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Steve Treviño Interview

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Today on The Caregiver Dave Celebrity Segment, Caregiver Dave and Neil will interview Steve Treviño.

The Mexican American comic, in the vein of Ray Romano and Kevin James, is regularly on the road, touring over 250 shows a year around the world. Last year, after a few months off due to the pandemic, Treviño had to persevere, even with venues at 20-30 percent capacity, to provide for his family, and for mental clarity for himself and for his fans through a little laughter. That is how his new special MLIQ came about. My Life In Quarantine was shot on September 12, 2020, outdoors, in front of a live, masked, and socially distanced crowd, at world-class production facility Studios at Fischer, in Canyon Lake, Texas, following strict COVID-19 protocols. Treviño takes on the brutal reality of realizing he’s nonessential. He uses his tongue-in-cheek humor when referencing not being able to tour over the last few months, while also finding laughs in all aspects of the “shutdowns”— panic shopping, being home with his wife and best friend Renae, and the etiquette of face masks/hand sanitizing. That same humor can be found on Steve’s podcast with his wife Renae, whom he lovingly refers to as Captain Evil..


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