Adolfo Urías y su Lobo Norteño ("Adolfo Urías and his Northern Wolf") is a Mexican norteño band headed by Adolfo Urías. Although actually a band, most Mexicans think of him as a solo singer (e.g., Julio Preciado, El Coyote, Marco Antonio Solis, and Antonio Aguilar). His music, like Los Rieleros del Norte, Polo Urías, and Los Diamantes de Ojinaga, uses both the accordion and saxophone, thus creating a unique Ojinaga-flavored musica norteña, while most other norteño groups play the accordion solo. Adolfo Urías, born in Ojinaga, Chihuahua, Mexico, learned to play the accordion at age 13. His hit, "Corazón Chiquito," was extremely popular on the regional Mexican radio in 2002. Recently, his song "Qué Chulos Ojos" became another big hit. His songs are in traditional ranchera form, but the lyrics feature modern themes. Adolfo Urías' uncle, Polo Urías, is also a norteño singer.
Adolfo Urías - Main performer, primary singer, director; also the accordion player until Orlando Holguin took over in 2004.
Fernando Morales - Accordion; new member
Alfredo Roque - Saxophone
Julio Cesar Urías - Bass guitar
Sergio Urías - Bajo sexto, second vocals
Efrain Alvarez - Drums, percussion