Three-time Grammy winner, Kenny Rogers, who was identified for a string of hits together with The Gambler, Lucille and Islands In The Stream, died on the age of 81.
The household launched a press release which said, “Rogers handed away peacefully at residence from pure causes beneath the care of hospice and surrounded by his household.”
Early in his profession, Rogers led the band Kenny Rogers and The First Version, whose hits included the Mel Tillis-written track, Ruby, Don’t Take Your Like to City. Born in Houston, Rogers was raised in public housing together with seven siblings. He had his first gold single at age 20 with a track referred to as That Loopy Feeling.
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The Rogers household is unhappy to announce that Kenny Rogers handed away final night time at 10:25PM on the age of 81. Rogers handed away peacefully at residence from pure causes beneath the care of hospice and surrounded by his household. https://t.co/adxAgiMW2s pic.twitter.com/nggWiiotMT
— Kenny Rogers (@_KennyRogers) March 21, 2020