Randy Travis sings during Country Music Hall of Fame induction

On Sunday, shortly after being inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame by Garth Brooks, Randy Travis performed once again.  

In 2013, a viral infection in his heart caused a potentially fatal stroke that almost took Travis's life. 

Although Travis's doctors did not think he would live, he is now able to walk and is trying to speak more clearly.  

Though he is still unable to articulate whole words, he can sing "Amazing Grace." 

During the 2016 Medallion Ceremony, Travis's wife Mary Davis-Travis invited everyone to stand and join him in song. Of all the memorable moments from the event, the emotional one was the best.  

In a ceremony held at the Hall of Fame's CMA Theater on Sunday night, Travis, along with fellow North Carolina locals Charlie Daniels and Fred Foster, were inducted into the esteemed Country Music Hall of Fame.  

The Country Music Hall of Fame was established by the Country Music Association in 1961 to honor and preserve the history of the most cherished performers in the genre. 

Before the men were formally crowned as members, performers such as Kris Kristofferson, Dolly Parton, Brooks, Brad Paisley, Alan Jackson, and Trisha Yearwood delivered songs that were essential to each inductee's career.  

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