Randy Travis Joined By Church Choir For 2006 ‘Silent Night’ Performance

Randy Travis Joined By Church Choir For 2006 ‘Silent Night’ Performance | Classic Country Music | Legendary Stories and Songs Videos

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This country legend and his version of “Silent Night” are the perfect way to remember the legacy of a man we all can’t wait to see on stage again.

Randy Travis has been known worldwide for decades, and while he is still recovering from a stroke several years ago, we all hope and pray for the day we will see him deliver another one of his knockout country performances.

In this unforgettable video, Travis does not hold back when it comes to honoring the Lord on the annual celebration of His birth and he delivers one of the most heavenly renditions of “Silent Night” you’ll ever hear.


Performed inside of the timeless Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico, Travis and 40 singers from the First Baptist Church trekked down through the caves until they reached a point called the “Rock of Ages” where they lifted us all up through song for a 2008 special.

“Very deep in the desert below Carlsbad is an amazing natural wonder,” Travis said in his introductory speech.

Travis had to stop talking at different points because his voice would reverberate throughout the cave!

“Silent Night,” an enduring Christmas carol, resonates with serene simplicity and timeless beauty.

Composed in 1818 by Franz Xaver Gruber with lyrics by Joseph Mohr, it originated in Austria and encapsulates the tranquil essence of Christ’s birth. Its gentle melody and heartfelt lyrics evoke a sense of peace, making it a cherished emblem of the holiday season, universally adored for its ability to instill warmth and contemplation.

Watch this one-of-a-kind video below!

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