Post Malone Gets Randy Travis’s Attention With “Three Wooden Crosses” Performance

(Left) Randy Travis / facebook, (Right) Post Malone / Getty Images

Post Malone performed a set of classic country covers at California’s Stagecoach Festival

Post Malone, who has recently become a fixture in the country music scene, was included amongst the star-studded lineup of artists who performed on Stagecoach Festival’s main stage in April. Malone surprised concertgoers with a full set of country classics, showcasing his versatility and paying homage to the genre.

The set included “Don’t Take The Girl” by Tim McGraw, “Check Yes or No” by George Strait, “Who’s Your Daddy?” by Toby Keith, and many more iconic country tunes.


Post Malone performs “Three Wooden Crosses”

During the memorable set, Post Malone treated the Stagecoach crowd of over 80,000 country music fans to the beloved Randy Travis song, “Three Wooden Crosses.”

“Three Wooden Crosses” was written by Kim Williams and Doug Johnson and was released by Randy Travis on his 2002 album Rise and Shine. It quickly reached the top of the charts and became Travis’s 16th career No. 1 hit. The song was also awarded Song of the Year at the 2003 CMA Awards.

Randy Travis responds to Post Malone’s cover

Randy Travis caught wind of the performance and shared a video of Post Malone’s rendition on his Instagram page, expressing his gratitude that his song was included in the set. Travis wrote:

“Thank you to @PostMalone for covering the No. 1 single “Three Wooden Crosses” at @Stagecoach! “

See the video below! 


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