Randy Travis

Randy Travis was a kid with a golden voice and a habit of making trouble when he was discovered in his home state of North Carolina in the late 1970s. After being told he was too traditional, he found a hit song with "1982" and then "On the Other Hand" and quickly became the hottest young country artist in America. He was adored by fans of contemporary and traditional country, and he continued to record hit country and Christian songs until 2013, when he was slowed by a severe stroke. He's regained some mobility, and in 2016 he spoke and sang publicly for the first time in three years. Travis was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in October 2016 — an honor which was long overdue.

Randy Travis to Perform at 2016 CMA Awards
The list of performers for the upcoming 50th Annual CMA Awards continues to increase its star power. On Wednesday (Oct. 26), it was announced that Randy Travis will take the stage to sing at the awards show along with several other respected country acts.
Randy Travis’ Father Dies
Singer Randy Travis’ father, Harold Traywick, has died. The 83-year-old North Carolinian passed away at his home in Marshvile, N.C. on Saturday (Oct. 8).

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