Who is Randy Travis?
Randy Travis is an American singer whose 4 albums are gold records, 4 platinum, 1 double platinum, 1 triple platinum and 5 times platinum among others.
According to reports, Travis with lifetime of sales of more than 25 million copies, is one of the largest multi-genre record sellers, and recently got inducted into the 2016 Country Music Hall of Fame. After the fatal stroke in 2013, thankful to strict physical therapy and his wife, he was able to speak, walk, and sing. Writer Ken Abraham wrote his critically acclaimed memoir “Forever, Amen” in 2019.
Randy Travis Career and Awards
His 3 performances won the CMA Song of the year Award; “The Other Side” ‘Amen Forever” and “Three Wooden Crosses”. In addition to 7 Grammy Awards, 11 Country Music Awards Music Figurines, 10 American Music Awards, 2 people’s Choice Awards, 7 Music City News Awards, 8 pigeon Awards from the Gospel Music Association among others. and made more than 40 appearances in feature films and TV shows.
Due to the unflinching support of his wife the many times Grammy Award winning singer continues to make extraordinary moves. In October 2016, he was one of the 3 inductees to the Country Music Hall of Fame, leading the revival of the new culture after his commercial breakthrough in the 1980’s, while performing, he did an unexpected thing and sang the verse of “Strange Grace”-though his voice has been silent following the almost fatal stroke.
Randy achieved his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and honors on the Music City Walk of Fame in Nashville, Tennessee. he has been an actor of Great Opry since 1986, he also received a wax figure at Madame Tussauds in Nashville.
Stroke could lead to aphasia; makes the brain’s ability to understand or express a language hindered.