Randy Travis is celebrating 25 years in country music and to mark the milestone, the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles welcomes him tonight (9/21) to perform an acoustic set and participate in a discussion.
The Grand Ole Opry continues the celebration on Tues, Oct. 4, inviting Travis to the stage alongside Carrie Underwood, John Anderson, Josh Turner, Gene Watson, Connie Smith and more. GAC is scheduled to feature several performances from the concert in an episode of Opry Live on Sat., Oct. 15, at 8 p.m.
“Randy’s impact on country music over the past 25 years is evident both in the array of celebrated artists who have joined him on this acclaimed anniversary album as well those who will be accompanying him on the Opry stage next month. It will be a great show, celebrating the legacy of a truly special artist,” said Pete Fisher, Opry vice president and general manager.
Travis released his Anniversary Celebration album in June, which features the voices of Zac Brown Band, Kristin Chenoweth, Kenny Chesney, Don Henley, Alan Jackson, Jamey Johnson, George Jones, Kris Kristofferson, Tim McGraw, Willie Nelson and Brad Paisley.