About Louis Molino III
|Place of Birth||:||Roxborough, Philadelphia, USA|
|Also Known As||:||Lou Molino III|
Born and raised in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia, Louis Molino III is a studio and touring drummer based in Los Angeles. Lou was a founding member of Cock Robin, appearing on their self-titled debut album on Columbia Records. He has worked with such notable musicians as Trevor Rabin, Julian Lennon, David Cassidy, Kim Mitchell, Kenny Loggins, Roger Hodgson, Yoso, Billy Sherwood, and The Tubes. Since 2016, Lou has been a touring member of Yes featuring Anderson Rabin and Wakeman. Lou has worked with many acclaimed producers and film composers, including Bob Ezrin, Trevor Horn, Eddie Offord, Paul De Villiers, Steve Hillage, Mark Mancina, Nick Glennie-Smith, and Ken Scott. Lou's work can also be heard on such films as Con Air, Tarzan, Armageddon, Training Day, Jack Frost, Glory Road, Bad Boys II, Gone in Sixty Seconds, G-Force, and Max. His television credits include Zero Hour, Agent X, and 12 Monkeys.