Randy Bruce Traywick (born May 4, 1959), known professionally as Randy Travis, is an American country music and gospel music singer, songwriter, guitarist, and actor.Active since 1978, he has recorded 20 studio albums and charted more than 50 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including sixteen that reached the No. 1 position. Considered a pivotal figure in the history of country music, Travis broke through in the mid-1980s with the release of his album Storms of Life, which sold more than four million copies. The album established him as a major force in the neotraditional country movement. Travis followed up his successful debut with a string of platinum and multi-platinum albums. He is known for his distinctive baritone vocals, delivered in a traditional style that has made him a country music star since the 1980s.
By the mid-1990s, Travis saw a decline in his chart success. In 1997, he left Warner Bros. Records for DreamWorks Records and then for Word Records, where he began recording more Christian material. Although the career shift produced only one more number-one country hit "Three Wooden Crosses", Travis went on to earn several Dove Awards, including Country Album of the Year five times. In addition to his singing career, he pursued an acting career, appearing in numerous films and television series, including The Rainmaker (1997) with Matt Damon, Black Dog (1998) with Patrick Swayze, Texas Rangers (2001) with James Van Der Beek, and seven episodes of the Touched by an Angel television series.
Travis has sold over 25 million records and has won seven Grammy Awards, six CMA Awards, eleven ACM Awards, 10 AMA Awards, eight Dove Awards, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2016, Travis was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Early life


Randy Bruce Traywick was born on May 4, 1959, in Marshville, North Carolina, USA as the second of six children of Bobbie (née Tucker) (May 16, 1937 – May 21, 1998), a textile factory worker, and Harold Traywick (March 31, 1933 – October 8, 2016), a horse breeder, turkey farmer, substitute school teacher, and construction business owner.Travis and his brother, Ricky, were encouraged to pursue their musical talents by their father, who was a fan of Hank Williams, George Jones, and Lefty Frizzell. In 1967, at the age of eight, Randy began playing guitar and sang in his Church of Christ choir. Two years later, he and his brother began performing at local clubs and talent contests, calling themselves the Traywick Brothers. Although his father encouraged Travis in his pursuit of music, the two often quarreled, which was a contributing factor in Travis dropping out of high school; he later became a juvenile delinquent and was arrested for various offenses, including auto theft and burglary. However, Travis has since voiced regret for his past misdeeds.In 1975, while his brother was serving time in jail for a high-speed car chase, Randy won a talent contest at a nightclub, Country City USA, in Charlotte, North Carolina. The club's owner, Elizabeth "Lib" Hatcher, took an interest in the young singer, hired him as a cook, and gave him regular singing jobs at the club. During the late 1970s, Randy worked and sang at Country City USA. Still in his late teens, Travis had one more encounter with the law. At his hearing, the judge told Travis that if he ever saw the singer back in his court, he should be prepared to go to jail for a long time. Travis was released into the guardianship of Hatcher, who also became his manager. The two began to focus on his career full-time.In 1978, he began recording for Paula Records. His first single with the label, "Dreamin'", was released in April 1978 and failed to chart. A second single, "She's My Woman", was released in September 1978 and spent four weeks on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, peaking at number 91. A full album on Paula Records was never released. Travis moved in with Hatcher, which put further strain on her already fragile marriage. She eventually left her husband and, in 1982, she and Travis moved to Nashville, Tennessee. During this time an unlikely romance began to form between the two. Travis would later comment, "I think we discovered how much we needed each other." He and Hatcher eventually came forward with their relationship and were married in a private ceremony in 1991.

Music career


During the early 1980s, Travis was rejected by every major record label in Nashville. His early demo tapes were criticized by record executives as being "too country." To support them, Hatcher took a job as manager of a nightclub, The Nashville Palace, and hired Travis as a cook and singer, where he performed under the name Randy Ray. In 1982, Travis recorded an independent album Live at the Nashville Palace, and Hatcher used the album to secure a deal with Warner Bros. Records' Nashville branch. As part of the contract, label executives insisted they keep their romance a secret, and changed his stage name again, to Randy Travis.In 1985, Warner Bros. Records released the single "On the Other Hand" which peaked at No. 67 on the country charts. His next single, "1982", became a Top 10 hit single. In 1986, Warner Bros. re-released "On the Other Hand", and the re-release became Travis's first No. 1 single on that chart. These songs were included on his major-label debut Storms of Life, which produced another number-one country single in "Diggin' Up Bones", plus "No Place Like Home", which held the No. 2 position on the Billboard country charts in early 1987. "On the Other Hand", "Diggin' Up Bones", and "No Place Like Home" were all co-written by Paul Overstreet. Storms of Life received its highest Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) sales certification in 1992, when it was certified triple-platinum for shipments of 3 million copies. The album's producer was Kyle Lehning, who would also serve in this capacity for nearly all of Travis's subsequent albums. In December 1986, Travis became a member of the Grand Ole Opry.Travis's second album for Warner Bros. was Always & Forever. Released in April 1987, it accounted for four singles, all of which made No. 1 at Billboard: "Forever and Ever, Amen" (also co-written by Overstreet), "I Won't Need You Anymore (Always and Forever)", "Too Gone Too Long", and "I Told You So", the last of which Travis wrote himself. Of these, "Forever and Ever, Amen" held the top position for three weeks. Always & Forever won Travis his first Grammy for Best Male Country Vocal Performance in 1987. Old 8×10, his third album, was issued in July 1988. Its first three singles, "Honky Tonk Moon", "Deeper Than the Holler", and "Is It Still Over?", all reached No. 1 as well, while "Promises" was less successful at No. 17. The album achieved its highest RIAA certification of double-platinum in 1996, and won Travis his second Grammy, for Best Country Vocal Performance, with Old 8x10 in 1988. This was followed by Travis's first Christmas album, An Old Time Christmas, late in 1989.In 1989, Travis recorded a cover of "It's Just a Matter of Time", which was originally recorded by Brook Benton 30 years prior. Travis cut the song for a multi-artist tribute album titled Rock, Rhythm & Blues which was also released by Warner Bros., and persuaded the label to include it on what would become his fourth Warner album, No Holdin' Back. Travis's version of the song, produced by Richard Perry (who also provided bass vocals on it), was the lead single to that album, and charted at No. 1 on Hot Country Songs in December 1989. It was the second time that a rendition of that song had topped the country charts, as Sonny James had previously sent his version to No. 1 in 1970. Two more singles were released from No Holdin' Back: "Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart", which became Travis's longest-lasting No. 1 single at four weeks in 1990, and "He Walked on Water", which peaked at No. 3. The album included one other cover song, "Singing the Blues", along with the track "Somewhere in My Broken Heart", co-written and later recorded by Billy Dean.

