During the mid-’90s, Rick Trevino emerged as one of the first popular Hispanic singers in country music since the mid-’70s, when Freddy Fender and Johnny Rodriguez were having hits. Beginning with “She Can’t Say I Didn’t Cry” in 1994, Trevino racked up 14 hits on the Hot Country Charts with his Garth Brooks-inspired blend of new country and album rock.
A Texas boy and the son of a Tejano musician, Rick studied music at Texas A&M. After hearing him in a local Austin, Texas club, a Sony music producer signed him immediately with Sony. With his signing, Rick left school to pursue his dream of a music career.
He still making great music and performing to audiences all over the United States. Rick is a remarkable entertainer and his brand of country music makes audience glad they came. Listen to his music and watch his videos. His latest music video, “I Am a Mexican” features Flaco Jimenez, a Tejano music legend.
He can be at your next concert or corporate event.