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Country Musician Kenny Rogers Dies At 81
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Legendary country music singer and consummate artiste Kenny Rogers has passed on.
According to a statement from the family, the 81 year old singer died peacefully at home in Sandy Springs, Georgia at 10:25 pm on Friday.
The statement read: “The Rogers family is sad to announce that Kenny Rogers passed away last night at 10:25PM at the age of 81. Rogers passed away peacefully at home from natural causes under the care of hospice and surrounded by his family.”
Rogers is known for hits such as “Blaze of Glory” (from the album Share Your Love) “The Gambler,” “Lady,” “Islands in the Stream,” and “Lucille,”
In all, Rogers had 24 No. 1 hits and was the winner of six CMA Awards and three Grammys, the family’s statement said.
He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and in 2013 he received the Country Music Association’s Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award.
Rogers led the band Kenny Rogers and The First Edition, whose hits included the Mel Tillis-written song, “Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town.”
He was born in Houston and was raised in public housing along with seven siblings. He had his first gold single at age 20 with a song called “That Crazy Feeling.”
He was admitted at Georgia hospital in May 2019 for what was termed as dehydration, amid rumours that his overall health was failing.
In 2018, Rodgers was also forced to cancel his farewell concert due to health complications.
Kenny Rogers’ songs will continue to uplift millions of his listeners to the greater purpose of planetary peace and love which he lived and worked for.
Let’s go out in a blaze of glory
All good things must end
Like two heroes in a story
Let’s go out like we came in
In a blaze of glory…