Randy Travis Wows Fans as He Sings 'Amazing Grace,' 3 Years After Suffering Stroke

The moment came as Travis was being inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

A wave of tears swept through the audience at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville as Randy Travis performed "Amazing Grace" on Sunday.

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He was inducted into the Hall of Fame by Garth Brooks. Travis's wife, Mary, spoke for him during the ceremony.

She said: "Everyday, we sing. It is a special thing to hear Randy Travis sing, don't you agree?" 

Many people in the audience joined in as he struggled to sing “Amazing Grace.”

The 57-year-old singer suffered a stroke 2013. After many years spent recovering, he has trouble speaking and needs help walking, which makes the performance especially poignant.

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In the last few years, he has hit a rough patch. Travis was arrested twice for drunk driving, he pleaded guilty to both accounts. In 2013, he spent 6 months in the hospital fighting a deadly infection. 

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