Randy Travis is one of the biggest names in country music, with hit songs such as “Three Wooden Crosses” and “Forever and Ever, Amen”.
The singer suffered a stroke last year at the age of 54 and is reportedly unable to sing or even speak.
One insider revealed that Randy “can’t form a sentence and it’s unclear if he is even lucid enough to follow a conversation.”
The singer, 55, stepped out for a Dolly Parton show in Oklahoma earlier this month, able to walk with a cane.
During her performance, Dolly paid tribute to Travis, telling the crowd, “There are some people you just love and admire for their talents. Tonight, one of those people are here. Randy Travis, wherever you are, I hope you are enjoying the show”.
Randy has stayed out of the limelight since suffering a stroke last July which was brought on by viral heart failure. He was been gradually recovering and can walk with the aid of a cane.
His therapist doesn’t rule out Travis making a return to the stage, but said it wouldn’t be for another three years at least .
Randy Travis’ Facebook page that gave updates on his condition has not posted an update since October 2013.
We are all wishing him the best.
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