Randy Travis Wiki: Wife, Kids, Net Worth, Songs, Hall of Fame, 6 Facts

After Randy Travis performed “Amazing Grace” at the Country Music Hall of Fame, everyone is talking about it. 

For further information on the artist, many have searched the Internet for “Randy Travis children,” “Randy Travis wife,” “Randy Travis Hall of Fame,” and “Randy Travis sings after stroke.” Visit our Randy Travis wiki to learn more!

Randy Bruce Traywick, better known as Randy Travis, was born in Marshville, North Carolina, on May 4, 1959. As the second of six children, he was born to factory worker Bobbie (née Tucker) and horse breeder, turkey farmer, substitute teacher, and construction business owner Harold Traywick. 

Early Life

Travis joined fiddler Charlie Daniels and record producer Fred Foster in the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday. Travis sang “Amazing Grace” onstage three years after a stroke, despite his inability to speak or walk without a cane. Despite shaking and stuttering, he sang in his trademark voice, bringing the audience to tears. Travis back on his feet doing what he did best was inspiring. His induction was due.

Hall of Fame

Even though the 56-year-old has a small net worth of $5.0 million, his gospel and silky guitar talents have made a huge impact on country music. Randy Travis' followers love him for his unique sound they can take wherever and remember, not his net worth. Every Randy Travis fan has a favourite song, so seeing him perform was a tremendous comfort.

Net worth

Travis was charged with drunk driving and arrested naked after a 2012 traffic accident. The Class A misdemeanour, which included a $4,000 fine and two years in jail, was due to his blood alcohol level exceeding 0.15. Travis received two years probation and a $2,000 fine for pleading guilty. He served 100 hours of community service and 30 days in therapy.

His Arrest

Travis was hospitalised for viral cardiomyopathy following a viral upper respiratory infection in 2013, and three days later, he had a stroke and required brain surgery to relieve pressure. Despite rehabilitation, Travis could not sing or speak and needed a cane to walk. After years of therapy and recuperation, he sang at his Country Hall of Fame induction, inspiring everyone.

His Stroke

Elizabeth Hatcher-Travis was Randy's wife from 1991 to 2010. While he was a dishwasher, she supported him when no record label would sign him.Years after divorcing, Randy married Mary Davis-Travis in 2015. Mary stood with Randy on stage when he sang “Amazing Grace” on Sunday, supporting him throughout his recuperation.

His Wife

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