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Travis tribute show coming

Thursday, August 3, 2023 – "A Heroes & Friends Tribute to Randy Travis - 1 Night, 1 Place, 1 Time" is coming to Huntsville, Ala. on Oct. 24.

No guest artists were named, although the evening will have performances of Travis' music. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Randy Travis Foundation. The foundation is focused on stroke and aphasia awareness and supporting music education in schools.

Tickets will go on sale Friday at 11 a.m. eastern time at the Von Braun Center box office as well as and

"It is such a pleasure to have even a small part in an event that celebrates the accomplished life and career of Randy Travis", said David Lower, booking manager at Outback Presents. "The fans in Huntsville have such a love of country music and have been so supportive of the artists we have brought to town. This is sure to be another sold-out concert."

"We are thrilled to be able to come to Huntsville, Ala...This will be an unforgettable night with many of Randy's superstar friends singing his biggest hits," said Tony Conway, manager for Travis. "One night, One place, One Time. Be sure to attend this very special concert with Randy Travis."

Travis, 64, suffered a stroke and was diagnosed with aphasia, which is having difficulty formulating language, in 2013, which has limited his singing ever since.

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