Willie Nelson and Kenny Rogers have a lot of things in common. For one, they are both celebrated as country music icons. Their music has changed and shaped the current music scene with their pompous, influential, and moving songs. But ...

With over 420 hit singles in different genres, Kenny Rogers’ songs made it to the list of country classics. He can even be named a crossover king for his songs to Billboard Hot 100 charts. Although he has been long ...

Kenny Rogers’ Jackass was one of MADtv’s very best sketch offerings. The one-hour show was Fox Broadcasting Company’s effort at the sketch comedy game. It was first broadcasted to audiences in October 1995 and soon grew into the network’s staple ...

The Gambler movie series is one massive proof of how a big star Kenny Rogers is! In 1980, Kenny Rogers as The Gambler premiered on CBS, and it turned out to be such a massive-ratings hit – taking home the ...

Wynona Judd and Kenny Rogers’ “Mary, Did You Know” was recorded for Rogers’ holiday album The Gift, and it was one of the best duets in the 1990s. The Christmas song was written by Mark Lowry and Buddy Greene and ...

Kenny Rogers’ plastic surgery was the country singer’s way of reinventing himself, which he believed to be necessary for him to even more succeed in his career and stay as relevant as ever! In fact, Rogers even wrote in his ...

Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton have been friends and longtime collaborators for many years – undoubtedly one of the most successful partnerships in country music. And every time they share the stage, you’ll get nothing but pure magic. From duets ...

‘Islands in the Stream’ by Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers is an unforgettable classic. You have heard this upbeat hit single when Sunday’s Best music’s playing on your stereo. It’s a timeless piece that can never falter; even a hundred ...

It was not love at first sight between Kenny Rogers and the hit song ‘All I Ever Need Is You.’ The country crooner didn’t want to record the song when it was initially offered to him. But despite his earlier ...

“The Gambler” by Kenny Rogers was written by the Country Music Hall of Famer, Don Schlitz, in 1976. Schlitz was only twenty-three then, working as a computer operator on a graveyard shift. Moreso, it took him two years pitching the ...

Home Free’s “The Gambler” reminded fans of Kenny Rogers about the legend that once dominated the country music industry. “The Gambler” is a timeless song that forever stays in the top-tier category. Don Schlitz wrote it in August 1976.  Bobby ...

One after the other, we've seen several country music stars and all-time greats bid farewell to all of us. From one of the groundbreaking stars of our generation like Charley Pride to the all-time favorites like Kenny Rogers, they will ...