Randy Travis will spend part of the CMA Fest this week at the Brentwood Barnes and Noble Booksellers in Cool Springs, promoting his memoir and celebrating his first music release since he suffered a stroke in 2013.

The memoir is called “Forever and Ever, Amen,” and the new song, written by Buddy Jewell and Thom McHugh, is called “One In A Row,” and was written and recorded years before the stroke.

Travis will have a booth in Fan Fair X at Music City Center (Booth 142) with books for purchase and daily photo opportunities during the CMA Fest in Nashville/

The CMA Fest appearances are as follows:

June 6 – Nashville, Tenn. – Fan Fair X at CMA Fest (Music City Center Level 3)

     11:00 a.m. – Meet and Greet at Randy Travis Booth

June 7 – Nashville, Tenn. – Fan Fair X at CMA Fest

     12:15 p.m. – Close Up Stage Interview

     1:15 p.m. – Meet and Greet at Jesus Calling Booth

     3 p.m. – Meet and Greet at Randy Travis Booth

June 8 – Nashville, Tenn.:

     1 p.m. – Brentwood Barnes & Noble (1701 Mallory Ln., Brentwood, TN 37027)

     4 p.m. – Meet and Greet at Randy Travis Booth

June 9 – Nashville, Tenn. – Fan Fair X

    11 a.m. – Meet and Greet at Randy Travis Booth

Admission to Xfinity Fan Fair X is open to all four-day CMA Fest pass holders and Xfinity Fan Fair X ticket holders. Fan Fair X tickets can be purchased for $10 per day or $25 for all four days. These tickets can be purchased on-site during CMA Fest on Level 2 of Music City Center starting at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 5.

Since his near-fatal stroke in 2013, with the help of his wife Mary and rigorous physical therapy, Travis continues to make improvements in his speaking, walking, and singing, according to publicist Zach Farnum. For more information visit randytravis.com.

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