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
On the road recruiting one recent day, a song came on Illinois coach John Groce's car radio about things best left in the past, Randy Travis' "Digging Up Bones."
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
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...
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...
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 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
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 — [...]
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, 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
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 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