Randy Travis’ ‘More Life’ documentary available for download


the more life documentary on the life of Randy Travis from the 25th anniversary celebration of his debut album storms of life to His Present Life After the Stroke He Suffered in 2013 premiered on The Circle Network on February 10. But for those who missed it or want to own their own copy for posterity, you’re finally in luck.

more life has just been made available for download through itunes for $9.99. Or if you don’t use iTunes and/or don’t want to pay and have a little patience, the entire movie will be streamed FREE via YouTube in installments via Randy’s YouTube channel, with new episodes in a seven episode series published every two weeks. The first episode is already available (see below).

“Although this documentary started out as a 25th anniversary special, it quickly turned into a chronic celebration of life’s set-ups and setbacks, following my massive stroke in 2013,” Randy Travis says of the movie. “The planned few months of songwriting turned into 10 years – Mary and I thank the perseverance and patience of the wonderful team who waited and believed in them until the end…those who care and protect the legacy of my music.”

One of the features that makes the film stand out is that it captures Randy Travis in the final moments of his career just before the stroke. Hours of performances and interviews have been collected, including the latest footage of Randy Travis performing such iconic hits as “Deeper Than The Holler”, Diggin’ Up Bones”, “Three Wooden Crosses”, and some of the last moments of Randy before he was weakened by the blow.

Along with Randy and his wife Mary appearing in the film, Warner Music Nashville executive Martha Sharp, who gave Randy his first recording contract, Randy’s longtime producer Kyle Lehning, as well as Josh Turner appear and plays in the movie.

more life was directed and produced by Shaun Silva and Tacklebox Films with Shane Tarleton and WMN’s Mike Dupree serving as executive producers.


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