1990s


Travis's sixth studio album, Heroes & Friends, consisted almost entirely of duets. It produced two singles: "A Few Ole Country Boys" (featuring George Jones) and the title track, also the only solo cut on the album, both made top 10 on the country music charts in 1991. Other featured artists included B. B. King and Clint Eastwood. Another cut from the album was "We're Strangers Again", a duet with Tammy Wynette. Written by Merle Haggard and Leona Williams, this song originally appeared on their 1983 duets album Heart to Heart. The rendition by Travis and Wynette later appeared on the latter's Best Loved Hits compilation for Epic Records, who issued it as a single in August 1991.Also in 1991, Travis took part in "Voices That Care", a multi-artist project that featured other top names in music for a one-off single to raise money for the allied troops in the Gulf War. He also appeared on Sesame Street that same year. The project included fellow singers Garth Brooks, Kenny Rogers, and Kathy Mattea. In addition, Travis recorded the patriotic song "Point of Light" in response to the Thousand points of light program initiated by George H. W. Bush, then the President of the United States. This song was also the lead single to his seventh Warner album, High Lonesome. This album produced three more singles, all of which Travis co-wrote with fellow country singer Alan Jackson: "Forever Together", "Better Class of Losers", and "I'd Surrender All".Warner Bros. released two volumes of a Greatest Hits package in September 1992: Greatest Hits, Volume 1 and Greatest Hits, Volume 2. One single from each compilation made No. 1 that year: "If I Didn't Have You" from Volume 1, and "Look Heart, No Hands" from Volume 2. Also released from Volume 1 was "An Old Pair of Shoes", which charted at No. 21. Later in 1992, Travis cut the album Wind in the Wire, a disc of cowboy-inspired Western music intended to accompany a television movie of the same name in which Travis appeared. This disc was his first not to produce any Top 40 country singles. Due to Wind in the Wire and other TV movies in which he starred, Travis took a hiatus from recording and touring for most of 1993. He later told Billboard magazine that "There seems to be this perception that I've completely quit".Lehning remarked of Travis's ninth album, This Is Me, that the singer seemed "reinvigorated", while Travis himself said that the songs on it seemed more "rowdy" than those on previous albums. Four singles from this album made the charts: "Before You Kill Us All", "Whisper My Name" (which peaked at No. 1 in 1994), the title track, and "The Box". His last album for Warner was 1996's Full Circle, which featured the singles "Are We in Trouble Now" (written by Mark Knopfler), "Would I", and "Price to Pay", the last of which failed to reach the country top 40. Also in 1996, Travis covered Roger Miller's "King of the Road" for the soundtrack to Traveller. This rendition, issued by Asylum Records, spent 15 weeks on the country charts despite only peaking at No. 51.In 1998, Travis won his third Grammy for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals for Same Old Train. He then signed to DreamWorks Records later in 1998, where he issued You and You Alone. For this album, Travis co-produced with Byron Gallimore (best known for his work with Tim McGraw) and James Stroud. Featured artists on the disc included Vince Gill, Alison Krauss, and Melba Montgomery. Actor Patrick Swayze also contributed backing vocals on the track "I Did My Part". Its singles were "Out of My Bones", "The Hole", "Spirit of a Boy, Wisdom of a Man" (co-written by former Styx member Glen Burtnik), and "Stranger in My Mirror". His only other DreamWorks album, A Man Ain't Made of Stone, followed in 1999. Also co-produced by Stroud and Gallimore, it produced a Top 20 hit in its title track, but three other singles all failed to make top 40.

