Randy Travis Street Sign Unveiled In His Hometown

09-21-2017
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Randy Travis

(Radio.com) Randy Travis made a stop in his hometown of Marshville, North Carolina Tuesday, September 20 to attend the dedication of a new street sign bearing his name.

Marshville Mayor Franklin Deese also gave the superstar the keys to the city, according to Taste of Country. The singer's wife, Mary Travis, spoke on her husband's behalf.

"Thank you so much for your kind words and your open arms," she said. "There's not many places you can go back to after 58 years and have that same kind of warm feeling. I'll tell you, he's an awful special man from a very special place. Thank you for honoring him today and allowing him to be the son of Marshville." Read more here.

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