Kenneth Ray Rogers (1938 - 2020), better known as Kenny Rogers, was an American singer and songwriter. Although he was more successful in the country sphere, more than a hundred of his singles from various genres have hit the charts.
Hall of Fame member and pop superstar Kenny Rogers has earned the affection of music lovers all around the world with his amazing songs, heartfelt performances, distinctive voice, a gift for storytelling and universal appeal.
In 2016, Rogers embarked on his latest world tour with a show that celebrated his musical legacy called "The Last Gambler's Deal." The tour ended in 2017 with a grand farewell concert at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville with performances by artists such as Lionel Richie, the Flaming Lips and Idina Menzel, among others.
Some of Kenny Rogers' most famous songs are "The Gambler," "Lady," "Lucille," "Coward of the County," "She Believes In Me," and "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town "
In addition to his musical career, Kenny Rogers also unleashed his acting skills in films such as "Six Pack" and other films shot for television, often inspired by his own music. Rogers also founded his own restaurant chain and published several books of various kinds, such as photography books and even a novel.
Kenny Rogers will be remembered as an essential figure of 20th century pop and country music with songs that have been played in millions of homes.