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2012 Show Set to Air December 8 on NBC Grammy-winning singer Randy Travis will join host Joel McHale and an all-star cast for the Second Annual American Giving Awards presented by Chase. It’s set to air Saturday, December 8, 2012 on NBC at 8:00/7:00 p.m. (CT) from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in
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CMT premiered Randy's Crossroads performance with The Avett Brothers last Friday night, but if you missed it you can watch the full episode below. The episode features interviews with Randy and The Avetts, along with performances of classic songs including "Three Wooden Crosses," "Deeper Than The
As part of it's Big New Music Weekend, CMT premiered "Three Wooden Crosses" from Randy's Crossroads performance with The Avett Brothers. Watch the exclusive preview above, and tune-in on November 23rd at 11/10c. View exclusive pictures from the Crossroads performance HERE.
Get a first look at the upcoming CMT Crossroads with Randy and The Avett Brothers in these exclusive photos. Be sure to tune-in to CMT on November 23rd for the CMT Crossroads premiere!
Randy will join fellow North Carolina natives The Avett Brothers for a special episode of CMT Crossroads, premiering Friday, November 23rd at 11/10c. CMT Crossroads pairs legendary country artists with renowned musicians from other genres, allowing the artists to perform and duet on one another's
Local news source the Tyler Paper was there to capture the excitement around Randy's performance at the Texas Wounded Warrior Pro-Am and Celebration in Bullard, TX. Read an excerpt from the article below: Legendary performer Randy Travis took the stage, entertaining down-to-earth country fans for
Randy performed at the Annual “Cost of Freedom Celebration” Saturday night in Tyler, TX to Benefit the Texas Wounded Warriors Foundation. In the picture above, Randy is joined on stage by a group of the Wounded Warriors for the concert’s grand finale. Watch a clip from his performance below:
Guests were energized as Randy Travis performed one of his greatest songs, Diggin' Up Bones, to a sold-out crowd at Tioga Downs Casino in Nichols, N.Y. on Friday. And as the lyrics moved along, there were no bones about the loyal fan base that Travis has developed throughout the years. Travis'
In this interview with Country Stars Central, Randy talks about his latest albums, "Anniversary Celebration" and "Randy Travis," how it felt to hear his songs covered by other artists, life on the road, transition from artist to actor, and much more! Click here to read the article.