Randy returned home.
On Friday, September 25th, Randy Travis stepped on the Grand Ole Opry stage over two years after a stroke almost took his life. He has slowly been recovering from it and has not spoken in public since his hospital stay in 2013.
While he did not perform on Friday, he did enjoy the show and was seen standing next to another country legend, Tanya Tucker.
The Grand Ole Opry celebrated this momentous occasion by posting pictures on their official Facebook Page welcoming Randy back home.
The last appearance Randy made was back in April for the ACM Awards in Dallas, Texas. He stood and thanked fans for their support after Lee Brice introduced him. Brice also paid tribute to him with Randy's signature song "Forever and Ever, Amen."
The legend was so moved by the support, he posted a heartfelt letter on his website saying:
(Photo credit: RandyTravis.com)
We can't wait until Randy Travis makes his comeback and wish him the best during his recovery. He won't be alone during this process, though. He announced in April that he married his longtime love, Mary Davis, who has been by his side during his health issues.
Take a look back at his last appearance below.
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