Steve Fontaine

Bari sax player, Thee Sinseers; singer/songwriter.

Bari sax player for Thee Sinseers, singer/songwriter. 

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Producer Jaime Roque takes a ride with Ernie Moran in his 1965 Chevy Impala to explore the history and culture of the lowrider community of East Los Angeles.

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Producer Jaime Roque takes a ride with Ernie Moran in his 1965 Chevy Impala to explore the history and culture of the lowrider community of East Los Angeles.

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