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National Enquirer|November 16, 2020
RANDY TRAVIS is defying all the odds as he plans the greatest comeback in country music history!

The 61-year-old “He Walked on Water” singer is making “amazing progress” after suffering a massive 2013 stroke that most believed would end his career forever.

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