Country singer Randy Travis found his distunctive voice three years after an existence life- threatening stroke and sang “Amazing Grace” amid his induction Sunday into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

The Grammy-winning baritone singer struggled over from the stroke in 2013 to sing again amid the medallion ceremony in Nashville, Tennessee. He was enlisted alongside fiddler Charlie Daniels and record maker Fred Foster.

Kindred artists including Kris Kristofferson, Dolly Parton, Alan Jackson, Brad Paisley, Garth Brooks and more respected the three inductees with musical tributes.

Be that as it may, it was Travis’ singing that conveyed a shocked quiet and tears to the group following quite a while of recovery and treatment to recapture his voice.

Mary Davis-Travis, his significant other, talked about the various methodology and surgeries to spare his life and a six-month stay in the doctor’s facility after a viral disease brought on his stroke.

“Randy stared death in the face, but death blinked,” Davis-Travis said. “Today God’s proof of a miracle stands before you.”

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