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A portion of the proceeds will go to the Randy Travis Foundation for stroke research and rehabilitation.
Travis, who has made significant strides since his 2013 stroke will also be celebrated by a couple of his fellow Country Music Hall of Fame members in Kenny Rogers and Alabama.
8) will be a big one for traditional country fans in Music City, as many of the top stars in the format will come together to honor one of their own -- 1 Night. 1 Time: A Heroes and Friends Tribute to Randy Travis will be held at Bridgestone Arena.
Artists such as Wynonna Judd, Josh Turner, and Chris Janson will be lending their talents in honor of the legendary singer.
He showed that someone could come along who could still sing a country song, and still sell it."Just like with Alabama, Travis's career speed went from zero to 100 mph in the late '80s, and Gentry admires the way he handled his new-found fame.
"After all the years of struggling and everything, then things start to happen for you overnight," he marvels. I thought the people that it don't change are few and far between. Seeing his strength sure makes me want to complain less about anything that is wrong in my life."The evening promises to be a great night of entertainment for those in the audience, but as Gentry points out, also a rare night of fellowship for the artists.
From 2014 to 2016 he hosted the British panel show Virtually Famous on E4.
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"We've worked on and off with Randy over the years at a lot of different events. We've always been a fan not just of his singing, but also his songwriting, as well."Gentry credits Travis with helping to bring the format back to a more traditional sound when he exploded onto the scene with 1986's Storms of Life.He was always the same every time we would see him."" data-reactid="17"Gentry also admires the grace and determination that Travis has had in his recovery. The Good Lord has been with him, and he saw how bad he wanted to get back. "Anytime we get to be around our fellow artists is a big honor," he attests. During the real busy years, you might see somebody at the award shows in passing or something like that, but it's very seldom that you get to sit down and visit with your fellow artists, so we're really looking forward to that."" data-reactid="20"When asked what song they'll be performing, Gentry says "We're going to do 'Angels Among Us.' That was a song that had to earn its way.I remember the first time we played it for the record company, they weren't very excited about it."I remember that he really re-energized the country base," he recalls.