2000s


Travis's career from 2000 onward was dominated by Christian country music. His first full album in the genre, 2000's Inspirational Journey, was issued via Word Records. One cut from this album, "Baptism", was originally recorded by Kenny Chesney as a duet with Travis on Chesney's 1999 album Everywhere We Go. The version appearing on Inspirational Journey, a solo rendition by Travis, charted at No. 75 on the country charts in late 2000. Following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Travis recorded the patriotic song "America Will Always Stand", which charted via distribution from Relentless Records.Travis's most successful venture in Christian country music was "Three Wooden Crosses". Released in December 2002 as the lead single to his album Rise and Shine, that song became his sixteenth and final No. 1 single in early 2003. It was followed by Worship & Faith, consisting mostly of gospel standards, in 2003. This album earned an RIAA gold certification three years after its release. In addition, Rise and Shine and Worship & Faith earned Travis his fourth and fifth Grammys in 2003 and 2004, respectively, with Travis taking home the award for Best Southern, Country, or Bluegrass Gospel Album in both years. Next came Passing Through, which accounted for his last solo chart entries in "Four Walls" and "Angels". Glory Train: Songs of Faith, Worship, and Praise in 2005 also consisted largely of gospel covers, while his second Christmas album, Songs of the Season, followed in 2007. Travis won his sixth Grammy, for Glory Train, for Best Southern, Country, or Bluegrass Gospel Album of the year in 2006.
Around the Bend in 2008 returned Travis to a traditional country style, coinciding with a return to Warner Bros. Nashville. Stephen Thomas Erlewine noted of Travis's career in the preceding years that his turn to Christian music "was fruitful, producing a series of good, heartfelt records, yet they also had a nice side effect of putting commercialism way on the back burner, as the gospel albums were made without the charts in mind" while adding that Around the Bend "stands apart from trends, not defiantly but comfortably." In 2009, Carrie Underwood covered "I Told You So" with Travis on duet vocals, and this collaborative version charted at No. 2 on the country charts and won Travis his seventh Grammy for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals. Travis released two more covers albums in 2013 and 2014: Influence Vol. 1: The Man I Am, and Influence Vol. 2: The Man I Am.
In 2016, Travis was selected as one of 30 artists to appear in the music video for "Forever Country", a mash-up track of "Take Me Home, Country Roads", "On the Road Again", and "I Will Always Love You", which celebrates 50 years of the CMA Awards.Travis's autobiography, Forever and Ever Amen, co-written with the assistance of Ken Abraham, was released on May 14, 2019.On February 28, 2020; Randy Travis released a new Gospel Album called Precious Memories (Worship & Faith) through Bill Gaither's Music Label, which contained 12 songs that were recorded in 2003 at the Calvary Assembly Of God Church in Orlando, Florida. It was recorded before Randy's Stroke.

Personal life


Travis and Elizabeth Hatcher divorced on October 29, 2010, after a 19-year marriage, and their business relationship ended thereafter. He married Mary Travis on March 21, 2015.

Legal issues in 2012


Travis was arrested in February 2012, when he was found in a parked car outside of a church in Sanger, Texas, with an open bottle of wine and smelling of alcohol. Travis's Chrysalis Ranch is outside Tioga, Texas, about 20 miles from Sanger.On August 7, 2012, state troopers in Grayson County, Texas, responded to a call that an unclothed man was lying in the road. Troopers reported that they arrived to find Travis unclothed and smelling of alcohol. The Texas Highway Patrol said that Travis crashed his car in a construction zone, and that when they attempted to apprehend him, Travis threatened the lives of the troopers. Travis was subsequently arrested for driving while intoxicated and terroristic threat against a public servant. He posted bail in the amount of $21,500. Earlier in the same evening, just prior to the DUI arrest, Travis allegedly walked into a Tiger Mart convenience store naked, demanding cigarettes from the cashier, who in turn called the authorities. According to the store clerk, Travis left the store upon realizing he did not have any money to pay for the cigarettes.Travis filed a lawsuit to block police dash cam video of the incident from being released. After a 5-year legal battle, a judge ruled that the video did not violate his right to privacy, and the video was released to the public in December 2017.On January 31, 2013, Travis pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated in his August 7 incident and received two years' probation, a $2,000 fine and a 180-day suspended jail sentence.

Illness in 2013


On July 7, 2013, Travis was admitted to a Dallas-area hospital for viral cardiomyopathy after a viral upper respiratory infection. His condition was classified as critical. Three days later, Travis suffered a massive stroke and had surgery to relieve pressure on his brain. On July 15, 2013, it was reported that Travis was awake and alert after undergoing brain surgery, that his heart was pumping without the assistance of machines, and that he was on the road to recovery. He was released from Baylor Heart Hospital in Plano, Texas, on July 31, 2013, and entered a physical therapy facility. Following his stroke, and despite therapy, Travis was unable to sing or speak and had to rely on a cane to walk for more than a year. By November 2014, he was slowly recovering, could walk short distances without assistance and was relearning how to write and play the guitar, according to his then-fiancée Mary Travis.In 2016, it was reported he had recovered his voice after about three years of rehabilitation and therapy and could perform again. He attended his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame on October 16, 2016, where he performed a rendition of "Amazing Grace." In 2017, it was noted that Travis had suffered permanent damage, which disabled his right hand and has limited much of his speech and singing ability; he continues to make public appearances but no longer sings, mainly because of apprehension about his ability to do so as well as before. He appeared on-stage with Michael Ray during a cover performance of "Forever and Ever Amen" in June 2017, to which Travis contributed the final "Amen." He did the same during his 60th birthday party, thrown by the Grand Ole Opry on May 4, 2019.In September 2019, Travis announced he would return to touring. The tour will feature James Dupré as lead vocalist singing the repertoire with Travis's backing band, with Travis having a limited presence similar to his one-off appearances since 2017. Initially announced as a 12-city tour, it was cut back to three concerts shortly before the tour began in October "due to unexpected production and technical issues related to the elaborate content of the show," with the intent to reschedule the canceled shows in the near future once the technical problems are resolved.

