Randy Travis Is Feeling "Good" After a Serious Stroke in 2013: He is really devoted.

Ten years have passed since country music icon Randy Travis had a severe stroke, but things seem to be looking up for him.

He answered "Good" when asked how he was feeling right now.

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Following a respiratory illness in 2013, 64-year-old Travis acquired viral cardiomyopathy, a heart ailment that put him in severe condition. 

He later experienced a stroke, which necessitated brain surgery. 

His wife, Mary Davis, primarily speaks for him because he has difficulty speaking or singing as a result of the stroke, which caused him to acquire aphasia.

She told Fox News Digital, "He's incredibly devoted. We really relied on God, you know.

It's hard to realize that it has been 10 years since the stroke. 

There are truly no words to describe it, and not a day goes by that I don't simply praise God for his mercy and grace.

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