Chalino Sánchez

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Chalino Sanchez
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Chalino Sanchez
Background information
Birth name Rosalino Sanchez Felix
Also known as Chalino, El Pelavacas, El Rey del Corrido
Born (1960-08-30)August 30, 1960
Died May 16, 1992(1992-05-16) (aged 31)
Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico
Genres Norteñas, corridos
Years active 1987–1992
Labels Balboa/Edimusa
Cintas Acuario
Discos Linda
Musart
RR

Rosalino "Chalino" Sanchez was a Mexican singer and writer perhaps best known for his narcocorrido recordings. On May 16, 1992, he was murdered in Culiacán, the capital city of the Pacific coastal state of Sinaloa, Mexico. Since his death, his fame and recordings have grown in popularity.

Family[edit]

Adán Chalino Sánchez (born April 14, 1984) was the son of Sanchez and a popular Mexican singer in his own right. He died in an automobile accident on March 27, 2004 in Sinaloa.

Select discography[edit]

  • 1989 17 Exitos
  • 1990 13 Mejores Exitos
  • 1990 Homenaje a Pollero
  • 1990 El Bandido Generoso
  • 1990 A Todo Sinaloa
  • 1990 Nieves De Enero Con Los Amables Del Norte
  • 1991 Alma Enamorada
  • 1991 El Pavido Navido
  • 1992 El Pela Vacas
  • 1992 Adios a Chalino
  • 1992 Chalino Sanchez Con Vaquero's Musical
  • 1993 Chalino Sánchez Con Banda Brava
  • 1993 Chalino Sanchez Con Mariachi
  • 1993 Chuyita Beltran
  • 1994 Desilusion
  • 1995 Corridos Con Mariachi
  • 1995 Recordando A Chalino
  • 1995 Más Éxitos Con Chalino Sánchez
  • 1996 15 Éxitos 15
  • 1996 Chalino Sánchez Con Los Amables Del Norte
  • 2001 Canta Corridos Al Estilo Culiacan
  • 2002 Colección De Oro, Vol.1
  • 2002 Corridos De Los Felix Y Los Quintero
  • 2002 Mis Mejores Canciones
  • 2003 Cantando Con Sus Amigos
  • 2005 Corridas Con Banda
  • 2006 Historia Musical
  • 2007 20 Éxitos Inmortales
  • 2007 Duranguense Con Banda Brava

References[edit]

  • Quinones, Sam. (2001). True Tales from Another Mexico: The Lynch Mob, the Popsicle King, Chalino and the Bronx" University of New Mexico Press www.samquinones.com