Randy Travis is a country and gospel music singer whose distinctive baritone and traditional style have made him a star since the 1980s. As a child he performed around Charlotte, North Carolina with his brother as the singing Traywick Brothers, but then he dropped out of high school and spent his reckless youth getting into scrapes with the law. In the late 1970s he began making demo tapes and recorded a few singles, and in 1981 he moved to Nashville, Tennessee. After a few years as a cook and singer at night spots, he released an independently produced live recording to capitalize on his increasing fan base. His first record was released in 1986, and Travis toured the United States. Since then he has sold millions of records and won numerous awards, including Grammy for Best Male Country Vocal Performance, Best Country Song and Best Southern, Country Album. Includes clips: "Forever And Ever Amen," "On the Other Hand," "Strangers Again," "Honky Tonk Moon," "The Blues In Black And White," "I Told You So," "Hard Rock Bottom Of Your Heart," "He Walked On Water" and "Rock Of Ages."