Inducted Into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame is Randy Travis

A special ceremony on May 27 enshrined Randy Travis into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame, adding to his career accomplishments.

LMHOF President Mike Shepard inducted Travis during the Cajun Country Jam's Memorial Day Festival in Denham Springs, Louisiana.

 Paula Records in Shreveport, Louisiana, was where the country icon made his first studio records as Randy Ray.

Travis is inducted alongside Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Louis Armstrong, Lucinda Wiliams, Buddy Guy, Little Richard, Fats Domino, Tim McGraw, and others.“

“Over the years Randy Travis has made many stops and new fans along the way in the great state of Louisiana,” says Cajun Country Jam promoter Scott Innes. 

“We are delighted and honored to have had Randy on our stage!”

The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame is dedicated to honoring talent, performance, writing, technical and business aspects of the industry, providing educational materials and assistance on Louisiana music and artists to libraries, schools, and other interested parties, and perpetuating Louisiana's music and music business.

The 2016 Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Travis has over 25 million lifetime sales.

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