Gloria Trevi Schedule
Mexican pop superstar Gloria Trevi shot to the top of the music world in the 1990s with her
premiere album, Que Hago Aqui (What Am I Doing Here?). Despite a scandal that made the headlines, Trevi was able to dust herself
off, and soldier on.You can catch Gloria Trevi in 2014 at venues like the ACL Live at The Moody Theater in Austin, Texas;
Verizon Theatre at Grand Praire in Grand Prairie, Texas; Arena Theatre in Houston, Texas; San Manuel Casino in Highland, California;
Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona; and Fantasy Springs Resort in Indio, California.
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Gloria Trevi Background
Gloria Trevi dreamed of becoming an entertainer at a young age.
Born in the late 1960s, Trevi started off by learning poetry recital at the tender age of five, which was eventually followed
by lessons in ballet and piano. She even learned to play the drums later on. At the age of 12, Trevi left home after her parents
divorced.In 1980, she traveled alone to Mexico City. With not a dime in her pocket, she set out to chase her dream of working
in the entertainment industry. She did a lot of odd jobs just to get by from teaching aerobics to singing and dancing in the
street to working at a taco stand.
Four years later, the now 16-year-old Trevi met 28-year-old Sergio Andrade. He quickly
became her mentor. In 1985, she joined a girl band for a short stint. The band's name was Boquitas Pintadas (Little Mouths
with Lipstick). Greatly inspired by American and British rock, Trevi set out to pursue a solo career. Under Andrade's guidance
as her manager, Trevi cut her first album, Que Hago Aqui? (What Am I Doing Here?), in 1989, which instantly burned up the
Between 1991 and 1996, Trevi put out five albums and tried her hand at the silver screen. She starred in three
successful Mexican films. She continued to tour in 1992, performing for audiences in Argentina, Chile, Puerto Rico and the
Dominican Republic. Her music was both political and seductive, with lyrics soaked in sexual overtones, but her aim was consistently
to bare the hypocrites.Trevi wasn't shy about covering issues like drug trafficking, religion, hunger, the upper class, prostitution
and war deaths. She dared Mexican machismo and frequently tried to humiliate men by luring them on stage and stripping them
down to their skivvies.
Despite her more vulgar side, Trevi was admired by Latin and Mexican young women. They wanted
to be like her and dressed like her. Eventually, Trevi was billed as the Mexican Madonna. She even used her stardom for public
speaking. She voiced her opinions on controversial topics like abortion, AIDS, sex, drugs, prostitution and panhandling.She
landed on the covers of multiple magazines and was included in TV specials and even influenced Trevi comic books.
1998, Trevi's career took a turn for the worse. Not long after she married Andrade, Aline Hernandez published a book, De la
Gloria al Infierno (From Glory to Hell), which sorted out her life with Andrade. She exposed Andrade as a controlling misogynist,
who preyed on young girls. Trevi was dragged through the mud right along with him, accused of sexual abuse and kidnapping.
They eventually wound up fleeing to Brazil where they were apprehended by authorities in early 2000.After spending nearly
five years in prison in both Mexico and Brazil, Trevi was finally acquitted by a Mexican court in the fall of 2004, due to
lack of evidence in the case.
Almost immediately, Trevi stepped back into the recording studio to revive her career.
Como Nace el Universo (How the Universe was Born) arrived in 2004. On Valentine's Day 2005, Trevi made it known that she would
be touring 23 cities in the U.S. The tour was dubbed Trevolucion.Trevi recovered from her past woes, returning to her confident
self. Today, she continues to tour, playing for audiences worldwide.
Gloria Trevi Trivia
Barrie M. Osborne,
an Oscar Award-winning Hollywood producer, and Max Appedole, Mexican entrepreneur, are collaborating with film director Christian
Keller to develop Gloria. The production will portray the life of Gloria Trevi.
Gloria Trevi Hit Albums
Trevi's hit albums include: Que Hago Aqui; Tu Angel de la Guarda; Me Siento Tan Sola; Mas Turbada Que Nunca; Si Me Llevas
Contigo; Como Nace El Universo; Una Rosa Blu; and Gloria. Trevi has sold over 20 million records to date.
Trevi Concert Experience
Lo Nuestro Awards Pop Female Artist of the Year nominee Gloria Trevi has been billed as the
"Supreme Diva of Mexican Pop" by VH1.The outspoken Mexican pop-rock singer/songwriter has resurfaced in the music world -
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