Los Invasores de Nuevo León

Los Invasores de Nuevo León are a Mexican norteño set founded in 1977. Led by Lalo Mora, the first members of the group was Eduardo “Lalo” Mora, Isidro “Chilo” Rodriguez, Luis González y Arturo Vargas.
Javier Ríos was the accordion player of Luis y Julian. Then all change and the next Los Invasores was Lalo Mora, Javier Rios, Homero de Leon and Eliud Lopez. The group would become very popular on both sides of the Texas-Mexico border during the 1980s and 1990s. Many of their songs are still played on radio to this day, such as Laurita Garza, Eslabón por Eslabón, Ni Dada La Quiero, Amor a la Ligera, Ni que Tuvieras tanta Suerte, Playa Sola, Aguanta Corazón, Mi Casa Nueva and A Mí que Me Quedo. Singer Lalo Mora left for a solo career with EMI Records in 1993.