Country music legend, and now Country Music Hall of Famer, Randy Travis was honored alongside Charlie Daniels and Fred Foster for the prestigious recognition that most can only dream of. The Country Music Hall of Fame Medallion Ceremony served as the game changing moment in which Travis was inducted into the coveted hall by none other than legendary country musician Garth Brooks.
Amongst various other artists, Brooks also gave a tribute performance to the new inductee, sending chills throughout the crowd with his incredible rendition of Travis' hit "Three Wooden Crosses".
A seemingly effortless Brooks told the tragic story portrayed by Travis years before, describing a bus full of men and women from various backgrounds that ultimately crashes and kills all but one. The hit song conveys the idea that the lone survivor, a stripper, was given another opportunity by God to live a better live and right her wrongs as a child of Christ.
Viewers of Brooks' performance hailed his tribute as "perfection" and praised the singer for his incredible talent and genuine emotion. The recording even briefly pans to Travis, who is watching the moving tribute intently and even quickly nodding his head to the rhythm.
Watch Brooks' performance below and tell us what you think!
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