Known for his unique voice and romantic style, El Potro de Sinaloa (born José Eulogio Hernandez) became an easily recognizable favorite among female listeners stretching from Durango to Jalisco. His debut record, made in collaboration with the musicians of Los Potrillos del Norte and released by Amable Records, was entitled Linda Joven. Subsequent recordings would continue to feature El Potro working with established groups. José signed to Sony International for the production of his 1996 album, Punales de Fuego. Pobre de Mi Corazon was positioned as one of 2001's most successful releases in Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart. ~ Evan C. Gutierrez
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