Los Rieleros Del Norte is a Mexican norteño band. It was formed in Ojinaga, Chihuahua in 1979 and later moved to Texas, and remains one of the oldest norteño bands still active today. The band's name, "Los Rieleros" was based on work that some members did on the railroads of Chihuahua, Mexico. Unlike many other norteño bands, the Rieleros del Norte use both the saxophone and accordion in their music, creating a dual-instrument hybrid, distinct from other norteño bands. All original members of the band are natives of Ojinaga, Chihuahua, a town which has been a hotbed of norteño development and from where many other saxophone-norteño bands have come. The Band now resides in El Paso, Texas
Currently, the band's leader is Daniel Esquivel. The band's current members are Daniel Esquivel, lead singer; Daniel Esquivel Jr., playing the accordion; Javier Esquivel, electric bass; Alfredo Esquivel, drummer; Eugenio "Pemo" González, saxophone player; Rogelio Martinez Bajo Sexto and Bajo Sexto. In the past, Polo Urías was the band's lead singer, but he left to form his own musical group, Polo Urías y su Maquina Norteña.