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Part one of a two-part interview with Randy will air on the John Hagee Today program, April 25th, 2003. Part two will air May 14th, 2003.
In 2001 Randy's song, "America Will Always Stand" was featured in a PSA (public service announcement) titled, "Spirit Of America," produced by The Foundation For A Better Life to commemorate the 9/11 tragedy. The PSA won a first-place TELLY award in 2002, and according to Neilson Media Research,
Word Music has released Rise And Shine in songbook form. The 103 page songbook has piano/guitar/vocal arrangements for all thirteen songs from the album, along with several pictures of Randy from the Rise And Shine photo shoot. The Randy Travis - Rise And Shine Songbook is available now for $15.00
The American Red Cross has posted a message from Randy to our troops. Click Here to View
Last night, April 10, 2003, at The 34th Annual Dove Awards Randy's album, Rise And Shine, won a Dove Award for "Country Album of the Year". The 34th Annual Dove Awards will air on PAX TV - Saturday, April 19 at 9 p.m. ET/PT TBN - Friday, April 25 at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT and Saturday, April 26 at 5
On April 28th, 2003 Randy will perform his song, "Three Wooden Crosses" on TBNs inspirational television program, "Life Today with James Robison". The program will air the week of April 28th on TBN and it will also be webcast during that week at
Many of Randy's movies are available for purchase at, along with most of his music albums. John John In The Sky, and The Long Ride Home are now joining the list of Randy Travis movie titles available at on video. John John in the Sky (2000) co-stars Randy as Billy Joe
Country Weekly
Country Weekly has a great article in their March 4th, 2003 issue about Randy, and his Rise & Shine and Inspirational Journey albums.
Three Wooden Crosses
"Three Wooden Crosses" is the first single to be released to country radio from Randy's new album, Rise and Shine. Call your local stations and request it!
Rise And Shine
New Randy Travis Album Release (Nashville, Tenn.) October 15th, 2002 - country superstar Randy Travis releases his first album for Word Records. Titled Rise and Shine, the album features thirteen songs of faith, six of them co-written by Randy. Titles on Rise and Shine include "Raise Him Up," "