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Country Star Randy Travis Shocks Audience With First Performance Since Stroke - Watch!

Randy Travis gave fans the surprise of a lifetime when he performed for the first time since his debilitating stroke while at the Country Music Hall of Fame induction ceremony. The 57-year-old country superstar was rendered unable to speak after the stroke in 2013 but showed his remarkable recovery by singing a portion of the [...]
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Religion / Christianity : The Christian Post

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