The Two Dogs Band
Based in the San Fernando Valley, Two Dogs is available to perform for corporate and non-profit events, fund raisers, private parties, weddings, festivals and church carnivals, grand openings and nightclubs. Two Dogs Band has quickly made their mark on the Southern California music circuit. The focus of the group is to entertain all audiences with their energetic and unforgettable stage show. The Two Dogs Band music selection includes a variety of styles such as: Disco, R&B, Funk, Classic Rock, Cumbia’s, Salsa, 80s, Rock en Espanol, Oldies, Smooth jazz, Latin jazz, Blues, and current Top Hits. This 4-Piece Band includes:
Steve Valdez, Guitar & Vocals
Tom Huggins, Bass & Vocals
Dave Follosco, Keyboards & Guitar
Danny Pucillo Jr., Drums & Percussion
Steve Valdez and Dave Follosco have been opening acts for Latin jazz recording artist Poncho Sanchez & Susie Hansen. East Los Angeles Groups Tierra, Rocky Padilla & The Blazers. Steve & Dave also performed as Los Gordos and recorded “Make It With You”,. The song received radio air time on KRLA by Art Laboe and also on The Sancho Show. It was featured on the CD “The Best of Sancho, V5” and was sold in Tower Records & the Warehouse stores. A memorable highlight was their performance of “Make it With You” at the Chicano Music Awards to a sold out crowd at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.

Danny Pucillo Jr. started playing drums at age eight and has worked with legendary blues guitarist/vocalist Guitar Shorty, Stevie Wonder, Freddie Fender, Mary Wells, Robert Goulet, The Drifters and the Platters. Dan is also active in the L.A studio scene where he records for various artists and TV commercial producers. Dan teaches private drum lessons as well as group drum classes and you can catch him on L.A. Channel 36 (Time Warner) as Dan The Drummin Man where he show cases local bands and his students.
Tom Huggins has been a jazz musician all his life and worked with jazz recording artists Al Jarreau, Mike O’Neil (George Benson), Chris Pinnick (Chicago), and Thom Teresi (Gino Vannelli).