Current live/touring band:
Tony Zamora – vocals, guitars, basses
Roberto Rodriguez III – accordion, vocals
Willy T Golden – lap steel, dobro, vocals
Cougar Estrada – drums
Kevin Belzner – drums
Mike J. Woodford – percussion

Tony Zamora

Los Angeles, California

Tony Zamora was born to a large musical family in Los Angeles. Instruments, bands, young musicians and rehearsals were always present as his older siblings were part of the 1960’s East L.A. music scene. This was the same era that fostered Cannibal and the Headhunters, Little Willie G. & Thee Midniters and Los Lobos among others. These were hometown heroes that found national acclaim and were among the first Latino rockers to find success.
With an ever-increasing interest in roots, regional folk or ethnic music (especially West Coast music) and a renewed appreciation of Mexican folk music came a period of journeyman sideman work which included:
Singer/songwriter of LA. roots band Tremoloco,

Has recorded with stellar musicians including:
Ian McLagan, Stephen Bruton, Delaney Bramlett, David Hidalgo, Ruben Ramos, Greg Leisz, Red Volkaert, Cindy Cashdollar, Joel Guzman, Jerry Donahue, Big Manny Gonzalez, Claire Muldaur, Los Tex Maniacs, Jeff Ross and many others

Bassist with Cougar Estrada’s The Lounge Trio,

Long time band member/co-writer/producer Irish folk band The Twilight Lords,

Country/folk artists
Rick Shea, Fur Dixon and blues artists
Kid Ramos, The 44’s,

Little Willie G of Thee Midnighters
Rick Shea’s latest release “Love and Desperation” featuring “Juanita” a track co-written by Tony Zamora
Tony and Tremoloco band mate Roberto Rodriguez on renowned, award winning Canadian artist Tim Williams latest release Corazones Y Murallas (Hearts and High Walls)
Fur Dixon and Steve Werner- played on release “Songs of The Open Road” Volume I
Cougar Estrada -“Firefly” played bass and co-wrote title track
Shark from The Wild Colonials – played live and on various film soundtracks including: The Wild Colonials album “Reel Life”
Clare Muldaur – Composer, singer songwriter, played in live band and appeared on “Sweetheart” album

Twilight Lords – Irish folk band that toured throughout the West and Southwest including tours in England, Ireland, and Scotland.
Recorded three albums, was co-writer producer/arranger musician on “Women of Ireland” performed with artists including Jerry Donahue, Flogging Molly, Gaelic Storm, Mary Black, Paul Brady, Johnny Cunningham, Dillon O’Brian, Eric Rigler and The Mulligans

Vicki Hill – singer/songwriter
Member of live band, played guitarron and sang duet/harmonies on her release which also includes Van Dyke Parks, Tony Gilkyson, Mike Stinson, Kip Boardman, Greg Leisz, Steve Mugalian, and Greg Boaz from Dave Alvin’s band)produced by Don Heffington

The King Cotton Band
– Texas soul singer who released various recordings and singles with Dusty Wakeman (producer of A Town South of Bakersfield) and Danny Holloway (Island Records).

Walter Egan – Played bass with this artist who had several hits in the late 1970’s-80’s including “Magnet and Steel”, he also contributed songs to the Gram Parsons recording “Grievous Angel”.

Roberto Rodriguez III

Houston, Texas
Rob started playing accordion at a young age under the tutelage of the great Tejano acordeonista Leonel Pulido. This led to various Houston bands playing with local favs Umbrellaman and Johnny Falstaff among others, ultimately fronting his own Tex_Mex Punk band Mas Pulpo. His journeyman work began as a four year stint with local legends Los Skarnales and included tours with Los Lobos, Sisters Morales, John Dee Graham and finally partnering with L.A. Roots music band Tremoloco for several albums and tours.

Jeffrey P. Ross

Los Ángeles, Ca
Jeff Ross, is a veteran virtuoso who delivers dazzling live performances and an in demand studio player.
He has played with the Bellamy Brothers, Rose Maddox, Royal Crown Revue, Candye Cane, Lefty Frizzell, The Hot Club of Los Angeles, James Harman, Nick Curran, Rank and File, Rosie Flores, Kelly Willis, The Hellecasters and Sonny Boy Terry among many others.

Cougar Estrada

Camarillo, California
Grammy nominated artist has played and/or recorded with Randy Newman, Robert Plant, Neil Young, Doyle Bramhall, Rickie Lee Jones, Marc Ribot, Los Super Seven, Latin Playboys and a ten year stint with Los Lobos including tours, TV appearances and recording on several of their albums.
He has produced two of TREMOLOCO’S releases and played on others.

Johnny “Vatos” Hernandez

Los Angeles, California

Started playing drums in middle school. First band was called the “Adventures” all “Ventures” music. Through High School played everything, Dance Band, and Jazz were favorites. Friday morning Pep Bands, chamber orchestra, school plays.

Started early road career at seven-teen with the USO. By nineteen could read music, played in big bands, (LACC Studio Jazz band, Si Zetner Big Band) and pit orchestras.
With Steve Bartek hired to play on bizarre film called the “The Forbidden Zone”, Danny Elfman’s first film.
Asked to join “The Mystic Nights of the Oingo Boingo”. The early band was a full multi media extravaganza, complete with costume changes, Gamelan music, West African balaphone music and bizarre film interludes. After two years of that we dropped all the props and became “Oingo Boingo”.

“Food For Feet” around ’83 or ’84. A power house rock trio with Mike Tovar and John Avila.

Started working with Tito Larriva of “The Plugz”, asked to work on the “Culture Clash TV Show”. 1995 joined “Tito and Tarantula”. The band was featured in Quenton Tarentino’s “From Dusk till Dawn”