Randy Travis Bio, Age, Wife, Children, Songs, Movies, Stroke, Net Worth

Randy Travis
Randy Travis

Randy Travis Biography

Randy Travis is an American singer for country and gospel music. He is also a songwriter, guitarist, and actor. Moreover, he has acted in several movies like Texas Rangers, Fire Down Below, and The Million Dollar Kid.

Travis grew up on a rural farm and began singing as a kid with his brother Ricky as The Traywick Brothers. Additionally, he later won a Country Music singing contest at a club in Charlotte. 

Moreover, he moved to Nashville to pursue a recording deal in 1982. He got hired at The Nashville Palace to sing and cook. Later, he recorded ‘Live at The Nashville Palace’ and he got a deal with Warner Bros. Records where he was championed and signed by Martha Sharp.

His first single “Forever and Ever, Amen,” from 1987 was very popular and helped Travis receive the first of seven career Grammy Awards. Additionally, his album ‘Always & Forever’ took Album of the Year at the 1987 CMA Awards. In addition, he scored the Male Vocalist of the Year and Single of the Year.

Afterward, he turned to gospel music and released his single ‘Three Wooden Crosses’ in 2002. Moreover, the song went to number one on the Country and Christian charts. In 2003, it was the CMA Awards Song of the Year.

Moreover, he has scored eight Platinum certifications and four Gold records in his career and is one of the Country’s top-selling artists. Currently, Travis makes public performances since his career was in 2013 when he suffered a stroke.

Randy Travis Age

How old is Randy Travis? Randy is 62 years old as of 2021. He was born Randy Bruce Traywick on May 4, 1959, in Marshville, North Carolina, the United States. In addition, Travis celebrates his birthday on May 4th every year.

Randy Travis Height

 Travis stands at a height of 5’9″ (175 cm) and his weight is 75 kg.

Randy Travis Family

Travis is the second-born child out of his six siblings. His parents are Bobbie, a textile factory worker, and Harold Traywick, a turkey farmer. Moreover, Harold is also a horse breeder, substitute school teacher, and construction business owner.

In addition, Travis together with his brother Ricky were advised to pursue their musical talents by their father. Moreover, their father was a big fan of Hank Williams, George Jones, and Lefty Frizzell. Travis started playing guitar at the age of eight and would sing in the Church of Christ Choir.

In 1979, Travis together with his brother started performing at local clubs and talent contests. The two brothers were known as the Traywick Brothers. However, Travis often argued with his father and shortly dropped out of high school. He became a juvenile felon and was arrested for numerous offenses like theft and burglary.

Randy Travis Wife | Children

Travis got married to his first wife Elizabeth Hatcher in 1991. However, he later divorced Elizabeth Hatcher on October 29, 2010. They had been married for 19 years before the divorce. Later, Travis got married to his second wife Mary Davis Travis on March 21, 2015.

Randy Travis Stroke | Illness

on July 7, 2013, Travis was admitted to a Dallas area hospital for viral cardiomyopathy after a viral upper respiratory infection. He was in a severe state at that time.

On 10th July, Travis suffered a massive stroke and had surgery to relieve pressure on his brain. 5 days later, it was announced that he was awake and alert after undergoing brain surgery. Moreover, his heart was also pumping without the assistance of life support machines and he was in the process of recovery.

On July 31, 2013, Travis was released from Baylor Heart Hospital in Plano, Texas, and entered a physical therapy facility. Unfortunately, he was unable to sing or speak for more than one year. Additionally, Travis had to rely on a cane to walk following his stroke.

Travis recovered his voice after close to three years of rehabilitation and therapy and could sing again in 2016. Unfortunately, Travis suffered permanent damage in 2017. This disabled his right hand and also limited his speech and ability to sing. However, Travis continues to make public appearances but no longer sings.

Randy Travis Death

Travis suffered a stroke but he is still alive and doing well.

Randy Travis Arrested

in 2012, Travis was arrested for crashing his car in a construction zone and was found naked in the road. Before his arrest, Travis had walked into a convenience store earlier that night, naked and asking for cigarettes.

Travis was charged with driving under the influence, threatening police officers, and retaliating against a police officer. However, Travis was later released after paying his bail. Moreover, Travis took responsibility for his actions and apologized for his statements.

Randy Travis Net Worth

Travis has an estimated net worth of $9 million. Additionally, his income is mainly attributed to his career as a country music singer and gospel singer.

Randy Travis Songs

  • A Gift Of Love
  • A Man Ain’t Made Of Stone
  • An Old Pair Of Shoes
  • Ants On A Log
  • Anything
  • Day One
  • Future Mister Me
  • Don’t Take Your Love Away From Me
  • Feet On The Rock
  • Forever And Ever Amen
  • I Can Almost Hear Her Wings
  • I Won’t Need You Anymore
  • I’d Surrender All
  • If I Didn’t Have You
  • If It Ain’t One Thing It’s Another
  • Long On Lonely (short On Pride)
  • Send My Body Home On A Freight Train
  • Smoking The Hive

Randy Travis Movies

  • Texas Rangers
  • White River
  • John John In The Sky
  • Fire Down Below
  • John Grisham’s The Rainmaker
  • Annabelle’s Wish
  • Edie & Pen
  • Frank And Jesse
  • The Trial Of Old Drum
  • Baby Geniuses
  • The Million Dollar Kid
  • Shooter
  • Black Dog
  • Boys Will Be Boys
  • Dead Man’s Revenge
  • Young Guns

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