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Randy Travis

Randy will join fellow North Carolina natives The Avett Brothers for a special episode of CMT Crossroads, premiering Friday, November 23rd at 11/10c. CMT Crossroads pairs legendary country artists with renowned musicians from other genres, allowing the artists to perform and duet on one another's songs.

Randy performed yesterday at the memorial service for slain ex-Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle. Randy began by playing an acoustic version of "Whisper My Name," which Kyle's wife had told him was a meaningful song for the couple. After, Randy sang "Amazing Grace" for the thousands gathered at Cowboys Stadium in Dallas, TX. Randy exclaimed that he never met Kyle, but wished he had.

On November 22, Randy Travis will join George Jones on stage at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena for the final stop of Jones' "Grand Tour." The concert will conclude the 58-year career of the revered country music legend. In addition to Randy, Jones has selected Jamey Johnson, the Charlie Daniels Band, and Lorrie Morgan to perform at the historic event.

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2012 Show Set to Air December 8 on NBC. - Grammy-winning singer Randy Travis will join host Joel McHale and an all-star cast for the Second Annual American Giving Awards presented by Chase. It’s set to air Saturday, December 8, 2012 on NBC at 8:00/7:00 p.m. (CT) from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, CA. Travis will serve as a musical performer during the awards show, which is a celebrity tribute to community heroes. Celebrated actress Glenn Close will be honored with the AGA Leadership Award for her philanthropic endeavors.

CMT premiered an exclusive first look at the upcoming Crossroads with Randy Travis and The Avett Brothers, during their Big New Music Weekend. Fans can watch the two musical greats duet on Randy's classic, "Three Wooden Crosses."

Crossroads with Randy Travis and The Avett Brothers premieres on CMT, November 23rd at 11/10c.

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