Randy Travis Shocks Fans With Performance 3 Years After Life-Threatening Stroke

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Randy Travis has made quite the recovery after suffering a massive stroke three years ago.

The 57-year-old singer shocked fans during the Medallion Ceremony for his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday night in Nashville, Tennessee, when he performed the hymn, "Amazing Grace."

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Travis' return to music was a highlight of the night, and his wife, Mary Davis-Travis, also spoke about her husband's battle to heal after a viral infection caused a stroke that left him hospitalized. "Randy stared death in the face, but death blinked," she said. "Today, God's proof of a miracle stands before you."

The country crooner was honored for being the first country artist to have a debut album, Storms of Life, go platinum in its first year, and was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame along with fiddler Charlie Daniels and record producer Fred Foster. Kris Kristofferson, Dolly Parton, Alan Jackson, Brad Paisley and Garth Brooks were among those who honored the inductees with musical tributes.

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Jackson toured with Travis in the '90s and gushed over his stage presence. "When he sang, the women were screaming and fainting and it was crazy," he quipped. "I loved it. Someone singing real country music and having that effect and selling all those records, it just made me so happy."

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