Despite growing up in a big family, Randy Travis never had any kids he called his own – but this doesn’t mean he doesn’t want to. Randy Travis’ wife, Mary Travis, opened up to how “children are very special to ...

Randy Travis is just one of the few country singers who has successfully combined country hits and gospel hymns. Even today, people would come to them and tell them how they love Randy Travis’ songs, especially his gospel music that ...

In the middle of the 1980s, Randy Travis grew into a major new voice in country music by helping the Music City remember its storied past. When almost everyone pursued the pop-oriented sound of the Urban Cowboy craze, Randy’s songs ...

Randy Travis’ “Amazing Grace” is a Christian hymn that has been around since 1779. Several centuries have passed and it’s still extremely popular, especially in the United States, where it is being used for religious purposes as well as for ...

Randy Travis’ “Forever and Ever, Amen” will always have a special place in every country music fans’ heart. Well, there’s no doubt to that as it’s almost impossible not to fall in love with its sweet melody and romantic lyrics. ...

When Randy Travis came out of a coma in 2013, the doctors found that the “Forever and Ever, Amen” singer had suffered a stroke. This has badly impaired his left brain’s whole central region, resulting in aphasia – a condition ...

Randy Travis is a country singer who has been in the industry for decades. His music has touched many lives, and his songs have become classics that are still played today. This list contains 10 of Randy Travis’s most popular ...

In 2006, Randy Travis delivered one of the most divine renditions of the popular Christmas carol, “Silent Night.” The country singer showed the world how he never holds back as far as honoring the annual celebration of Jesus Christ’s birth ...

His First Song After His Tragic Stroke  In 2019, Randy Travis dropped the classically themed “One In a Row” six years after his tragic health issues took his Hall of Fame voice from us. Travis recorded the heartbreaking ballad before ...

Much of Randy Travis’ success can be traced to his first No. 1 hit, “On the Other Hand.” The song was first recorded for Travis’ 1985 debut album, Storms of Life, but it was not released as a single. Following ...

In 2004, Randy Travis released “Angels” shortly after he scored a comeback hit with “Three Wooden Crosses.” The song was part of Travis’ sixteenth studio album Passing Through and peaked at No. 48 on Billboard country charts. At the beginning ...

In country music, it is no longer unusual for an artist to record a gospel album at some point in their career. Country and gospel share so much in common as it is, so the transition between the two genres ...