Lalo Mora

Real Name:
Eduardo Mora Hernández
Born Eduardo Mora Hernàndez in the Mexican state of Nuevo León, Mora began singing at the age of four -- and by the time he was in his mid-teens, he was earning some money singing in local bars, restaurants, and clubs. Mora started using Lalo Mora as his stage name as a teenager, and it was also during his adolescent years that he enjoyed a small local following as half of a vocal duo called Lupe & Lalo. Mora got a major break in 1980, when he was invited to join the norteño group Los Invasores De Nuevo Leon as a lead vocalist. Los Invasores de Nuevo León were a new group at the time but went on to become a big name in norteño music and their success brought Mora a great deal of exposure in both Mexico and the United States.

In 1993, Mora left Los Invasores de Nuevo León to become a full-time solo artist (he was replaced by Isaías Lucero, who was replaced by Rigoberto Marroquín four years later in 1997). Leaving a group as popular as Los Invasores de Nuevo León was a gamble for Mora, but it was a gamble that paid off for him commercially; as a solo artist, he became even more famous in the regional Mexican market.
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Lalo Mora Discography Tracks

Singles & EPs

DLVS45-18 Lalo Mora - Despedida El Soltera / El Indomable album art Lalo Mora Con Banda La Costeña* Lalo Mora Con Banda La Costeña* - Despedida El Soltera / El Indomable(7") DLV Musart DLVS45-18 Mexico 1994 Sell This Version


2723482 Lalo Mora - La Mas Completa Coleccion album art Lalo Mora La Mas Completa Coleccion(2xCD, Comp) Disa, Universal Music Group 2723482 Mexico 2009 Sell This Version
509996 99503 2 2 Lalo Mora - Las Más Pegadas album art Lalo Mora Las Más Pegadas(CD, Comp) EMI Televisa Music 509996 99503 2 2 US 2009 Sell This Version