Raise Him Up Raise Him Up - Randy Travis

Are You Washed in the Blood Are You Washed in the Blood - Randy Travis

The Storms Of Life The Storms Of Life - Randy Travis

If You Only Knew If You Only Knew - Randy Travis

Heart of Hearts Heart of Hearts - Randy Travis

Jingle Bell Rock Jingle Bell Rock - Randy Travis

The Christmas Song The Christmas Song - Randy Travis

Where Can I Surrender Where Can I Surrender - Randy Travis

Above All Above All - Randy Travis

Pick Up the Oars and Row Pick Up the Oars and Row - Randy Travis

Blessed Assurance Blessed Assurance - Randy Travis

Jesus On The Mainline Jesus On The Mainline - Randy Travis

If I Didn't Have You If I Didn't Have You - Randy Travis

White Christmas Makes Me Blue White Christmas Makes Me Blue - Randy Travis

Pray for the Fish Pray for the Fish - Randy Travis

'Til I'm Dead And Gone 'Til I'm Dead And Gone - Randy Travis

Jerusalem's Cry Jerusalem's Cry - Randy Travis

Right On Time Right On Time - Randy Travis

Open The Eyes Of My Heart Open The Eyes Of My Heart - Randy Travis

The Heart Of Worship The Heart Of Worship - Randy Travis

Walk With Me Walk With Me - Randy Travis

Don't Think Twice, It's All Right Don't Think Twice, It's All Right - Randy Travis

How Great Thou Art How Great Thou Art - Randy Travis

You Are Worthy of My Praise You Are Worthy of My Praise - Randy Travis

Allergic to the Blues Allergic to the Blues - Randy Travis

I'm Your Man I'm Your Man - Randy Travis

Through The Fire Through The Fire - Randy Travis

I'm Gonna Have a Little Talk I'm Gonna Have a Little Talk - Randy Travis

I'd Surrender All I'd Surrender All - Randy Travis

Too Gone Too Long Too Gone Too Long - Randy Travis

Love Is A Gamble Love Is A Gamble - Randy Travis

Four Walls Four Walls - Randy Travis

Shallow Water Shallow Water - Randy Travis

Three Wooden Crosses Three Wooden Crosses - Randy Travis - Josh Turner

The First Noel The First Noel - Randy Travis

Turn Your Radio On Turn Your Radio On - Randy Travis

Peace In The Valley Peace In The Valley - Randy Travis

Forever and Ever Amen Forever and Ever Amen - Randy Travis

He's My Rock, He's My Sword, He's My Shield He's My Rock, He's My Sword, He's My Shield - Randy Travis

I'll Fly Away I'll Fly Away - Randy Travis

I'm Still Here, You're Still Gone I'm Still Here, You're Still Gone - Randy Travis

Nobody Knows, Nobody Cares Nobody Knows, Nobody Cares - Randy Travis

Everywhere We Go Everywhere We Go - Randy Travis

Don't Ever Sell Your Saddle Don't Ever Sell Your Saddle - Randy Travis

Sweet By and By Sweet By and By - Randy Travis

Down By The Riverside Down By The Riverside - Randy Travis

Our King Our King - Randy Travis

Diggin' Up Bones Diggin' Up Bones - Randy Travis

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen - Randy Travis

Pretty Paper Pretty Paper - Randy Travis

This Train This Train - Randy Travis

Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow - Randy Travis

The Gift The Gift - Randy Travis

Just a Closer Walk With Thee Just a Closer Walk With Thee - Randy Travis

Away In a Manger Away In a Manger - Randy Travis

When Mama Prayed When Mama Prayed - Randy Travis

O How I Love Jesus O How I Love Jesus - Randy Travis

Up Above My Head (I Hear Music In The Air) Up Above My Head (I Hear Music In The Air) - Randy Travis

Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart - Randy Travis

That's Jesus That's Jesus - Randy Travis

Promises Promises - Randy Travis

I'm Ready I'm Ready - Randy Travis

A Heartache In the Works A Heartache In the Works - Randy Travis

We Fall Down We Fall Down - Randy Travis

Running Blind Running Blind - Randy Travis

Which Way Will You Choose Which Way Will You Choose - Randy Travis

No Reason to Change No Reason to Change - Randy Travis

We Fall Down We Fall Down - Randy Travis

O Little Town of Bethlehem O Little Town of Bethlehem - Randy Travis

Love Lifted Me Love Lifted Me - Randy Travis

My Daddy Never Was My Daddy Never Was - Randy Travis

Meet Me Under the Mistletoe Meet Me Under the Mistletoe - Randy Travis

Shout To The Lord Shout To The Lord - Randy Travis

Train Long Gone Train Long Gone - Randy Travis

The Family Bible and the Farmer's Almanac The Family Bible and the Farmer's Almanac - Randy Travis

Shall We Gather at the River? Shall We Gather at the River? - Randy Travis

Angels Angels - Randy Travis

He's My Rock, My Sword, My Shield He's My Rock, My Sword, My Shield - Randy Travis

