Felix Truvere

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Felix Truvere was born & raised in San Antonio, TX. He received his Bachelors Degree in Instrumental Music Education from UTSA, and is a former high school band director, turned “corporate trainer” for bank underwriters at USAA Federal Savings Bank from 2001-2008. “The Open Road” provided miles of life-experiences years before Felix began performing on stages as a country band in surrounding San Antonio saloons and clubs. Sporting a diversity in music culture, Felix Truvere has a Drum Corps International World Championship as a mellophone player in the world-renowned “Cadets of Bergen County” from Bergenfield, NJ.

He earned himself the 2012 San Antonio Music Award for Best Original Song with his comedic, uptempo song of modern philosophy, “Thou Shalt Not Bitch.” SA CURRENT awarded Felix Truvere’s band with several San Antonio Music Awards to include Best Country Band, Best genre Song & Music Video for “What Best Friends Do,” and best songwriter for his genre. Felix Truvere’s songwriting is inspired by Dean Dillon (writer of over 50 popular George Strait hits) for whom Felix had an opportunity to open for in a song-writer’s showcase at The Longhorn Saloon in Bandera, TX. Felix’s song-writing offers similar passion in story-telling with comedy, spiritual philosophy, and lots of traditional country dance appeal! The excitement for Felix Truvere’s success sees his music making its way to Texas Radio with his songs now regularly seeing success on the Texas Regional Radio Report & respective charts.
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By: Firehouse Saloon

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