Randy Travis releases new songs with the help of AI following a stroke.

Randy Travis has released new music for the first time since his stroke, and it was made possible by artificial intelligence.  

According to the Associated Press, the country star's latest track, "Where That Came From  

was released on Friday after Travis and his wife, Mary Travis, gave their record company permission to use AI to recreate his deep vocals.  

Randy Travis has not released new music in over a decade until last week.   

After being hospitalized and diagnosed with viral cardiomyopathy (a heart condition) in July 2013  

the "Forever and Ever, Amen" and "Deeper Than the Holler" artist had a stroke and developed aphasia, a neurological disorder that has impaired his capacity to communicate.  

When Warner Music Nashville Co-President Cris Lacy offered using AI to replicate the singer's voice, the Travises jumped at the chance.  

"Well, we were all over that," Mary Travis told AP, "we were so excited."  


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