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Randy Travis's first new music since 2013 follows his stroke  

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May 3 (UPI) -- Randy Travis celebrates his first song in nearly 10 years.  

Country artist, 64, released "Where That Came From," his first album since his 2013 near-fatal stroke, on Friday.  

Eleven years ago, I never imagined I could produce music, but by God's grace and the support of family, friends, fellow artists, and fans, I can make the music I love "Travis stated on Instagram.  

I'm delighted to share my new song 'Where That Came From' with you today after working with Kyle Lehning and Warner Music Nashville again, which has been incredibly nostalgic.   

Thanks to my amazing staff and the best fans in the world for getting me back on track! I adored every minute."  

Travis released "Where That Came From" on Thursday, nearly 11 years after a stroke left him unable to talk or sing.  

The musician did not disclose his process, although Rolling Stone suggested that AI helped him create "Where That Came From".  

In October 2023, Travis and Mary Davis attended two tribute performances for him.  


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