Heart of Texas Recording artist Justin began entertaining from the bandstand when he was only thirteen years old. Trevino recorded his first record, “The King of Clubs” when he was seventeen. He developed a passion for traditional Country Music during this time and has dedicated his career to promoting it. He was featured in the JVC/Smithsonian/Folkways Video of Anthology of American Folk Music when he was twenty one. He has appeared on RFD TV’s Midwest Country and Ernest Tubbs Jamboree.
Trevino joined Heart of Texas Records in 2003 and immediately released “Too Many Heartaches”. The album contains eight songs that Trevino penned and duets with Pretty Miss Norma Jean and Darrell and Mona McCall. It was followed with “More Loud Music And Strong Wine.”
“Before You Say Amen” was his first gospel project. The album contains fourteen standards along with some new selections as well. “Before You Say Amen” has already become a favorite among traditional and gospel music fans. Heart of Texas Records released “Take One As Needed For Pain” in 2007. He has worked with some of the biggest names in Country Music including Johnny Bush, Gene Watson, Kitty Wells, Justin Tubb, Hank Thompson and Charley Louvin, Darryl McCall ,and Leona Williams. Trevino has produced projects on a number of entertainers including the award winning duet album on Floyd Tillman featuring Willie Nelson, George Jones, Mel Tillis, Connie Smith and Ray Price among others.
Country Music People magazine in London, England, featured Trevino in their September 2003, issue citing him as one of the “true Country Music artists” in the business.
“Justin Trevino is one of the most important individuals in the preservation and promotion of traditional Country Music,” Tracy Pitcox said. “Few individuals are accomplished as an entertainer, songwriter, engineer, producer and historian. Justin excels in all aspects of our music business.”
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