The country star performed a rendition of Travis’ 1986 hit ‘On the Other Hand’.
Luke Bryan had to put the brakes on his show at the CMA Fest in Nashville, Tennessee on Sunday, June 10 when he spotted a hero in the crowd.
The country star stopped mid-song and pointed to Randy Travis.
“We got Mr. Randy Travis down here, everybody,” Bryan announced as his fans cheered for the veteran, before he launched into a version of Travis’ 1986 hit On the Other Hand.
The headliner also performed a rendition of his hero’s Diggin’ Up Bones, another track from Travis’ Storms of Life album.
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