Rick Trevi

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Rick Trevino (born on June 15, 1971 in Houston, Texas) is a Mexican-American country music singer. His first country music hit was in 1993 with "Just Enough Rope" from his self-titled second album[source?]. This was followed with "Honky Tonk Crowd," "She Can't Say I Didn't Cry," "Doctor Time," and "Bobbie Ann Mason." He has also charted with "Learning as You Go," "Runnin' Out of Reasons to Run," and "I Only Get This Way With You."[1]

Rick has played with Tejano greats such as Freddie Fender and Flaco Jiminez, and was a member of the band, Los Super 7. His upcoming album includes the track "Better in Texas"[source?].

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