On the cover of his self-titled debut Rick Trevino, the Mexican- American may look like just another sullen stud in a black hat, but inside he’s a solid performer with a well-modulated baritone, a winning way with a Garth Brooks-type ballad (”She Can’t Say I Didn’t Cry”), and a sly sense of humor (”She Just Left Me Lounge”). He can serve up a dance hit, too, as in ”Just Enough Rope,” which he sings in both English and Spanish. B
Genre: Country, World; Lead Performer: Rick Trevino
Posted April 1 1994 — 12:00 AM EST
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