Winter Wonderland Winter Wonderland - Randy Travis

The Hole The Hole - Randy Travis

The Carpenter The Carpenter - Randy Travis

I Can See It In Your Eyes I Can See It In Your Eyes - Randy Travis

Honky Tonk Moon Honky Tonk Moon - Randy Travis

Room At the Cross for You Room At the Cross for You - Randy Travis

Day One Day One - Randy Travis

He's Got The Whole World In His Hands He's Got The Whole World In His Hands - Randy Travis

Here I Am to Worship Here I Am to Worship - Randy Travis

Nothin's Gonna Bring Me Down (At Christmas Time) Nothin's Gonna Bring Me Down (At Christmas Time) - Randy Travis

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Randy Travis

Point of Light Point of Light - Randy Travis

Faith In You Faith In You - Randy Travis

Turn It Around Turn It Around - Randy Travis

Joy to the World Joy to the World - Randy Travis

Love's Alive and Well Love's Alive and Well - Randy Travis

That Was Us That Was Us - Randy Travis

Valley Of Pain Valley Of Pain - Randy Travis

Drive Another Nail Drive Another Nail - Randy Travis

Since Jesus Came Into My Heart Since Jesus Came Into My Heart - Randy Travis

Amazing Grace Amazing Grace - Randy Travis

A Man Ain't Made Of Stone A Man Ain't Made Of Stone - Randy Travis

Keep Your Lure In The Water Keep Your Lure In The Water - Randy Travis

Go Tell It On the Mountain Go Tell It On the Mountain - Randy Travis

Whisper My Name Whisper My Name - Randy Travis

Oh Death Oh Death - Randy Travis

Everything That I Own Everything That I Own - Randy Travis

A Place to Hang My Hat A Place to Hang My Hat - Randy Travis

See Myself In You See Myself In You - Randy Travis

Nothing But The Blood Nothing But The Blood - Randy Travis

High Lonesome High Lonesome - Randy Travis

He Walked On Water He Walked On Water - Randy Travis

You Didn't Have A Good Time You Didn't Have A Good Time - Randy Travis

Feet On the Rock Feet On the Rock - Randy Travis

Precious Memories Precious Memories - Randy Travis

Doctor Jesus Doctor Jesus - Randy Travis

A Long Road Home A Long Road Home - Randy Travis

Let Me Try Let Me Try - Randy Travis

King of the Road King of the Road - Randy Travis

Price To Pay Price To Pay - Randy Travis

I Am Going I Am Going - Randy Travis

A Little Left of Center A Little Left of Center - Randy Travis

Precious Lord, Take My Hand Precious Lord, Take My Hand - Randy Travis

Heroes And Friends Heroes And Friends - Randy Travis

Pennies From Heaven Pennies From Heaven - Randy Travis

A Little Bitty Crack in Her Heart A Little Bitty Crack in Her Heart - Randy Travis

From Your Knees From Your Knees - Randy Travis

Around The Bend Around The Bend - Randy Travis

Softly and Tenderly Softly and Tenderly - Randy Travis

 In the Garden In the Garden - Randy Travis

How Do I Wrap My Heart Up for Christmas How Do I Wrap My Heart Up for Christmas - Randy Travis

