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The CMA Music Festival started with plenty of surprises last week.
During Michael Ray's outdoor performance at the Chevy Riverfront Park Stage on Thursday, the first day of the four-day fest, Ray brought Randy Travis out for a heartwarming appearance.
Travis was helped onto the stage by his wife, Mary Davis-Travis. Together, the crowd, Ray and Travis sang "Forever and Ever, (Amen)." The crowd delivered a standing ovation for Travis, who suffered from a near-fatal stroke in 2013 which left him unable to walk and speak.
As for the concert at Nissan Stadium on Thursday night, Garth Brooks walked onto the stage with an acoustic guitar and started his surprise set with "The Thunder Rolls." He sang his other hits like "The Dance" and "That Summer."
Though it wasn't planned, Garth definitely had fans in the crowd because nearly everyone was singing along with him.
"What an AWESOME week for Nashville!" the CMA Entertainer of the Year wrote on Instagram. "Thanks #CMAfest for inviting me to 'surprise' on opening night! HA! love, g"