HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Outback Presents is set to host a momentous tribute concert this fall, celebrating the remarkable career of country music icon Randy Travis. Titled "A Heroes & Friends Tribute to Randy Travis - 1 Night, 1 Place, 1 Time," the event will take place at the Von Braun Center's Propst Arena in Huntsville, Alabama on Tuesday, October 24.

    In 2013, tragedy struck Randy Travis when he suffered a stroke, leaving him with aphasia, a rare condition that severely affects his ability to speak and sing. As a result, Travis has been unable to perform, but this upcoming tribute concert offers an opportunity to honor his enduring influence on the music industry.

    A stellar lineup of fellow singer/songwriters, some of Travis' musical 'Heroes and Friends,' will take the stage, performing many of his 23 global No. 1 hits in what promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime event.

    Mary, Randy Travis' wife, expressed her excitement about the event. "Alabama's kind of been the place where we've been this year several times, and we can't wait to get back," she said while speaking on behalf of her husband. "To sit and listen to all of these great musicians sing Randy's songs, it's heartwarming. And since he can't, and they do, we're happy for them to step in. So we're passing the torch onto them, and they're filling some beautiful shoes."

    The tribute concert aims to honor the indelible mark Randy Travis has left on the country music landscape, allowing fans and fellow artists alike to pay homage to this beloved and influential performer.