Were You There? Were You There? - Randy Travis

Once You've Heard the Truth Once You've Heard the Truth - Randy Travis

Santa Claus Is Coming to Town Santa Claus Is Coming to Town - Randy Travis

Dig Two Graves Dig Two Graves - Randy Travis

Oh, What a Silent Night Oh, What a Silent Night - Randy Travis

Forever Together Forever Together - Randy Travis

O Holy Night O Holy Night - Randy Travis

My Poor Old Heart My Poor Old Heart - Randy Travis

Oh, What a Time to Be Me Oh, What a Time to Be Me - Randy Travis

America Will Always Stand America Will Always Stand - Randy Travis

Angels We Have Heard On High Angels We Have Heard On High - Randy Travis

Farther Along Farther Along - Randy Travis

The Unclouded Day The Unclouded Day - Randy Travis

Better Class of Losers Better Class of Losers - Randy Travis

Baptism Baptism - Randy Travis

Swing Down Chariot Swing Down Chariot - Randy Travis

Old Time Christmas Old Time Christmas - Randy Travis

Jesus On The Main Line Jesus On The Main Line - Randy Travis

On The Other Hand On The Other Hand - Randy Travis

Labor of Love Labor of Love - Randy Travis

Rise And Shine Rise And Shine - Randy Travis

Every Head Bowed Every Head Bowed - Randy Travis

Satisfied Mind Satisfied Mind - Randy Travis

Will the Circle Be Unbroken Will the Circle Be Unbroken - Randy Travis

I Told You So I Told You So - Randy Travis

We Ain't Out Of Love Yet We Ain't Out Of Love Yet - Randy Travis

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Albums & Songs

  • On the Other Hand
  • The Storms of Life
  • My Heart Cracked (But It Did Not Break)
  • Diggin' up Bones
  • No Place Like Home
  • 1982
  • Send My Body
  • Messin' with My Mind
  • Reasons I Cheat
  • There'll Always Be a Honky Tonk Somewhere
  • Too Gone, Too Long
  • My House
  • Good Intentions
  • What'll You Do About Me
  • I Won't Need You Anymore
  • Forever and Ever, Amen
  • I Told You So
  • Anything
  • The Truth Is Lyin' Next to You
  • Tonight We're Gonna Tear Down the Walls
  • Honky Tonk Moon
  • Deeper Than the Holler
  • It's Out of My Hands
  • Is It Still Over?
  • Old 8X10
  • Written In Stone
  • The Blues In Black and White
  • Here In My Heart
  • We Ain't Out of Love Yet
  • Promises
  • Mining for Coal
  • Singing the Blues
  • When Your World Was Turning for Me
  • He Walked On Water
  • No Stoppin' Us Now
  • It's Just a Matter of Time
  • Card Carryin' Fool
  • Somewhere In My Broken Heart
  • Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart
  • Have a Nice Rest of Your Life
  • Old Time Christmas
  • Winter Wonderland
  • Meet Me Under the Mistletoe
  • White Christmas Makes Me Blue
  • Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
  • God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
  • Pretty Paper
  • Oh, What a Silent Night
  • How Do I Wrap My Heart up for Christmas
  • The Christmas Song
  • Blessed Assurance
  • How Great Thou Art
  • In the Garden
  • Softly and Tenderly
  • I'll Fly Away
  • Peace in the Valley
  • Precious Memories
  • Just a Closer Walk with Thee
  • The Unclouded Day
  • Sweet By and By
  • Are You Washed in the Blood?
  • Three Wooden Crosses
  • On the Other Hand
  • Diggin' Up Bones
  • Forever and Ever, Amen
  • I Won't Need You Anymore
  • Too Gone, Too Long
  • I Told You So
  • Honky Tonk Moon
  • Deeper Than the Holler
  • Is It Still Over?
  • It's Just a Matter of Time
  • Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart
  • If I Didn't Have You
  • Look Heart, No Hands
  • Whisper My Name
  • Three Wooden Crosses
  • I'm Movin' On
  • Set 'Em Up Joe
  • Are the Good Times Really Over
  • You Nearly Lose Your Mind
  • There I've Said It Again
  • That's the Way Love Goes
  • Sunday Morning Coming Down
  • Don't Worry 'Bout Me
  • Mind Your Own Business
  • Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line
  • For the Good Times
  • California Blues
  • Tonight I'm Playin' Possum
  • Blessed Assurance
  • How Great Thou Art
  • In the Garden
  • Softly and Tenderly
  • Nothing but the Blood
  • Shall We Gather At the River?
  • O, How I Love Jesus
  • I'll Fly Away
  • Peace In the Valley
  • The Unclouded Day
  • Room At the Cross for You
  • Precious Memories
  • He's Got the Whole World In His Hands
  • Since Jesus Came Into My Heart
  • Are You Washed In the Blood?
  • Precious Lord, Take My Hand
  • Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  • Someday We'll Look Back
  • Big Butter and Egg Man
  • What Have You Got Planned Tonight Diana
  • Ever-Changing Woman
  • Pennies From Heaven
  • Thanks a Lot
  • Trouble In Mind
  • My Mary
  • Saginaw, Michigan
  • I'm Always On a Mountain When I Fall
  • You Asked Me To
  • Why Baby Why
  • Tonight I'm Playin' Possum (with Joe Nichols)
  • Everything and All (feat. Brad Paisley)
  • A Few Ole Country Boys (feat. Jamey Johnson)
  • Forever and Ever, Amen (feat. Zac Brown Band)
  • He Walked On Water (feat. Kenny Chesney)
  • T.I.M.E. (feat. Josh Turner)
  • Love Looks Good On You (feat. Kristin Chenoweth)
  • Better Class of Losers / She's Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues) [Medley feat. Alan Jackson]
  • More Life (feat. Don Henley)
  • Can't Hurt a Man (feat. Tim Mcgraw)
  • Promises (feat. Shelby Lynne)
  • Is It Still Over? (feat. Carrie Underwood)
