Country music artist Randy Travis talks about how his diagnosis has altered his life.

– Randy Travis' Achievements: With 25 million records sold, Travis is a country legend, winning 7 Grammys, 11 CMAs, and 10 ACM Awards. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2016.

– Health Struggles: In 2013, Travis suffered a stroke, leading to aphasia, limiting his speech. His wife, Mary, shared the challenges and the impact on his ability to sing.

– Tributes to Travis: Many country stars pay tribute to Randy, honouring his timeless music. Mary appreciates the support and the recognition of his enduring legacy.

– Early Life and Career: Born in 1959, Travis started singing in church, learning guitar from his father. He moved to Nashville in 1985, signing with Warner Bros. Records.

– Debut Album Success: Travis' 1986 debut album, "Storms of Life," was a commercial hit, featuring singles like "1982," "On the Other Hand," and "Diggin’ Up Bones."

– Chart-Topping Albums: Throughout the 80s and 90s, Travis continued to dominate the charts with albums like "Always and Forever," "No Defence," and "Full Circle."

– Awards and Accolades: Travis received numerous awards, including a Grammy for "Forever and Ever, Amen" in 1988, showcasing his powerful vocals and contribution to country music. 

– Health Journey and Faith: Facing stroke and heart failure in 2013, Travis underwent surgery and rehabilitation. Mary emphasises faith, God's grace, and the importance of post-stroke life, encouraging others to embrace activities for the best recovery.

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