The country singer Kenny Rogers dies at age 81


Kenny Rogers, legend of the musical genre countrysinger, songwriter and american actor, has deceased Friday, march 20, at age 81, as reported by the agent, Keith, Do. Kenny was one of the greatest exponents of music in the united States, and her loss has brought mourning to his fans and to the music industry, and country.

From Houston, Texas, Kenneth Ray Rogers, artistically called Kenny Rogersbegan his musical career from the 70’s. His first big success was the song “Lucille”, which won the first places of popularity in the music charts. Kennynot only was a great exponent of the country, but also pop.

Among his hits country are “Lady”, “Islands In The Stream” song that was a duet with the singer Dolly Parton, and “The Gambler”, this last was the main theme of the tape with the same name where Kenny Rogers is desenvolvería perfectly as an actor.

Winner of three Grammy awards, television actor, one of the musicians of the country and pop most romantic of the united States; considered one of the superstars of the music in the 70’s and 80’s. His particular voice and his galanura were one of the main reasons why the people loved their songs.

Dies Kenny Rogers

However, on Friday, march 20, the singer Kenny Rogers passed away at his home in Sandy Springs, Georgia, united States. It is said that the death was by natural causes, as their 81-year-old already had some health issues that were being served from your house.

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After 6 decades in music, Kenny Rogers had retired from the show in 2017. Although it was one of the pioneers in implementing different sounds to their music, between jazz, folk and pop music, Kenny always preferred to be remembered and recognized as a singer-songwriter of country.