In New Photo, Randy Travis Looks Different 10 Years After Doctors Predicted Permanent Bedrest

Randy Travis, the country legend, started his career as a catfish cook at The Nashville Palace. 

Despite limited singing opportunities, Randy, with his hidden talent, made music with producer Keith Stegall during his downtime. 

– Frustrated by Nashville's music scene, they recorded a cassette tape and sent it to Keith's contact, Kyle Lehning.

– Impressed with Randy's unique voice and traditional country style, Kyle introduced him to Warner Brothers' A&R executive, Martha Sharp.

– Martha shaped Randy's career over two years, helping him release his debut album, "Storms of Life," which featured three hits.

– Randy always desired a large family, but his first wife, Lib Hatcher, much older than him, faced challenges in having children.

– Despite personal struggles, Randy Travis achieved great success in the country music industry.

His breakthrough album marked the beginning of his journey to becoming a country icon. 

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