The Councilman


Louis Molino III is originally from the Roxborough section of Philadelphia, PA. He moved to Los Angeles in search of new challenges and within six weeks of moving to L.A., he joined Cock Robin. The band later signed with Columbia Records and Cock Robin released their debut album in 1985. Lou spent the following year supporting the album in both the U.S. and Europe.

It was during Lou’s time with Cock Robin that he was introduced to producer Paul DeVillers (Mr. Mister, Yes, King Crimson), and was soon working with Paul on various projects in the U.S. and Canada.

Paul later introduced Lou to Trevor Rabin. Lou began working with Trevor, first on his solo album and tour, and then on film scores. Over the years, Lou developed a close friendship with Trevor.

When not touring, Lou spends much of his time in his L.A. studio working for various artists, both in town and over the internet.