Steve Treviño – America’s Favorite Husband Tour
He’s fluent in wife, loves beer and barbecue, and is “America’s Favorite Husband.”
Comedian Steve Treviño shares hilarious observations on fatherhood, husband-hood, and modern life-hood at large. He locks into an undeniable rhythm fueled by straight-shooting honesty and a whole lot of heart. He appeals to audiences on the most relatable level by fitting right into their families. Among many skills, he can “speak wife” fluently. (If you’re married, you know this language!) He takes pride in his ability to assemble his own swing sets, slides, and backyard playground projects—neglecting to “call the guys” Amazon offers at $500 a pop. (If you have kids, you know this is a terrible idea!) He takes pride in the fact he’s “not allowed to make [his] own decisions,” as any good husband should. He loves his wife, Renae, so much that she wrecked his dream Silverado, and he’s sort of okay with it. This identifiable approach affirms his status as one of the country’s fastest-rising comics, viewed over 175 million times, selling out shows coast-to-coast, amassing over 1.1 million social media followers, and headlining specials for Amazon, NETFLIX, Showtime, and more.
“My comedy is very personal to me,” he says. “My goal is to make sure that everyday married men can laugh at themselves. Life wasn’t horrible for me. I didn’t have this crazy struggle. I’m just an average married man madly in love with my above average wife—and I want to make her happy. I think that translates to the audience. My narrative is I’m a normal dude trying to be a good spouse and father, just like you.”
Nobody is better at being “America’s Favorite Husband,” though.
“If you watch my standup and walk away a little closer to your partner, I’m doing my job,” he says. “Hopefully, you think, ‘I’m not the only one going through this.’ That’s what comedy does. I want to leave you with a very honest image of what my wife and I are. I look at the psychology of a joke before I look at the funny of it. For as much as it should be funny, it should be therapeutic. That’s what I’m here for.”