Randy Travis commemorates 10th anniversary of stroke with two tribute concerts.

"It would be different if we could have designed it, but we are OK," his wife Mary stated in a virtual press conference. 

Grammy and Country Music Hall of Fame member Randy Travis lost his voice 10 years ago after a stroke. 

At tribute events at the VBC Probst Arena in Huntsville, Ala., on Tuesday and at the Texas Trust CU Theatre in Grand Prairie, Texas, on Nov. 15, 

Travis songs will be sung to commemorate his survival and career.Travis and his wife will attend both concerts despite his speech-limiting aphasia. 

"It is 10 years out and we feel so blessed that we get to still be here, listen to music, listen to some of the great stars who make music  

and hear some of the stories from the great artists and the fans talking about how Randy Travis touched their lives," Mary told reporters in a recent virtual press conference. 

Randy was sitting by her side, smiling and no"People always say, 'Well, God left him here for a reason,' and every, single day, we see what that reason is." 

He is noted for "Forever and Ever, Amen," "I Won't Need You Anymore (Always and Forever)," "Too Gone Too Long," "I Told You So," "Honky Tonk Moon," "Deeper Than the Holler" & "Is It Still Over?"

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