There’s More ‘From The Vault’ Music on the Way From Randy Travi

“the chances are 100%” that fans will hear more music from Travis soon, by way of a forthcoming From the Vault album of songs that music fans have never before heard. 

Mary, his spouse, talked candidly about Randy's condition after a significant stroke in 2013. It was determined that he suffered from aphasia, a brain injury that impairs speech and comprehension. 

Travis, a singer well-known for his tremendous vocals, currently has speech difficulties. Mary remarked, "It means a lot to him" that so many prominent country musicians are together to celebrate his career. 

The knowledge that he created music and that it endures is enough, in my opinion. 

As Mary spoke, Randy grinned and nodded in accord."And then to have tributes to you when you are unable to sing the song; yet, some of the greatest musicians that do so, you know, who say, 'Hey, I want to be one of those that sings your music,'  

even if they have an entire discography of their own songs. However, she went on, "I just want to dedicate this time and this energy to singing your music because it changed my life." 

Creative Fabrica - Free Fonts & Graphics - Creative Fabrica - Official WebsiteTravis was taught to play the guitar by his father and started singing in churches at a young age. He was born in Marshville, North Carolina, in 1959.  

Travis relocated to Nashville, Tennessee, to pursue a career in music after receiving his high school diploma. 


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