El Potro de Sinaloa

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José Eulogio Hernandez, better known by his stage name El Potro de Sinaloa, is a Mexican conjunto singer born in Tapias, Sinaloa.

Both of his brothers, Ignacio and Tomas, had careers as musicians in Mexico. Early in his career he adopted his stage name (which means "the colt of Sinaloa"), and became a popular performer throughout the country. In 1996 he signed with Sony Records; he later recorded for EMI and then Lideres, a Universal Records subsidiary. In 2007 he was nominated for a Latin Grammy award.

Discography[edit]

  • Con los Caballeros (Linda, 1995)
  • Potrillos (Linda, 1995)
  • Puñales de Fuego (Sony Records, 1996)
  • Que Bonito Es el Amor (EMI, 1998)
  • Pobre de Mi Corazon (Lideres, 2001)
  • Mi Corazon Ya Te Olvido (Lideres, 2002)
  • Dos Amores (Veranito, 2005)
  • No Me Quites Tu Amor (Machete Music, 2007)
  • El Primer Tiempo (Machete, 2007)
  • Me Caiste del Cielo (Veranito, 2007)
  • los Mejores Corridos Vol.1 (Machete, 2007)
  • Los Mejores Corridos Vol.2 (Machete, 2007)
  • Grandes Exitos Originales (Machete, 2008)
  • Dejame Vacio (Fonovisa Records, 2008)
  • Cargamento Del Diablo (2009)
  • Narco Edicion (2009)
  • Serie Diamante: 30 Super Exitos (2009)
  • El Enemigo Publico (2010)
  • Sin Fronteras (Universal Latin Music Entertainment 2012)

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