The GRAMMY Museum welcomes Mexican singer Gloria Trevi to the Clive Davis Theater on August 6 for an exclusive pre-screening, discussion and Q&A about her new album, “El Amor.” Leila Cobo, director of Latin content and programming for Billboard, will be moderating the event. Often hailed as "the Mexican Madonna," pop/rock singer Gloria Trevi will release a new CD/DVD set, “El Amor” on August 21, 2015; the same day in which she kicks off ‘El Amor World Tour’ in the Greek Theater of Los Angeles. With more than 30 million albums sold worldwide, Trevi has released 13 albums and penned over 200 songs. Her latest album, De Película, reached No. 1 on the Latin Album chart in the U.S., Mexico and Latin America.

“El Amor” is a gender-bending album produced by multiple GRAMMY award winning, Humberto Gatica (who’s produced for stars like Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Chaka Khan, Lionel Richie and Michael Bublé, amongst many others). The album features Trevi giving listeners a glimpse into the way she loves, and the way she wants to be loved, singing from the perspective of both male and female. The album features reinterpretations of some of Latin music's timeless hits, including first single "Como Yo Te Amo." 

This follows ‘La Trevi’s’ latest album, “DePelicula,” which reached No. 1 on the Latin Album chart in the U.S., Mexico and Latin America.