Un Potro de Sinaloa was created José Eulogio Hernandez in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Sindicatura la Tapias, Sinaloa. José demonstrated great musical guarantee from an early on age, we were young in children full of music artists, specialists and hobbyists as well. His sibling Ignacio “Nacho” Hernandez used Los Amables del Norte, and provided an apprenticeship of kinds by appealing José to try out and record using the group. Another sibling, Tomas, referred to as Un Indomable de Sinaloa, appreciated a brief but fruitful profession as a documenting artist. Surrounded by way of a talented family members, José soon begun to differentiate himself as especially gifted. Performing beneath the name Un Potro de Sinaloa (The Colt of Sinaloa), José shortly gained reputation and recognition through the entire area. Known for his exclusive voice and intimate style, Un Potro became an conveniently recognizable preferred among feminine listeners extending from Durango to Jalisco. His debut record, manufactured in collaboration using the music artists of Los Potrillos del Norte and released by Amable Information, was entitled Linda Joven. Following recordings would continue steadily to feature Un Potro dealing with set up groups, such as for example Los Caballeros, Los Guamuchilenos, and his brother’s Los Amables del Norte instead of forming his very own band. With several successful produces to his credit, José agreed upon to Sony International for the creation of his 1996 discharge, Punales de Fuego. Following a short stint with EMI, Hernandez shortly resolved on Lideres, a subsidiary of General, as his label house. Together he released what will be a profession showcase, Pobre de Mi Corazon, located among the year’s greatest in Billboard’s Best Latin Albums graph. Though his 2007 discharge, No Me Quites Tu Amor, had not been under Lideres, his agreement with Machete Music helps to keep him beneath the Universal umbrella.
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