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Tragic Details About Randy Travis

Randy Travis is an unabashed country traditionalist, a man who brought old-fashioned styles back to the genre after it veered in a distinctly glossy and pop direction in the late 1970s and early 1980s. After bumming around the Nashville fringes for awhile, largely unsuccessfully and under his real name of Randy Traywick, Travis hit big in 1985 with a years-long string of top five country smashes, including "On the Other Hand," "Honky Tonk Moon," "Look Heart, No Hands," and the immortal "Forever

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    The Tragic Real-Life Story Of Randy Travis - Grunge

    The Tragic Real-Life Story Of Randy Travis - Grunge

    Randy Travis is an unabashed country traditionalist, a man who brought old-fashioned styles back to the genre after it veered in a distinctly glossy and pop direction in the late 1970s and early 1980s. After bumming around the Nashville fringes for awhile, largely unsuccessfully and under his real name of Randy Traywick, Travis hit big in 1985 with a years-long string of top five country smashes, including "On the Other Hand," "Honky Tonk Moon," "Look Heart, No Hands," and the immortal "Forever and Ever, Amen."

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