Randy Travis makes rare public appearance

Randy travis Dolly PartonRandy Travis, Dolly Parton and Janie Fricke
Photo: People/Luke Myszka 

Wow! Randy Travis looks really, really good. 

The singer made a very rare public appearance on Saturday when he attended a Dolly Parton concert in Thackerville, Oklahoma.

According to People, Dolly gave her friend a special shout-out.

"There are some people you just love and admire for their talents. Tonight, one of those people are here," she said. "Randy Travis, wherever you are, I hope you are enjoying the show." 

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After the show, Travis headed backstage where he took the above photo with Dolly as well as Janie Fricke. 

"It was so great to have Randy at my show," Parton later told People. "He was looking good and doing great."

Randy's public appearances have been few and far between since his multiple medical issues, including a stroke and brain surgery, last summer. It's really great to see him out and about and looking so healthy. 

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