Is Randy Travis in the CBS game show's audience?

Randy Travis, a 23-time country chart-topper and member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, continues to keep one of the busiest public appearance schedules in the genre.   

The artist behind "Forever and Ever, Amen" will be on CBS's "The Price Is Right" on Tuesday.   

At 11 a.m. ET/10 a.m. PT, network television's highest-rated daytime series and the longest-running game show in television history will air.   

Travis was in Los Angeles for the "Price Is Right" taping as a special guest of host Drew Carey, accompanied with his wife Mary Davis, family, and soulful pianist Jacob Tolliver.   

Randy Travis pays respect to the lighting tech who was shot and died, saying, "The stage has gone dim."   

Travis, a self-described "Price Is Right" viewer, had a front-row seat but wasn't a contestant on the show.   

Additionally, he received a "Price is Right" name badge, snapped photos on "Bidders Row," and visited the backstage area to view "The Big Wheel" and the "Plinko" board that were utilized for the showcase clash.   

Ten years have passed since Travis, a native of Texas, experienced a stroke and congestive heart failure in July 2013.   

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