Randy Travis Visits “The Price Is Right”

Randy Travis Visits “The Price Is Right” | Classic Country Music | Legendary Stories and Songs Videos

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Legendary country music singer, Randy Travis, visited America’s favorite game show, The Price is Right

The Price Is Right is television’s longest-running game show, with 52 seasons aired since 1972. On this highly interactive game show, audience members hope to get called to the stage to play one of 70 different pricing games for a chance to win major prizes.

This week, The Price is Right had a very special audience member, country music icon Randy Travis! Randy was accompanied by his wife, Mary Davis, and a handful of their family and friends.

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Randy Travis says he was honored to be a part of the show

Randy Travis shared a video to social media recounting his experience on The Price is Right, a show that he says he watches “almost every day.” In the clip, you can hear the excitement from audience members when the “Deeper Than The Holler” singer enters the set to take his seat.

Randy sits front row at the show and even gets to practice making his way down the aisle, assisted by Mary, when the host calls out the show’s signature tagline:

“Randy, come on down!” 


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Randy also shared a series of behind-the-scenes photos from his visit, posing alongside host Drew Carey and behind the famed contestant stand. He expressed his gratitude for the experience, saying:

“Huge thanks to @therealpriceisright and @drewfromtv for having us!!”


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Randy Travis’ health

In 2013, Randy Travis suffered a near-fatal stroke and had to undergo emergency surgery to remove a clot from his brain. Miraculously, Randy survived the ordeal, but the stroke has had lasting effects on his longterm health. In addition to limited physical abilities, the singer has aphasia, a language disorder caused by damage in the area of the brain that controls language expression and comprehension.

For these reasons, Randy’s wife Mary is always by his side, helping him maneuver through life and often serves as his voice during interviews and public appearances.

We are happy to see Randy out and enjoying life! 

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