Sunday was a big day for country music fans as Randy Travis was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Three years after suffering a life-threatening stroke, he shocked the crowd, picked up the mic and this happened.
After several medical scares that included hospitalization due to congestive heart failure and a stroke (which required emergency surgery and found him in critical condition), singer Randy Travis has been released from the hospital.
Wanna send a get well greeting to Randy Travis? The Country Music Association has arranged a digital card you can add to best wishes to Randy. Fill it out here. They plan to give it to Randy on August 1.
Tonight we have an update on Randy Travis's condition and more details on how his heart issues evolved. And, he has a fiancee. I miss that somehow, did you, too? Randy's publicist Kirt Webster provides this link to Baylor Hospital's video statement.
In a nutshell, heart troubles began with a viral infection, but at the root of his troubles is something more chronic. The singer has been hospital
Earlier today, Dr. Michael Mack, the director of cardiovascular disease at the Baylor Health Care System in Dallas, reported that country music legend Randy Travis--hospitalized Sunday for viral cardiomyopathy then transferred to his current location after going into congestive heart failure--was stabilizing.
The entire country music family has been very concerned with Randy Travis' health as news broke that he had been hospitalized in critical condition. A new update has just been released that Randy has been transported to a different hospital and a video from his physicians explains the latest.