  • Road to Surrender (feat. Kris Kristofferson & Willie Nelson)
  • Diggin' Up Bones (feat. John Anderson)
  • Someone You Never Knew (feat. Eamonn Mccrystal)
  • Too Much (feat. James Otto)
  • Didn't We Shine (feat. George Jones, Lorrie Morgan, Ray Price, Connie Smith, Joe Stampley & Gene Watson)
  • Everything and All
  • Diggin' Up Bones
  • Forever and Ever, Amen
  • Forever Together
  • Promises
  • Too Gone Too Long
  • Honky Tonk Moon
  • King of the Road
  • On the Other Hand
  • He Walked On Water
  • I Told You So
  • Three Wooden Crosses
  • Four Walls
  • Angels
  • Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  • In the Garden
  • The Unclouded Day
  • Love Lifted Me
  • Blessed Assurance
  • Softly and Tenderly
  • Raise Him Up
  • He's My Rock, My Sword, My Shield
  • Sweet By and By
  • Everywhere We Go
  • Rise and Shine
  • Were You There?
  • He's Got the Whole World In His Hands
  • Shall We Gather At the River?
  • Pray for the Fish
  • Swing Down Chariot
  • Will the Circle Be Unbroken?
  • Diggin' Up Bones
  • Forever and Ever, Amen
  • I Told You So
  • He Walked On Water
  • Promises
  • Three Wooden Crosses
  • Deeper Than the Holler
  • On the Other Hand
  • Too Gone, Too Long
  • We're Strangers Again (with Tammy Wynette)
  • Look Heart, No Hands
  • 1982
  • Better Class of Losers
  • I Won't Need You Anymore
  • Faith In You
  • Love's Alive and Well
  • Honky Tonk Moon
  • Would I
  • It's Just a Matter of Time
  • Forever Together
  • No Place Like Home
  • A Few Ole Country Boys (with George Jones)
  • Is It Still Over?
  • Whisper My Name
  • Before You Kill Us All
  • Heroes and Friends (Remix)
  • This Is Me
  • King of the Road
  • The Box
  • Are We In Trouble Now
  • Turn It Around
  • You Ain't Right
  • Around the Bend
  • You Didn't Have a Good Time
  • Every Head Bowed
  • Love Is a Gamble
  • Faith In You
  • Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
  • Dig Two Graves
  • Turn It Around
  • From Your Knees
  • Everything That I Own (Has Got a Dent)
  • 'Til I'm Dead and Gone
  • Faith In You (Theater Performance)
  • Old Time Christmas
  • Winter Wonderland
  • Meet Me Under the Mistletoe
  • White Christmas Makes Me Blue
  • Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
  • God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
  • Pretty Paper
  • Oh, What a Silent Night
  • How Do I Wrap My Heart Up For Christmas
  • The Christmas Song
  • (There's No Place Like) Home for the Holidays
  • Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
  • O Holy Night
  • Go Tell It On the Mountain
  • Labor of Love
  • Angels We Have Heard On High
  • Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
  • Away In a Manger
  • O Little Town of Bethlehem
  • Nothin's Gonna Bring Me Down (At Christmas Time)
  • The First Noel
  • Joy to the World
  • Our King
  • Labor of Love
  • Labor of Love
  • Labor of Love
  • Labor of Love
  • Labor of Love
  • The Gift (Medium Key Performance Track With Background Vocals) [Original Key]
  • The Gift
  • The Gift (Medium Key Performance Track Without Background Vocals) [Original Key]
  • The Gift
  • Three Wooden Crosses
  • Three Wooden Crosses
  • Three Wooden Crosses
  • Three Wooden Crosses
  • Three Wooden Crosses
  • When Mama Prayed
  • When Mama Prayed
  • When Mama Prayed
  • When Mama Prayed
  • When Mama Prayed
  • This Train
  • Swing Down Chariot
  • Precious Memories
  • Shout To the Lord
  • Down By the Riverside
  • Nothing but the Blood
  • Were You There?
  • Up Above My Head (I Hear Music In the Air)
  • He's Got the Whole World In His Hands
  • The Heart of Worship
  • Jesus On the Mainline
  • Through the Fire
  • Here I Am To Worship
  • Oh Death
  • Nobody Knows (Nobody Cares)
  • Since Jesus Came Into My Heart
  • O, How I Love Jesus
  • Are You Washed In the Blood?
  • Precious Lord, Take My Hand
  • Blessed Assurance
  • Blessed Assurance
  • Blessed Assurance
  • Blessed Assurance (Medium Key Performance W/O Background Vocals) [Original Key]
  • Blessed Assurance
  • Through the Fire
  • Through the Fire
  • Through the Fire
  • Through the Fire
  • Through the Fire
  • Above All
  • Above All
  • Above All (Low Key Performance Track W/O Background Vocals) [Original Key]
  • Above All
  • Above All
  • How Great Thou Art
  • How Great Thou Art
  • How Great Thou Art
  • How Great Thou Art
  • How Great Thou Art
  • Here I Am To Worship
  • Here I Am To Worship
  • Here I Am To Worship
  • Here I Am To Worship
  • Here I Am To Worship
  • The Heart of Worship
  • The Heart of Worship
  • The Heart of Worship
  • The Heart of Worship
  • The Heart of Worship
  • Sweet By and By
  • Sweet By and By
  • Sweet By and By (Low Key Performance Track W/O Background Vocals) [Original Key]
  • Sweet By and By
  • Sweet By and By
  • Love Lifted Me
  • Love Lifted Me
  • Love Lifted Me (Low Key Performance Track W/O Background Vocals) [Original Key]
  • Love Lifted Me
  • Love Lifted Me
  • Pick Up the Oars and Row
  • Four Walls
  • That Was Us
  • Angels
  • Running Blind
  • My Daddy Never Was
  • A Place To Hang My Hat
  • Right On Time
  • My Poor Old Heart
  • I'm Your Man
  • Train Long Gone
  • I Can See It In Your Eyes
  • He's My Rock, My Sword, My Shield
  • Farther Along
  • How Great Thou Art
