How is Randy Travis's health? Country musician impresses fans with performance on 'Price Is Right'.  

Randy Travis surprised his fans with a rare public visit on the set of "The Price Is Right" on February 27.  

The country icon appeared to be in high spirits, and he was accompanied by his wife, Mary Davis, who helped him navigate the set in his wheelchair.  

Travis was diagnosed with viral cardiomyopathy in July 2013 after contracting a viral upper respiratory infection.   

While the artist was in the hospital, Dr. Michael Mack described his condition, stating that a viral sickness had become "a more chronic condition."  

Just three days after he was admitted to the hospital for heart issues, Travis suffered a near-fatal stroke and underwent surgery to help relieve pressure on his brain.

Following his stroke, Travis was transferred to a physical therapy facility, where he began the recovery process.

As a result of his health challenges, the musician developed aphasia, which the Mayo Clinic describes as “a disorder that affects how you communicate.”

Travis has trouble speaking, but he does still sing from time to time.

In 2016, the artist thrilled fans when he sang "Amazing Grace" while being inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Mary Travis appeared on stage with her husband and helped express his gratitude over the honor. 

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