Randy Travis Sings ‘Amazing Grace’ During Country Hall of Fame Induction [Watch]
Randy Travis shocked the audience at the Country Music Hall of Fame Medallion Ceremony on Sunday night (Oct. 16) when he got up to sing "Amazing Grace."
Forever Country: Jon Pardi Covers ‘Forever and Ever, Amen’ for CMA Series [Watch]
The CMA Awards turn 50 in 2016, and to celebrate, the association has been bringing to fans some pretty unique crossovers between current hitmakers and country legends.
Randy Travis, Karen Fairchild on Hand for ‘Forever Country’ First Look
While the "Forever Country" video will make its official launch Tuesday night (Sept. 20), select members of the press, industry and CMA Board members got an exclusive first look on Monday.
Randy Travis’ DWI Arrest Dashcam Video to Be Made Public, Judge Rules
Just over four years after Randy Travis was arrested and charged with DWI in Texas, a state appeals court has ruled that the dashcam video of the country icon's arrest must be released to the public.
Randy Travis to Make Guest Appearance at Benefit Show for Dallas Police Officers
Several country legends will travel to Texas for Stars Behind the Stars, a charity concert to benefit the fallen police officers in Dallas, Texas.
Randy Travis Receives 2016 Artist Career Achievement Award
Randy Travis was on hand in Nashville Wednesday night (June 22) to receive a very special award at the Country Radio Hall of Fame dinner.
Surprise Guests Highlight Day 1 of the CMA Music Festival [Pictures]
Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, Jason Aldean and Rascal Flatts headlined the first day of the CMA Music Festival Nissan Stadium shows, but guest performers like Elle King and Randy Travis were the biggest surprises.
Randy Travis Joins Charlie Daniels at CMA Fest, Receives Standing Ovation
After a series of health scares — including a major stroke in 2013 — Randy Travis appeared in front of fans again with on stage with Charlie Daniels at CMA Fest on June 9, 2016.
Kenny Chesney Honors Randy Travis Onstage in Texas [Watch]
More than 46,000 fans filled the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on Saturday night (June 4) to see Kenny Chesney live in concert — including Randy Travis.