Instead of singing “Sweet Music Man” like he did at the Opry, Vince remembered Rogers through a performance of his gospel song…
The country music world was rocked on March 21, 2020 when the legendary Kenny Rogers’ family informed fans and friends that he had passed away at the age of 81.
Rogers and Richie’s friendship started in the 1980s after Richie wrote and produced the song “Lady…”
Shaney, a huge fan of country music, shares with the judges he’s even been to see Kenny Rogers.
While many others have recorded “Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town” over the years, including George Jones and Jerry Reed, Rogers’ name is the one that most often comes up…
Paying tribute to Cyrus’ godmother Dolly Parton and her frequent duet partner Kenny Rogers, the duo sang “Islands in the Stream,” dressed exactly like the country legends.
A talented young Voice finalist was joined on stage by coach Blake Shelton for a winning performance of classic country song “Islands in the Stream.” Emily Ann Roberts was joined on stage by her coach, Blake, in the finale of the ninth season in this tribute to Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. Posted by Kenny Rogers on Wednesday, September 19, 2018 “Islands in the stream that is what we […] More
The two of them blew kisses to Parton once they were done singing…
Clad in a black cowboy hat, Blake Shelton took the stage at the Cracker Barrel Country Songs of the Year Concert in 2006.
In the early 90s, Gaither Vocal Band members Mark Lowry and Buddy Greene wrote a song together title “Mary Did You Know.” The song was first recorded by Christian singer Michael English, and later by the Gaither Vocal Band in 1998 for their Christmas album Still the Greatest Story Ever Told. There's a feeling in the air […] More
With 47 million views and counting, this ballad titled “Lady,” written by the one-and-only Lionel Richie continues to make women swoon with the smooth combination of Rogers’ velvety voice coincided with an incredibly well-written story of undying love.
Uncle Kracker just keeps amazing us! In 2011, Uncle Kracker stopped by KUPL FM in Portland, Oregon, and sang a few songs in the Bing Lounge. One of those songs was Kenny Roger’s famous tune, “The Gambler“. Uncle Kracker put his own spin to it, but his stayed true to this classic. Uncle Kracker is known for his […] More