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.
Besides those 14 songs on the Hot Country Charts, Rick has recorded seven studio albums. His recording of “Running Out of Reasons to Run” reached Number One on the Billboard Country Music Charts. His first single, “Just Enough Rope” was the first mainstream country single to featured separate English and Spanish language versions.
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.