Ages 18 and up.
There is a detail in Gloria Trevi's life that sets her apart from other stars: she is the same person in her personal life as on the stage. Her unconditional surrender to the music and her fans made her the most outstanding pop music icon of the 90s and one of the most talented, respected, loved, and admired singer-songwriters of Latin pop.
In 1985 she joined the female vocal quintet "Boquitas Pintadas" with whom she also recorded her own songs. Her rebellious spirit, ironic social criticism, and unique commercial savvy began to blossom. Three years later she recorded her first album, paving the way to fame that spared no time coming. The phenomenon of La Trevi immediately made its way into the movies with the artist's debut in the film "Pelo Suelto," breaking sales records in Mexican box offices.
In response to her success in Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America, Gloria began her first international tour taking her from Puerto Rico to Argentina, setting off a wave of Trevimania throughout the whole continent. She is responsible for more than 300 songs which have left their mark on Latin music because of their clear, simple, and direct language.