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Anniversary Celebration

Randy Travis

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To celebrate his 25th anniversary — marked from the 1986 release of his major-label debut Storms of Life, not his independent 1978 release under the name Randy Traywick — Randy Travis rounded up a bunch of stars to cut duets of his biggest hits. Apart from Broadway dynamo Kristin Chenoweth appearing out of nowhere on “Love Looks Good on You,” there are no big surprises either in song selection, duet partners, or arrangements; sure, Zac Brown brings “Forever and Ever, Amen” into James Taylor territory, but that’s a marginal move, offset by straightforward readings of “Diggin’ Up Bones” with John Anderson, Alan Jackson popping up for a medley of “Better Class of Losers/She’s Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues),” and Jamey Johnson on “A Few Ole Country Boys.” There may be nothing shocking here, but it’s all pleasant, and it’s nice to find staunch traditionalist Travis sounding at ease singing with Don Henley and Carrie Underwood. Perhaps this 25th Anniversary Celebration is a party that can be missed, but it nevertheless provides a good time.

Biography

Born: 04 May 1959 in Marshville, NC

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Like the Beatles in rock, Randy Travis marks a generational shift in country music. When his Storms of Life came out in 1986, country music was still wallowing in the post-urban cowboy recession, chasing elusive crossover dreams. Travis brought the music back to its basics, sounding like nothing so much as a perfect blend of George Jones and Merle Haggard. He became the dominant male voice in country until the rise of "hat acts" like Garth Brooks and Clint Black, releasing seven...
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