Randy Travis Back in No. 1 Spot with “Three Wooden Crosses”

For the first time since 1994, Randy Travis has a #1 song on the Billboard country singles chart.

The song is “Three Wooden Crosses,” and according to Word Records, it’s the first time an artist has topped the chart with a song released by a Christian record label.

“What struck me the first time on ‘Three Wooden Crosses’ is that opening line about a farmer, a teacher, a hooker and a preacher,” says Randy.

“I was actually doin’ a workout, and listening to material, and that one played – the first few words caught my attention –“ ‘Do what?’”

But after he listened to the song a second time, he deemed it “incredible,” and it seems like his fans agree.

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