Mexican singer and performer who is best recognized for his accordion-powered norteno style of music as well as for being a member of the group Los Invasores de Nuevo Leon. He is also recognized for his popular singles "El Preso de Nuevo Leon" and "Laurita Garza".
He first started singing at the age of four. Then in his teen years, he performed at several bars and restaurants throughout Mexico. He joined his first group Lupe & Lalo and in 1980, he debuted as the lead singer of the group Los Invasores de Nuevo Leon.
He is known for having earned representation from the Disa Records label during his solo career.
He was born and raised in Nuevo Leon. He often performs with his son Lalo Mora Jr. as well.
He is known for having composed the Jenni Rivera song "1 Vida, 3 Historias: Despedida de Culiacan".