  • Just a Closer Walk with Thee
  • Shall We Gather at the River?
  • You Are Worthy of My Praise
  • Love Lifted Me
  • Softly and Tenderly
  • Sweet By and By
  • Blessed Assurance
  • I'll Fly Away
  • Turn Your Radio On
  • Open the Eyes of My Heart
  • In the Garden
  • Above All
  • Will the Circle Be Unbroken?
  • We Fall Down
  • Peace in the Valley
  • The Unclouded Day
  • Room at the Cross for You
  • Raise Him Up
  • Rise and Shine
  • When Mama Prayed
  • I'm Ready
  • Three Wooden Crosses
  • That's Jesus
  • Pray for the Fish
  • Jerusalem's Cry
  • Keep Your Lure in the Water
  • If You Only Knew
  • Everywhere We Go
  • The Gift
  • Valley of Pain
  • Shallow Water
  • Baptism
  • Which Way Will You Choose
  • Doctor Jesus
  • Drive Another Nail
  • See Myself In You
  • Feet On the Rock
  • Don't Ever Sell Your Saddle
  • The Carpenter
  • Walk With Me
  • I Am Going
  • Amazing Grace
  • A Little Bitty Crack in Her Heart
  • A Little Left of Center
  • A Man Ain't Made of Stone
  • The Family Bible and the Farmer's Almanac
  • A Heartache In the Works
  • No Reason to Change
  • Where Can I Surrender
  • I'll Be Right Here Lovin' You
  • Once You've Heard the Truth
  • Once In a Heart Like Mine
  • Day One
  • 13 Mile Goodbye
  • The Hole
  • Out of My Bones
  • Spirit of a Boy, Wisdom of a Man
  • Only Worse
  • One Word Song
  • I Did My Part
  • Horse Called Music
  • I'm Still Here, You're Still Gone
  • Easy to Love You
  • Stranger In My Mirror
  • You and You Alone
  • Satisfied Mind
  • Highway Junkie
  • Price to Pay
  • Long On Lonely (Short On Pride)
  • Would I
  • Future Mister Me
  • Don't Take Your Love Away from Me
  • Are We In Trouble Now
  • If It Ain't One Thing It's Another
  • I Wish It Would Rain
  • King of the Road
  • I Can Almost Hear Her Wings
  • Ants On a Log
  • Honky Tonk Side of Town
  • Before You Kill Us All
  • That's Where I Draw the Line
  • Whisper My Name
  • Small Y'all
  • Runaway Train
  • This Is Me
  • The Box
  • Gonna Walk That Line
  • Oscar the Angel
  • Down At the Old Corral
  • Cowboy Boogie
  • Blue Mesa
  • Memories of Old Santa Fe
  • Roamin' Wyomin'
  • Wind In the Wire
  • The Old Chisolm Trail
  • Paniolo Country
  • Hula Hands
  • Beyond the Reef
  • If I Didn't Have You
  • 1982
  • Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart (Remix)
  • On the Other Hand
  • Honky Tonk Moon
  • An Old Pair of Shoes
  • I Told You So
  • Too Gone, Too Long
  • Heroes and Friends (Remix)
  • Deeper Than the Holler
  • Reasons I Cheat
  • Let Me Try
  • Oh, What a Time to Be Me
  • Heart of Hearts
  • Point of Light
  • Forever Together
  • Better Class of Losers
  • I'd Surrender All
  • High Lonesome
  • Allergic to the Blues
  • I'm Gonna Have a Little Talk
  • Heroes and Friends
  • Do I Ever Cross Your Mind
  • Birth of the Blues
  • All Night Long (With Merle Haggard)
  • The Human Race
  • Shopping for Dresses
  • Waiting On the Light to Change (With B.B. King)
  • A Few Ole Country Boys (With George Jones)
  • Walk Our Own Road
  • We're Strangers Again (With Tammy Wynette)
  • Smokin' the Hive
  • Come See About Me
  • Happy Trails
  • Heroes and Friends (Reprise)
  • Mining for Coal
  • Singing the Blues
  • When Your World Was Turning for Me
  • He Walked On Water
  • No Stoppin' Us Now
  • It's Just a Matter of Time
  • Card Carryin' Fool
  • Somewhere In My Broken Heart
  • Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart
  • Have a Nice Rest of Your Life
  • Old Time Christmas (2021 Remaster)
  • Winter Wonderland (2021 Remaster)
  • Meet Me Under the Mistletoe (2021 Remaster)
  • White Christmas Makes Me Blue (2021 Remaster)
  • Santa Claus Is Coming to Town (2021 Remaster)
  • God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (2021 Remaster)
  • Pretty Paper (2021 Remaster)
  • Oh, What a Silent Night (2021 Remaster)
  • How Do I Wrap My Heart Up for Christmas (2021 Remaster)
  • The Christmas Song (2021 Remaster)
  • Little Toy Trains (From The Vault)
  • There's A New Kid In Town (From The Vault)
  • White Christmas (From The Vault)
  • Honky Tonk Moon
  • Deeper Than the Holler
  • It's Out of My Hands
  • Is It Still Over?
  • Old 8X10
  • Written In Stone
  • The Blues In Black and White
  • Here In My Heart
  • We Ain't Out of Love Yet
  • Promises
  • Too Gone Too Long
  • My House
  • Good Intentions
  • What'll You Do About Me
  • I Won't Need You Anymore
  • Forever and Ever, Amen
  • I Told You So
  • Anything
  • The Truth Is Lyin' Next to You
  • Tonight We're Gonna Tear Down the Walls
  • On the Other Hand
  • The Storms of Life
  • My Heart Cracked (But It Did Not Break)
  • Diggin' Up Bones
  • No Place Like Home
  • 1982
  • Send My Body
  • Messin' With My Mind
  • Reasons I Cheat
  • There'll Always Be a Honky Tonk Somewhere
  • On the Other Hand (2021 Remaster)
  • The Storms of Life (2021 Remaster)
  • My Heart Cracked (But It Did Not Break) [2021 Remaster]
  • Diggin' Up Bones (2021 Remaster)
  • No Place Like Home (2021 Remaster)
  • 1982 (2021 Remaster)
  • Send My Body (2021 Remaster)
  • Messin' with My Mind (2021 Remaster)
  • Reasons I Cheat (2021 Remaster)
  • There'll Always Be a Honky Tonk Somewhere (2021 Remaster)
  • Carryin' Fire (From The Vault)
  • Ain't No Use (From The Vault)
  • The Wall (From The Vault)