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Randy Travis Does His First Country Music Video Since His Stroke [Video]

Randy Travis is finally looking better and back to working again. It turns out that he even did a country music video, even though, it was not for one of Randy’s songs. Country Rebel shared the details about this new country music video from Shane Owens. Show More Summary

Randy Travis Plays Dying Country Legend in New Movie 'The Price'

Before he suffered a stroke in 2013 that greatly affected his speech, Randy Travis filmed one last movie — and one that wasn't much of a stretch: He plays a country music legend in the upcoming straight-to-DVD flick, The Price. The movie also stars Travis' real-life wife, Mary, as an old-flame...

See James Dupré Channel His Movie Dad Randy Travis on 'Promise'

Years before ditching a career as a paramedic to join The Voice's ninth season, James Dupré grew up in central Louisiana, listening to his parents' Randy Travis records. "I remember having '1982' stuck in my head for an entire summer," he tells Rolling Stone Country, "not really understanding what that song...

Randy Travis Inducted Into Country Music Hall Of Fame Three Years After Massive Stroke

On March 29, Randy Travis was recognized with country music’s most esteemed honor, a place in the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tennessee. During the induction, his wife, Mary Davis-Travis, revealed some startling news. According to Mary, her country superstar husband suffered a massive stroke in July 2013, which nearly took his life.... Show More Summary

Randy Travis’ Wife Reveals He Almost Died Due To A Stroke In 2013

Randy Travis almost died of a stroke in 2013. Travis’ wife, Mary Davis-Travis revealed the shocking news during his induction for Country Music’s Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tennessee. During the ceremony, Mary Davis-Travis took to the podium with Randy. Show More Summary

Randy Travis' Wife Reveals The Country Singer Had 'No Hope' Of Surviving His 2013 Stroke

A massive stroke back in 2013 left Randy Travis without much of a vocabulary. And now, as we learn from his wife Mary Davis-Travis, the country singer was lucky to even have survived the entire health scare. The Forever and Ever, Amen singer was inducted into Country Music's Hall of Fame in Nashville on Tuesday night — [...]

Randy Travis, 2 others headed to Country Music Hall of Fame

Charlie Daniels and Fred Foster also will be inducted.        

Randy Travis, Charlie Daniels Set for Country Music Hall of Fame

In an emotional press conference in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's rotunda on Tuesday morning, three new recipients of country music's highest honor, the Country Music Hall of Fame, were announced. Country Music and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Brenda Lee was charged with introducing the...

Kim Williams, Famed Nashville Songwriter Who Penned Garth Brooks’ Hit ‘Papa Loved Mama,’ Dies At 68

Kim Williams, a famed Nashville songwriter who wrote hits for many top Country stars, including Garth Brooks, and Randy Travis, died on Thursday, February 11. He was 68-years-old. Kim Williams was born in Kingsport, Tennessee, in 1947. Show More Summary

'Three Wooden Crosses' Songwriter Kim Williams Dead at 68

Songwriter Kim Williams, whose credits include "Ain't Goin' Down 'Til the Sun Comes Up," for Garth Brooks and "Three Wooden Crosses" for Randy Travis, died Thursday, February 11th, according to MusicRow. He was 68. Williams, who was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2012, penned more hits for...

Randy Travis Performs For First Time In 3 Years, Sings ‘Amazing Grace’

Randy Travis fans have been looking for updates on the country star, but there hasn’t been a lot coming out lately. Now Randy’s fans are finally hearing how he is doing after having a stroke three years ago. Taste of Country shared that Randy Travis went to a funeral on February 3 and the country... Show More Summary

Roddy White -- 'I'm a Falcon Forever & Ever, Amen' (VIDEO)

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Roddy White just went all Randy Travis when describing his future in the NFL -- telling TMZ Sports, "I'm a Falcon forever and ever, amen." The ATL wide receiver was at LAX recently when we brought up that his contract with the team ends at the end…

BREAKING: Randy Travis’ Wife Releases News on His Progress – Please Pray

Randy Travis, who is a country singing legend, has been having a hard time of it the last couple of years. In 2013, he had a terrible stroke after congestive

See Carrie Underwood's Passionate Opry 'Smoke Break'

Carrie Underwood was made an official Grand Ole Opry member in 2008, after a surprise invitation from Randy Travis, and earlier this month, she returned to the venerable stage for a performance during the Opry's 90th Birthday Celebration. Backed by her band, Underwood played acoustic rhythm guitar as she sang current single...

A #GAPOL Atlanta News Teaser

Ok Randy Travis of Fox5 Atlanta, you win.  This is how to tease a local evening newscast for our audience: TONIGHT — A fistfight in Buford between two political families has some calling for longtime commissioner to quit. — Randy Travis (@RandyTravisFox5) October 14, 2015

Flashback: See Randy Travis Perform As 'Randy Ray'

In the early Eighties, Randy Bruce Traywick, originally from North Carolina, could often be found frying up catfish in the kitchen at the Nashville Palace nightclub near Music City's Opryland Hotel and theme park. Today, of course, he's better known as Randy Travis, one of the most successful country superstars...

Flashback: The Avett Brothers Cover 'Forever and Ever, Amen'

By the time Randy Travis released his second album, Always & Forever, in April of 1987, he had scored four consecutive Top Ten hits, two of which ("On the Other Hand" and "Diggin' Up Bones") went to Number One. So, anticipation was high for the sophomore LP from one of...

Bachmann Helped Kill the Iowa Straw Poll

The Iowa Straw Poll is over after 36 years. Blame this year’s terrible candidates, Michele Bachmann’s 2011 win, and Randy Travis.

The Daily Buzz: April 22, 2015

Today's news includes stories about Brett Eldredge, Eric Church and Randy Travis! The post The Daily Buzz: April 22, 2015 appeared first on RoughStock.

Randy Travis Married: Singer Caps Off Two Years Of Recovery And Is ‘Embarking In Life Again’

It’s been a banner week for country singer and stroke survivor Randy Travis. On Sunday, he made a surprise appearance at the Academy of Country Music Awards. And it came out Tuesday that he has married long-time fiancé Mary Davis. Travis,...Show More Summary

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