About 30 country artists joined Randy Travis on stage as they paid tribute to him in Nashville, Tennessee.
The heartwarming gesture brought a smile to the Grammy-winning country superstar, who suffered a massive stroke in 2013, as reported by Country Rebel.
The tribute concert, held at Bridgestone Arena, kicked off with the music icon's wife, Mary Travis, assisting him across the stage.
Randy gave a few words before singing "Amazing Grace". His fellow country superstars then joined him on stage.
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They joined Randy as he performs an emotional gospel medley of "Amazing Grace" and "Will the Circle Be Unbroken."
It was one of Randy's most lively performances since 2013. The tribute concert, which lasted four hours, featured artists singing a variety of different songs by the great country singer in front of the man himself.They also gave heartfelt dedications prior to their performances.
The governor of Tennessee, Bill Halsam, also presented Travis with a plaque naming February 8 Stroke Awareness Day in the state.
Mary, Travis's wife, earlier revealed how doctors told her that the country superstar wouldn't recover from a stroke three years ago.
Mary delivered an emotional speech as she helped her husband accept the honor given to him in the Country Music's Hall of Fame in Nashville.
"They really said there was no hope; go ahead and pull the plug," Mary tearfully recalled. "I went to his bedside and I said, 'Baby, you've got to give me some more fight.'"
She continued: "And I knew that he had had a little talk with Jesus, because he squeezed my hand, and a little tear fell down. And I knew he wasn't through yet. He's a wonderful man; he's a wonderful husband. I'm blessed beyond measure to get to walk beside him."
Randy and Mary were still engaged when he suffered a stroke in July 2013. They tied the knot in Texas two years later.
Despite the debilitating stroke, Randy continued to have a positive outlook.
Mary praised her husband for his optimism throughout his struggle with the effects of the stroke.
She said Travis would always wake up with a smile on his face and goes to bed still smiling.