Randy Travis singles discography

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Randy Travis discography
Singles 54
Music videos 30
No.1 Single 23

Randy Travis is an American country music singer. His singles discography comprises fifty-four singles and thirty music videos.

Although Travis's first two singles, (including two which were credited under his birth name of Randy Traywick), fared poorly, Travis broke through on the country charts in 1985 with the single "1982", his second release for Warner Bros. Records. After this came a re-release of "On the Other Hand", which in 1985 became his first Number One country hit. Throughout the 1980s, Travis reached Number One with all but two of his single releases. His chart success continued into the mid-1990s, interrupted only by the two single releases from the side project Wind in the Wire, which both missed Top 40.

By 1996, Travis' chart success was waning, with none of the singles from Full Circle reaching higher than number 24. After this album, he switched to DreamWorks Records, where he charted three straight Top Ten hits from the album You and You Alone. After "Spirit of a Boy, Wisdom of a Man", however, he again lost chart momentum, and switched his focus to gospel music, signing to the Christian music label Word Records. Except for the Number One hit "Three Wooden Crosses" in 2003, Travis' Word Records releases have been largely unsuccessful at country radio. In 2009, Travis once again found Top Ten success when Carrie Underwood covered his 1987 hit "I Told You So" and re-released it as a duet with him.

Out of Travis's fifty-four solo singles, sixteen have reached Number One on the U.S. Billboard country singles charts, and thirteen more have reached Top Ten. His longest-lasting Number One is "Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart", which spent four weeks at the top of the country charts in 1990. Four of his solo singles have also had success on the Billboard Hot 100, with the highest being "Three Wooden Crosses" at number 31, although the Carrie Underwood duet reached number 9 on the same chart.


1970s and 1980s[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
US Country
CAN Country
1978 "I'll Take Any Willing Woman" Randy Traywick
(as Randy Traywick)
"She's My Woman" 91
1985 "On the Other Hand" 67 Storms of Life
"1982" 6 5
1986 "On the Other Hand" (re-release) 1 1
"Diggin' Up Bones" 1 1
"No Place Like Home" 2 1 24
1987 "Forever and Ever, Amen" 1 1 10 55 Always & Forever
"I Won't Need You Anymore (Always and Forever)" 1 1
"Too Gone Too Long" 1 1
1988 "I Told You So" 1 1
"Honky Tonk Moon" 1 1 Old 8×10
"Deeper Than the Holler" 1 1
1989 "Is It Still Over?" 1 1
"Promises" 17 12
"It's Just a Matter of Time" 1 1 No Holdin' Back
"—" denotes releases that did not chart


Year Single Peak chart
US Country
CAN Country
1990 "Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart" 1 1 No Holdin' Back
"He Walked on Water" 2 1
"A Few Ole Country Boys" (with George Jones) 8 4 Heroes & Friends
1991 "Heroes and Friends" 3 1
"Point of Light" 3 1 High Lonesome
"Forever Together" 1 1
"Better Class of Losers" 2 2
1992 "I'd Surrender All" 20 13
"If I Didn't Have You" 1 1 Greatest Hits, Volume 1
"Look Heart, No Hands" 1 1 Greatest Hits, Volume 2
1993 "An Old Pair of Shoes" 21 24 Greatest Hits, Volume 1
"Cowboy Boogie" 46 10 Wind in the Wire
"Wind in the Wire" 65
1994 "Before You Kill Us All" 2 2 This Is Me
"Whisper My Name" 1 1
"This Is Me" 5 1
1995 "The Box" 7 2
1996 "Are We in Trouble Now" 24 18 Full Circle
"Would I" 25 18
1997 "Price to Pay" 60 92
"King of the Road" 51 74 Traveller (soundtrack)
1998 "Out of My Bones" 2 64 1 You and You Alone
"The Hole"[A] 9 105 4
1999 "Spirit of a Boy, Wisdom of a Man' 2 42 7
"Stranger in My Mirror" 16 81 20
"A Man Ain't Made of Stone" 16 82 24 A Man Ain't Made of Stone
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

2000s and 2010s[edit]

Year Single Peak chart
US Country
2000 "Where Can I Surrender"[B] 48 A Man Ain't Made of Stone
"A Little Left of Center" 54
"I'll Be Right Here Loving You" 68
"Baptism"[C] 75 Inspirational Journey
2001 "America Will Always Stand" 59 N/A
2002 "Three Wooden Crosses" 1 31 Rise and Shine
2003 "Pray for the Fish" 48
"Above All" Worship & Faith
2004 "Four Walls" 46 Passing Through
"Angels" 48
2008 "Faith in You" Around the Bend
"Dig Two Graves"
2009 "Turn It Around"
2011 "Everything and All" (with Brad Paisley) Anniversary Celebration
2012 "More Life" (with Don Henley)
2013 "Tonight I'm Playin' Possum" (with Joe Nichols) Influence Vol. 1: The Man I Am
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Other singles[edit]

Christmas singles[edit]

Year Single Album
1986 "White Christmas Makes Me Blue" An Old Time Christmas
1988 "An Old Time Christmas"

Featured singles[edit]

Year Single Artist Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales threshold)
US Country
CAN Country
1991 "We're Strangers Again" Tammy Wynette 49 75 Best Loved Hits
"Voices That Care" Various Artists 11 N/A
1998 "Same Old Train" 59 Tribute to Tradition
2009 "I Told You So" Carrie Underwood 2 9 18 129 N/A
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Director
1986 "On The Other Hand" (live)
"No Place Like Home"
1987 "Forever and Ever Amen" Jack Cole
1988 "I Told You So" Ethan Russell
1989 "Is It Still Over?" John Jopson
"Promises" (live)
"It's Just a Matter of Time" Richard Perry/Mitchell Sinoway
"Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" Jim Shea
1990 "He Walked on Water" Mark Coppos
"Heroes and Friends"
1991 "Point of Light" (live)
"Voices That Care" David S. Jackson
"Better Class of Losers" Jim Shea
1992 "If I Didn't Have You"
"Look Heart, No Hands"
1993 "An Old Pair of Shoes"
"Cowboy Boogie"
"Wind in the Wire"
1994 "Before You Kill Us All" Peter Israelson
"Whisper My Name" Dick Buckley
"This Is Me" Gerry Wenner
1995 "The Box" Jim Shea
1996 "Are We in Trouble Now"
"Would I" Mark Kalbfeld
1998 "Out of My Bones" Joe Murray
"The Hole"
"Spirit of a Boy, Wisdom of a Man"
1999 "A Man Ain't Made of Stone" David Cass
2003 "Three Wooden Crosses" (live)
2005 "Angels" Peter Zavadil
2008 "Faith in You" Tue Walin Storm
"Dig Two Graves"
2011 "Everything and All" Peter Zavadil
2013 "Tonight I'm Playin' Possum"[11] Gary Halvorson


  • A^ "The Hole" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart at number five.[12]
  • B^ "Where Can I Surrender" also peaked at number 71 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart.[2]
  • C^ Also known as "Down with the Old Man (Up with the New)".