'More Life' Randy Travis Documentary Features Last Recorded Live Performance

'More Life' Randy Travis Documentary Features Last Recorded Live Performance

Check out this trailer for the Randy Travis documentary called ‘More Life’ which features his last recorded live performance.

“In 2011, Warner Music Nashville approached me about filming an intimate concert special honoring the 25th anniversary of the iconic Randy Travis album, Storms of Life,” says Director Shaun Silva at the beginning of the trailer. “Little did we know just how important those recordings would become.”

Randy Travis is a country and gospel music icon with an incredible career spanning over 40 years. He has had 18 #1 hits songs including ‘Forever and Ever, Amen’, ‘On The Other Hand’, ‘Diggin’ Up Bones’, ‘Look Heart No Hands’ and ‘I Told You So’. He has also had 8 platinum selling albums and has been honored with 7 Grammy Awards and 10 Academy of Country Music statuettes.

“Randy's gospel recordings include such classics as ‘Three Wooden Crosses’ and ‘Baptism’, each of which won Dove Awards for Country Song Of The Year,” reads the caption of the trailer. “An acclaimed singer, songwriter, guitarist and actor, Randy was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2016 and remains a pivotal figure in the history of country music.”

In the trailer for ‘More Life,’ we see how everything changed for Randy when the country singer suffered a stroke and underwent emergency surgery to remove pressure on his brain in July 2013.

“He’s a fighter in all the right ways,” says one person who was interviewed in the trailer.

“I really don’t think any of us could have known how special that live performance was actually going to be,” Shaun Silva says about Randy’s last recorded live performance in January 2012. “That it was the last time we were going to get to hear him sing those songs.”

This documentary about Randy Travis’s life and career will be premiering on the Circle Network on February 10 at 8:30pm ET. Make sure to check it out!

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