Top 10 Other Tony Guerreros  

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There are several other Tony Guerreros out there. I thought I'd introduce you to them, in case this one is boring you.

1. Tony "Ham" Guerrero - A legendary trumpet player from the 60's & 70's TexMex music scene. He lives in Austin and we met in person last summer. (His new CD will have a song of mine on it...!)

2. La Sombra De Tony Guerrero - A popular 80's Tejano music group from Chicago.

3. Tony Guerrero - A rock guitarist from San Francisco. Definitely looks like he could kick this Tony Guerrero's butt.

4. Tony Guerrero - Vice Chairman and group manager in charge of Retail Banking Group of First Hawaiian Bank and a strong community leader.

5. Tony Guerrero - The Plantation House Restaurant wine director and assistant manager.

6. Tony Guerrero - Actor and Voiceover Artist from Atlanta

7. Tony Guerrero - Bank of Guam board chairman, president and chief executive officer

8. Tony Guerrero - Hockey player (Concordia Stingers, on right)

9. Tony Guerrero - Police Officer in Sanger back in the 70's

10. Tony Guerrero - President of the Veteran's service oganization "Sergeants Major Association"

Can't wait 'til our annual Tony Guerrero Convention!

(Takes a lot of self-googling to come up with a blog like this!)

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That is a post I'll never be able to replicate on my blog.

6/12/2008 9:54 AM

All that ego-searching finally pays off...

6/12/2008 12:40 PM

Oh to be a fly on the wall at that convention... I wonder if you all would really get along just because you have the same name??

6/12/2008 5:10 PM

La Sombra de Tony Guerrero might be the best...I really wish you had co-founded that.

6/12/2008 5:22 PM




9/16/2008 5:41 PM

My father was Tony Guerrero, Jr. who owned the longtime east Austin favorite Martin's Drive Inn. He wasn't famous on any measurable level, but he was loved by his patrons and honored a couple years ago by the Neighborhood Reunion at Zaragoza Park for his contributions in the community. My brother Tony Guerrero III introduced Tejano music to the masses during the mid-1970s with the Gillis Park free summer concert series and a DJ stop on KGTN. His son, my nephew, Tony Guerrero was a co-founder and host of the Austin access classic "The Reel Deal" and member of Just FYI!

2/13/2009 8:25 AM

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