August 18

The Judds Reunite in Kenny Rogers Final Concert


Kenny Rogers is surely a highly acclaimed and well loved figure in the country music scene as mother-daughter duo, Wynonna and Naomi Judd will once again join forces as The Judds in The Gambler’s farewell concert to his fans.

Reba McEntire and Kenny Rogers
Photo Courtesy: Sounds Like Nashville

The ‘Through the Years’ singer announced that he’ll be retiring from live concerts and will hold the farewell concert in the heart of Nashville. The concert is officially entitled, All In for the Gambler: Kenny Rogers’ Farewell Concert Celebration

Also added on the line up of guests is country songstress, Reba McEntire along with Chris Stapleton and trio band Lady Antebellum. When asked about how he feels about the lineup of guests, Kenny Rogers only has kind words and admiration to the artists gracing his event:

“It is a great honor to learn that my friends Reba, Lady Antebellum, Chris Stapleton, Wynonna, and The Judds will be performing at this show,

I admire each one of them for the music they create and for the integrity that is always evident in their work. Having them be a part of this once-in-a-lifetime night is going to make things even more exciting for me. I appreciate them doing this, and all of the other artists who will perform, more than they know.”

Keith Wortman who is the producer of the said farewell concert shared with fans how the Kenny Rogers farewell event is a life-changing one:

“Like millions of fans around the world, Kenny Rogers has been the soundtrack of my life. As he finishes out this beautiful victory lap of touring life, I am honored and privileged to create and produce a show celebrating this special artist on this monumental occasion.”

In other news, Kenny Rogers also gave his words of admiration to the departed Glen Campbell:

“I’ll remember him as a wonderful person for whom being a good person was more important than being a good singer. And that’s what everybody should remember. I hope country music can appreciate what he gave and how valuable the loss is.”


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