The Prolonged Recuperation of Randy Travi

Following his stroke in 2013, the country singer’s life is chronicled in a new documentary.

Randy Travis filmed an intimate acoustic concert in 2011 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of his groundbreaking 1986 album, Storms of Life, which inspired the neo-traditionalist movement in contemporary country music and sold 4 million copies.

It would have never occurred to anyone that the footage would become “the last live recording we did,” according to Travis’ longstanding producer, Kyle Lehning.

However, in 2013, during the preparations for the dissemination of the footage—which did not occur at that time—Travis was hospitalized in the Dallas area due to viral cardiomyopathy complications.

A catastrophic stroke afflicted him, resulting in extensive brain surgery and the permanent loss of his guitar-playing and performing capabilities. It restricted his speech as well.

His physicians informed his wife, Mary, that his survival chances were between 1% and 2%. A new documentary, however, has been produced since that time, eleven years later, to commemorate the life of the cherished singer,

More Life integrates this concert with the remainder of the narrative, which includes Travis’ retirement on his ranch in Tioga,

Texas, his protracted rehabilitation (which included neuroacupuncture, hyperbaric chamber therapy, and stem cell infusions), and his numerous near-death experiences.

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