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Brad Paisley’s not the only country singer turning out the duets on his upcoming album—Randy Travis will celebrate 25 years of music with Anniversary Celebration, a duets project due to be released on June 7.
In the past two and a half decades, Randy has racked up 16 Billboard No. 1 singles, five Country Music Association awards, two People’s Choice Awards, seven Grammys, 10 Academy of Country Music awards and more—including a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a Grand Ole Opry membership.
The album offers a generous number of remakes of classic Randy songs along with several new tunes, and is chock-full of duets.
Jamey Johnson appears on “A Few Ole Country Boys,” Kenny Chesney sings on Randy’s 1990 hit “He Walked on Water,” John Anderson sings on “Diggin’ Up Bones.” Zac Brown Band joins in on Randy’s signature No. 1 hit from 1987, “Forever and Ever, Amen,” while Tim McGraw guests on a new song, “Can’t Hurt a Man.”
Randy Travis and Carrie Underwood earned a Grammy nomination for their duet version of Randy’s 1988 No. 1 single “I Told You So.” On Anniversary Celebration, Carrie guests on another Randy classic, “Is It Still Over?”
George Jones, Lorrie Morgan, Ray Price, Connie Smith, Joe Stampley and Gene Watson appear on the song “Didn’t We Shine.”
In addition, fans can view a collection of videos, photos and media clips throughout Randy’s 25-year career by visiting RandyTravis.com .