How rich is Randy Travis?
Randy Travis Net Worth:
Randy Travis Net Worth:
Elizabeth Hatcher found him when he was just 18 years and he tried too hard to make a name. He became famous when his tune Thunderstorm of Life strike NO 1. Randy Travis was born as Randy Traywick and he’s a second kid in a family of six kids of Harold with Bobby Traywick. Randy continues to be raised in a small farm and he learnt the best way to train horses and to work with cows when he was 6 years. When he was a kid, he began to listen to music of renowned artists in country music like Gene Autry, Lefty Frizell and Hank Williams. As a young adult, Randy Travis interest in country music was matched with using booze and substances. He was estranged from his family and he halted to go to school. He began to focus on building sites. For some years he was been detained for assaults and force entering into people’s property. He spent some years preparing him and he began to perform consistently at her night club. Randy Travis married country singer Elizabeth Travis who was his former supervisor. After the divorce, Randy requested that she should be sued for breach of contract and for destroying his career. Nonetheless, his wife requested the judge to throw away this litigation. She said that she was unable to function nicely as his supervisor since he kept intruding. The couple divorced in 2010 after 19 years of wedding. After the divorce, Randy Travis was intending to become a husband to his mistress Mary Beougher. Liz was 69 when she got her husband who was 51 at that time two-timing with the wife of his dentist. He’s well known due to his profession in American country music that has survived for many decades. His first record was in 1995 and he got success and esteem in the country music with that day up to now. Randy Travis managed to have 30 tunes making it to Billboard Hot Country Singles, 22 made it to several platinum selling records. He shifted from country music to begin gospel music and he became also a pop star during his profession. Forever and Ever Amen is a tune that is becoming popular particularly during weddings.
|Birth date:||May 4, 1959|
|Birth place:||Marshville, North Carolina, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)|
|Profession:||Singer-songwriter, Musician, Actor, Singer, Songwriter|
|Spouse:||Mary Davis (m. 2015), Elizabeth Hatcher-Travis (m. 1991–2010)|
|Parents:||Harold Traywick, Bobbie Tucker, Forever and Ever, Amen, I Told You So, Three Wooden Crosses|
|Siblings:||David Traywick, Dennis Traywick, Ricky Traywick, Rose Arrowood, Sue Traywick, Forever and Ever, Amen, I Told You So, Three Wooden Crosses|
|Awards:||Country Music Award, Grammy Award, Country Music Association Award|
|Nominations:||Hollywood Walk of Fame|
|Movies:||Black Dog, Annabelle's Wish, The Rainmaker, “At Risk” (1994)|
|TV shows:||Matlock (1992), “Texas Rangers”, “The Gift: Life Unwrapped”, “The Wager”, “Jerusalem Countdown”|