Randy Travis Honored By Garth Brooks, Kane Brown As Artist Of A Lifetime At 2021 CMT Artists Of The Year

Travis' wife Mary Davis noted, it was "a pretty good night" for the celebrated vocalist

“If you’re like me, you pray that another Randy Travis [type talent] shows up every day,” noted Garth Brooks before welcoming Randy Travis to the stage to receive the Artist of a Lifetime honor, presented by Ram Trucks at the 2021 CMT Artists of the Year event. Notably, Brooks has often stated that since his mid-80s superstar turn, the singer with 23 number-one Billboard country singles “saved country music.” Alongside Kane Brown, the “The Thunder Rolls” vocalist celebrated the legacy of the Country Music Hall of Famer live from Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center.

Welcomed to the stage to the strains of his 1987 hit “Forever And Ever, Amen,” his wife joked that it was “a pretty good night” for the icon. They also stated that Travis made memories that have lasted as long as CMT has existed as a broadcast channel. Moreover, his wife Mary thanked his faith, songwriters, family, fans, team, and more for his legendary success.

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