Thursday nights at 7 PM (Pacific Time) Tune in and listen to our first comedian guest via Danny Serrano!  He is an up and coming rising comedian star from the heart of the southwest.  Originally from Mesa, Arizona, Danny’s high energy, quick thinking and to the point comedy captures different audiences wherever he performs.  He shares and discusses a variety of topics, from growing up and living in Arizona to current events, all the way through to his Latino culture.

Danny has worked with Wayne Brady, Ralphie May, Damon Wayans, Cedric the Entertainer and George Lopez just to name a few.  Danny performs at Colleges, Casino’s, Comedy Clubs, Corporate events and Theaters across the Country.  He is a regular at the Comedy Spot Comedy Club in old town Scottsdale.  Danny is recognized as one of the Hottest Rising Comics in the Country.

Upcoming Shows:

Saturday October 17th, 2015
Arizona Event Center
Mesa, Arizona
3 Shades of Funny
Tickets @ Arizona Event
Call for more info: 480-779-7716

Monday November 2nd, 2015
HON-DAH Casino Resort
Pinetop, Arizona

Friday November 6th, 2015
Holloman Air Force Base
New Mexico

Saturday November 14th, 2015
Laugh Factory Comedy Club
Scottsdale Arizona
Latin Comedy Jam
W/Paul Rodriguez  via The Latin

Our next guest is a very special musician via Mario Moreno who is in the Arizona Blues Hall of Fame.  Mario Moreno once played with Voodoo Kings for about 11 years, and it was a really popular band in the southwest during the 80s and 90s.  Voodoo Kings is no longer in existence since most of the band members have already died — and once the singer (who put Voodoo Kings band together) died, the band pretty much dissolved.

We play a really good song at the end of our interview with Mario Moreno titled:  Latin Kind Of Blues.

I feel very fortunate having interviewed Mario since he is one of the Voodoo Kings musicians, and retaining history and recording it while keeping a catalog of Chicano Music History is important.

To book with Los Morenos Band, you can email the band at  [email protected]

In our broadcast,  you will hear a one minute message from a deported veteran via Mark Isaacs who is living in South American currently…and was deported after serving 2 terms in the U.S. Army….with TWO honorable discharges. He gives a shout out to his loved ones who are still living here int he US. Special thanks to Hector Barajas for continuing on with his mission.