The '80s were a transitional decade for country music: a time when artists could try out different styles and approaches -- and, by extension, adopt new traditions that would come to reverberate in the '90s and beyond.
Randy Travis' 56 years have brought a catalog of hits and life lessons. The singer had help pulling himself out of a trouble during his formative years in North Carolina, and again when it was time to begin recovery from a devastating stroke. His music brings peace, but his story brings guidanc…
For the first time since his 2013 stroke, Randy Travis is opening up about his life and his future. After appearing at the 2015 ACM Awards in Dallas on Sunday night (April 19), the legend told fans how much their kind words and letters have meant as to his recovery.
Randy Travis was among the guests at Joe Nichols’ concert at Billy Bob’s Texas in Fort Worth on Saturday (Nov. 22). The country legend visited with Nichols, and even treated the ‘Yeah’ singer’s family to a barbecue dinner.