Travis was lauded with the music that made him famous during an all-star tribute.
Randy Travis is opening up about a devastating stroke, which nearly took his life in 2013. In a recent interview, the country music superstar admitted the stroke left him “damaged.” However, he is thankful for the strides he has made...Show More Summary
Ahead of a star-studded Nashville tribute, the country icon reflects on past three years.
The Randy Travis Tribute Concert has now added several new names to its list of performers. It appears that the concert, which will honor a country music legend and Hall of Famer in Randy Travis, is shaping up to be a truly memorable event. Show More Summary
Randy Travis helped make a Christmas wish come true for a police officer in his Texas town. The 57-year-old country star heard that Officer Keith Bartlett and his family had recently lost everything in a devastating house fire, including his prized guitars, and knew he had to help. Randy had actually met the officer when [...]
Country music singer Randy Travis helped brighten the Christmas of one Texas police officer. Gainesville police officer Keith Bartlett and his family lost their home in a fire earlier this month. Related Story: How To Give A Gift You...Show More Summary
Day 22 features tracks from Brandy Clark, Rodney Crowell, Randy Travis, Shania Twain, and Julie Roberts.
The singer, who suffered a stroke three years ago, has been slowly returning to music scene.
As expected, and in some cases previously reported, the Vikings worked out six kickers on Tuesday: Randy Bullock, Travis Coons, Kai Forbath, Zach Hocker, Marshall Koehn and Aldrick Rosas. Earlier Tuesday, ESPN reported that the Vikings have decided to stick with struggling kicker Blair Walsh. If the Vikings liked what they saw from one or…
The 50th Annual CMA Awards started off with an emotional moment on Wednesday when Randy Travis brought the star-studded in memoriam performance to a close with the tear-jerking final note. Travis suffered a stroke in July of 2013 and underwent brain surgery. Show More Summary
Earlier this month, Randy Travis’ comeback began a whole new chapter. Travis, a country music icon, suffered a scary, life-threatening stroke in July of 2013, which had rendered him unable to perform. During his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame, however, fans were able to hear the unmistakable sound of his voice once... Show More Summary
This inspiring, viral moment never would have happened if his doctors had their way.
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 [...]
‘Randy stared death in the face, but death blinked.’
Country legend Randy Travis stuns the crowd at the Country Music Hall of Fame induction ceremony by singing "Amazing Grace," three years after suffering a massive stroke that took away his speaking voice.
Randy Travis, who nearly died of a stroke in 2013, was inducted along with Charlie Daniels and Fred Foster.
Country singer Randy Travis found his distinctive voice three years after a life-threatening stroke and sang "Amazing Grace" during his induction Sunday into the Country Music Hall of Fame. The Grammy-winning baritone singer battled back from the stroke in 2013 to sing again during the medallion ceremony in Nashville, Tennessee....
Randy Travis, Charlie Daniels and Fred Foster inducted into Country Music Hall of Fame.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) On the road recruiting recently, a song came on Illinois coach John Groce's car radio about things best left in the past, Randy Travis' ''Digging Up Bones.'' At Friday's media day, Groce said he wouldn't be digging...Show More Summary