Legendary singer Kenny Rogers dies at 81

Kenny Rogers dies at age 81. The music industry has lost another star and his fans are
heartbroken.
Kenny’s family announced the news today. The revealed that they are immensely
disheartened to announce the death of Kenny Rogers last night at 10:25 pm at the age of
81.
Rogers won multiple awards. His family announced that he died peacefully in his house
from natural causes. He was under the care of his family members.
His family will proceed with the funeral in a small private service due to the coronavirus
outbreak. They will reveal more about his life to his fans and the public after the issue of
the COVID-19 pandemic is over.


He was a 3-time Grammy Awards and 6-time CMA Awards, winner. He started his music
career in the 1950s, he was a member of a jazz trio band. In the 1970s he debuted as a
solo singer. Some of his famous songs include ‘Lady’, ‘Through the Years’, ‘The
Gambler’, ‘Lucille’ and ‘She believes in me’.
Kenny even sang a duet song with Dolly Parton called the ‘Islands in the Stream’. His last
song performed on stage was in 2018, after that he canceled his shows due to his health
issues.


The Chief Executive of the Country Music Association mentioned that he had the
pleasure of working with him, he further stated that Kenny introduced country music to
people all over the world. He gave his condolences to his family and disclosed that Kenny
was a gracious man with a kind heart.

 

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