Country Music Icon Kenny Rogers Has Died Aged 81


Kenney Rogers` family revealed that he passed away peacefully at the age of 81 at his home in Fulton County, Georgia. Rogers announced that Kenny is going to have a private service at home due to the pandemic, whereas the public memorial will be put off.

Kenny Rogers rose to fame in the 1950s, and during his successful career, he had won three Grammy awards. Through the Years, The Gambler, Islands in the Stream were some of his greatest hits.

Dolly Parton and Kenny collaborated on numerous projects, including A Christmas to Remember and You Can`t Make Old Friends. His hits had touched the hearts of millions all over the world.

Kenny married five times and had five children. Wanda, his wife, and his family announced that Rogers` funeral would be a private affair due to the viral pandemic.

Rogers also has a successful career as an actor. The producer William Baldwin expressed his great sorrow, saying that he knew what he would be doing during his quarantine.

Source: Daily Mail


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