“When I think of my musical heroes of yesteryear, or the younger stars of this year, I am reminded that it is true we learn from the ones ahead of us, and teach the ones that follow. They are the reason I chose to make this album,” Travis said.
Good news for Randy Travis fans. Yesterday, the country superstar was released from the hospital in Plano, Texas, where he’s been for the past few weeks after suffering heart problems and, later, a stroke. Travis’s public relations firm Webster & […]
He “responded well to the surgical procedure,” doctors said in a statement today. He is “awake and alert” and “interacting with his family and friends.”
Travis underwent surgery last night after suffering a stroke. He is still in critical condition.
In a statement today, two of Travis’s doctors detail his condition, which they say is showing “signs of improvement.”
UPDATE: After being hospitalized in Dallas Sunday (July 7), country singer Randy Travis remains in critical condition, according to a statement released to the press this afternoon (July 9). The statement also contradicts earlier, widely circulated reports that Travis had undergone heart surgery. […]
Randy Travis was hospitalized in Dallas yesterday (July 7), where he remains. A statement from his representatives reports that the 54-year-old country star is “suffering from complications of recently acquired viral cardiomyopathy” and listed in […]
Is Randy Travis back? Listen to “Tonight I’m Playing Possum,” a beautiful tribute to the country music legend, and decide for yourself.
According to his lawyer he’s “eliminated alcohol from his daily life.” And if his recent CMT Crossroads performance is any indication, he’s still in fine voice.
Country legend Travis gets back on solid ground, pairing with the acclaimed Avett Brothers for an episode of CMT Crossroads.