American singer Kenny Rogers died at 81 on Friday night in Sandy Springs, Georgia. Kenny Rogers died of natural causes, the family being with him for the last few moments.
As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the family announced that only a small religious ceremony will be held, and Rogers will be honored at a later date.
Kenneth Ray “Kenny” Rogers, born August 21, 1938, is an American singer, songwriter, songwriter, actor and music producer. He became known through his collaborations with Dolly Parton and due to his appearances in movies and TV shows, such as “The Muppet Show”. In a career of almost six decades, he has released many successful songs, belonging not only to the country genre but also to other musical styles, which have ranked in the top of the American charts. His albums have sold over 120 million copies worldwide, and the American artist has been rewarded with numerous awards and accolades, including Grammy, American Music Awards and Country Music Awards.