Los Huracanes del Norte

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Los Huracanes del Norte are a Mexican Norteño group, originally from Yahualica, Jalisco but based out of San Jose, California, USA. They are one of the genre's most popular performers.

The group first formed under the name Los Cuatro del Norte in 1969 by three brothers and a fourth member; a fourth brother joined in 1972. Their debut record was released in 1973; they scored their first gold record in 1978.[1] With the growth of their success they toured regularly through the U.S., Mexico, and Central America. They continued to release charting records into the 2000s.Los Huracanes del Norte have released over 900 songs.

Members[edit]

  • Heraclio "Rocky" Garcia - Electric Bass, vocals
  • Jesus "Chuy" Garcia - Accordion, vocals
  • Guadalupe "Lupillo" Garcia - Saxophone, Accordion, vocals
  • Francisco "Pancho" Garcia - Bajo Sexto, Vocals
  • Antonio H. "El Güero" Garcia - Drums
  • Jose Luis "El Chapete" Contreras - Accordion, Vocals
  • Roberto Herlacio "Rocky Jr" Garcia. - Bajo Sexto, vocals

Former Members[edit]

  • Alejandro "Wico" Lopez - Drums (1972-2001)
  • Asunción Rubalcava - Drums, Percussion (1969-1984)

Other Members[edit]

  • Francisco "Panchon" Fellove - Saxophone, Trumpet (Finished In 2005)
  • Jaime "Jaimito" Garcia - Bariton Saxophone, Electric Bass

Discography[edit]

Incomplete

  • Corrido De Daniel Treviño (1973)
  • Tambien Cantan Corridos (1974)
  • La Gavilla Del Burro Prieto (1975)
  • Son Tus Perfumenes Mujer (1976)
  • Ofrenda A Mi Madre (1977)
  • El Lechero (1978)
  • La Musiquera (1979)
  • El Hijo De La Musiquera (1980)
  • Los Polvos De Estos Caminos (1981)
  • Los Meros Meros (1982)
  • "Cruz De Madera" (Single) (1982)
  • Paredes De Mi Casa/Como Un Cobarde (1983)
  • El Arbol De La Horca (1984)
  • Les Cantan A Las Madres (1984) (last album recorded for Luna Music Corporation, a Sony division) (last album with Asunción Rubalcava)
  • Solo Exitos (1985) (first Garmex Records Sony Music Distribution album) (first album with Alejandro "Wico" Lopez from returning to the group)
  • 15 Super Corridos (1985)
  • Claveles De Enero (1986)
  • "Enseñame A Olvidar" (Single) (1987)
  • El Ranchero Chido (1988)
  • Para Ti (1989)
  • Los Grandes Corridos (1989)
  • El Gato Negro (1990)
  • Como Les Quedo (1991)
  • Con Nuevos Horizontes (1992)
  • Vientos (1993)
  • Una Explosion Musical (1994) (last Garmex Records album)
  • Jugada Norteña (1995) (first Fonovisa album)
  • Corridos Pesados (1995)
  • Verdades Norteña (1996)
  • Top Norteño (1997)
  • Aires de Mi Norte (1998)
  • Corridos Pa' Pueblo (1998)
  • Corridos (1999)
  • Norteño 2000 (1999)
  • En Que Trabaja El Muchacho (2000) U.S. #181
  • En Vivo (2001) (last album with Alejandro "Wico" Lopez)
  • Mensaje De Oro (2001) (first album with Antonio H. "El Guero" Garcia & Jose Luis "El Chapete" Mejia)
  • Pa'l Norte (2002) (last Fonovisa album)
  • En El Tiempo (2003) (first Univision album)
  • Con Experiencia y Juventud (2004)
  • Corridos de Caballos (2004)
  • Legado Norteño (2004)
  • Tesoros De Coleccion (2004)
  • Dejate Querer (2005)
  • Legado Norteño-Corridos (2005)
  • Momentos Inolvidables (2005)
  • Puro Pa' Arriba (2006) (first album with Roberto Heraclio "Rocky Jr." Garcia)
  • Linea De Oro (2007)
  • Vientos Huracanados (2007) (last Univision album)
  • La Mejor...Coleccion (2007)
  • Mi Complemento (2009) (first Disa album)
  • En Vivo Desde Monterrey (2010)
  • Soy Mexicano(2011) (last Disa album)
  • 40 Aniversario (2012) (first Universal Music Latino album)
  • Como un Huracán (2012) (first Vene Music album)

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