Kenny Rogers dies of natural causes at 81

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Country music legend Kenny Rogers died at the age of 81. Unfortunately, the Rogers family announced that the singer had disappeared from his Facebook page. Kenny Rogers died peacefully with his family at his home in Colbert, Georgia, Friday at 10:25 p.m. According to the repertoire of the singer-songwriter Rogers died of natural causes in a hospice, according to Variety.

Music lovers around the world remember Kenny Rogers

Suspension of Kenny Rogers Public Memorial because of Coronavirus Pandemic

Currently, the family offers a small private service.

A public commemoration will be planned at a later date in response to the emergency created by the national coronavirus disaster currently affecting the United States.

Triple Grammy winner Kenny Rogers is best known for his country/pop hits, including Gambler, Coward of the County, Through the Years and many others. Rogers is also known for his successful duets with music legends Kim Carnes, Dotty West, Dolly Parton, Linda Carter and Sheena Easton. In 2015 Kenny announced that he would retire after his farewell world tour.

Rogers’ last tour was scheduled until 2018 and included concerts in the United States, Scotland, England, Australia and Switzerland. Unfortunately Kenny had to cancel the other shows on the 5th day because of his bad health. April 2018 on the recommendation of a doctor.

The Kenny Rogers scandal became 25 years after the

During his life Roger was married five times and had five children.

Despite Kenny’s megapopularity in the music and film industry, Roger’s life has not been without scandal. As reported in Blasting News, Kenny Rogers has been fighting s*x addiction: An addict who found him in hot water more than once in his career.

In 2017 Rogers’ past came back to haunt him. One woman, who accused the singer of sexual harassment more than 25 years ago, reappeared in public claiming that even after more than two decades she had never recovered from her traumatic attack.

A woman, Lisa Applewhite, says that when I see him on television, I get angry and crazy. She went on to say: I think he’s an asshole. Lisa talked to RadarOnline and showed that she was finally ready to do a story on her site.

Apple and White claim that Rogers sexually manipulated them in their youth and naivety. She said Kenny promised her parts in movies and that he would help her get the fame she wanted.

Despite the ups and downs of Rogers’ life, the only thing he loved most in his music was his family. Rogers survived his fifth wife Wanda and his three grown-up children, sons Christopher, Kenny Jr., daughter Carol and twin sons Jordan and Justin.

Information about the Kenny Rogers Public Memorial will be announced later. Rest in peace, Kenny.

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