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article imageCountry singer Randy Travis is hospitalized

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 8, 2013 in Entertainment
On July 8, it was announced via a press statement that veteran country music singer Randy Travis has been admitted to a hospital in Texas. It has been reported that the country crooner is in critical condition.
The press release further indicated that Randy Travis is suffering from complications of a "recently acquired viral cardiomyopathy," which is a medical condition that affects the heart.
The Grammy-winning country music star was admitted into the Texas hospital yesterday.
Randy Travis is best-known for his traditional-sounding country voice, as well as such chart-topping Billboard country singles as "Three Wooden Crosses," "Forever and Ever, Amen," "Diggin' Up Bones," "On the Other Hand," "Honky Tonk Moon," "Deeper Than the Holler," among many others.
Presently, Travis' latest radio single from his upcoming studio album is a duet out with fellow country singer Joe Nichols entitled "Tonight I'm Playing Possum," where they pay homage to the late country music giant George Jones.
For the latest information on Randy Travis, visit his official website.
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