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The musical community in Nashville honored Randy Travis Wednesday, as country stars came out to sing his classic hits. Nashville Hosted A Charity Event To Honor Randy Travis Wynonna, Kenmy Rogers, Alabama, Garth Brooks, Chris Young, Travis Tritt, and Jeff Foxworthy were among the performers last night. They performed such hits as “Forever and Ever, Amen” and “Three Wooden […]
- Hillary Luehring-Jones
Brooks was the final singer among more than 30 who came to honor the country legend on Wednesday night with a tribute concert at Bridgestone Arena.
“The hardest thing I believe I’ve ever done is sing one of your songs with you sitting right there,” Brooks announced to Travis, who was perched stage right with his wife, Mary, for the entire three-hour concert.
“So it’s gonna suck, but it’s all love,” Brooks said before launching into Travis’ signature hit, »
- Nancy Kruh
Three years after suffering a stroke that nearly cost him his life, country star Randy Travis opened up to Nashville newspaper The Tennessean about his heath struggles since then, which have included two brain surgeries, three bouts of pneumonia, seven intubations, three tracheotomies and some staph infections. Yet Travis and wife Mary say they remain hopeful, although when asked if […] »
- Brent Furdyk
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