After several medical scares that included hospitalization due to congestive heart failure and a stroke (which required emergency surgery and found him in critical condition), singer Randy Travis has been released from the hospital.
Ever since Randy Travis was admitted to the hospital, country music stars and fans have united to show an outpouring of support for the iconic singer. Now that the singer is in stable condition, his fiancee believes that the prayers from so many people helped heal his heart.
Randy Travis' heart troubles began with a viral infection, but at the root of his troubles is something more chronic. The singer has been hospitalized for eight days, much of which he's spent on life support.
Randy Travis' team of doctors say the singer is showing signs of improvement after being admitted to a Texas hospital with congestive heart failure and a presumed cardiomyopathy on Sunday (July 7). The singer has since been transferred to a different facility for specialized care.
The country music community has been grieving since George Jones died in April. To help soften the blow -- and perhaps to cope with his feelings -- Randy Travis dedicated a new song called 'Tonight I'm Playing Possum' to a man many call the greatest country singer of all time. Joe Nichols joins Travis on this powerful duet.
Aspiring country singer Micah Johnson was dealt a setback in his dreams of going pro on 'American Idol' Thursday night (Feb. 7). The 24-year-old performer washed out of Hollywood Week after singing the Randy Travis classic 'I Told You So.'
George Jones will cap his 58-year career as one of country music's most revered artists with a final performance on Nov. 22 at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. Randy Travis, Jamey Johnson, the Charlie Daniels Band and Lorrie Morgan will share the stage with living legend for what's sure to be a historic event.
After a series of embarrassing public incidents involving alcohol, country star Randy Travis has given up drinking. His lawyer, Larry Friedman, tells TMZ that the troubled singer has "eliminated alcohol from his daily life."
Despite his pending legal troubles, Randy Travis hopes to return the focus to his superstar music career with an appearance on an upcoming new episode of 'CMT Crossroads.' The 'I Told You So' will converge at the 'Crossroads' with the critically-acclaimed folk act the Avett Brothers for an installment of the popular CMT series, which is set to debut on the network next month.
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