Randy Travis is doing better and has stabilized. That's the great news from the most recent update from the Baylor Health Care System in Dallas. However, Travis remains in critical condition and has a long road to recovery.
Kenny Chesney meets thousands of fans every year, but for 65-year-old superfan Diane Grinde, standing face to face with the 'When I See This Bar' singer was something she'll cherish for the rest of her life -- even if she only live a little while longer.
Darius Rucker and Sheryl Crow were among the big names at Countryfest 2013 in New York on Saturday (July 13), but the super-sized tribute to the ailing Randy Travis might have provided the day's most memorable moment. Over 20,000 fans cheered and shouted the singer's name to show their undying support.
Brantley Gilbert admits that his life has been changed immensely and intensely by fiancée, fellow country singer Jana Kramer. So it's no shock that she factors into his next album, the follow up to 2010's 'Halfway to Heaven.' The singer admits that he has written songs about her for his new record. How romantic.
Randy Travis' team of doctors say the singer is showing signs of improvement after being admitted to a Texas hospital with congestive heart failure and a presumed cardiomyopathy on Sunday (July 7). The singer has since been transferred to a different facility for specialized care.
Darius Rucker's new single 'Radio' is a perfect song for summer. The uptempo tribute to young love, open roads and, of course, the radio is familiar and easy to fall for, especially when powered by Rucker's unequaled exuberance.
Scotty McCreery's former manager is claiming that the singer didn't pay him for services in a lawsuit filed last week in Davidson County, Tennessee. Todd Cassetty is seeking actual, consequential and punitive damages from the 2011 'American Idol' winner, whom he began working with last October.
Randy Travis has undergone heart surgery after being hospitalized on Sunday (July 7) due to complications from a viral cardiomyopathy. His sister-in-law says the family has a long history of heart troubles.
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