Kenny Rogers died March 20, 2020, of natural causes, at his home in Sandy Springs, Georgia, according to the family representative, Keith Hagan.
Rogers sold over 120 million albums in six decades.
The Grammy-Award winner was known for his music like “Lucille” in 1977 and “Island in The Stream” in 1983 with Dolly Parton but made his fortune from the movie, “The Gambler.” You’ve Got to know when to hold ‘em and when to fold ‘em is about more than gambling, it is about life, according to Rogers. Dolly Parton paid tribute to Kenny Rogers on Twitter Saturday (https://twitter.com/DollyParton/status/1241370371628183552). “I loved Kenny with all my heart, and my heart is broken and a big ole chunk of it is gone with him today," Parton said in the video. Rogers was married to Wanda Miller Rogers. Rogers was 81 years old. Rest in Peace Kenny “The Gambler” Rogers. We will miss you and your music will go on for generations. ©2020 Michael Lewis Global Photography, All Rights Reserved
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