupation American musician/songwriter
Spouse(s) Mary Perez
Children Louis Perez III,John Perez,Matthew Perez
Website
loslobos.org
latinplayboys.org

Louis Frausto "Louie" Pérez (born January 29, 1953, Los Angeles, California) is an American songwriter, percussionist and guitarist for Los Lobos,[1] and Latin Playboys.[2]

Pérez started with Los Lobos playing primarily jarana (a small Mexican guitar) and singing. He is one of the founding members of Los Lobos established in 1973. As Los Lobos ventured into Norteño music and rock, Pérez became the drummer, first with just a snare drum. In 1990, Victor Bisetti was hired to be a combination drum tech, drum coach and percussionist. As time went on, Bisetti took a more active role as drummer allowing Pérez to move back to the front of the stage, and start playing guitar. Bisetti was replaced in 2003 by Ruben (Cougar) Estrada.

Pérez continues to be Los Lobos' primary lyricist. He also paints in his free time as well as being art director & artistic supervisor on many of Los Lobos albums/cds.

References

  1. Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. [Louie Pérez at All Music Guide Biography: Los Lobos]. Allmusic. Retrieved on 24 May 2010.
  2. Unterberger, Richie. [Louie Pérez at All Music Guide Biography: Latin Playboys]. Allmusic. Retrieved on 24 May 2010.

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