Don't miss your final opportunity to buy Kenny Rogers tickets! The country superstar is heading out for one final tour before hanging up his cowboy boots. Making stops in cities across the country through early 2017, you don't want to miss out. Take a look at the Kenny Rogers schedule below and buy tickets to see him live in concert when he comes to a city near you!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Jan 28, 2017
|Kenny Rogers||Orange Park, FL|
Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts
Apr 07, 2017
|Kenny Rogers||Carmel, IN|
The Palladium - Center For The Performing Arts
|Current Tour:||"The Gambler's Last Deal"|
|Discography:||Love Lifted Me (1976)
Kenny Rogers (1977)
Daytime Friends (1977)
Love or Something Like It (1978)
The Gambler (1978)
Share Your Love (1981)
Love Will Turn You Around (1982)
We've Got Tonight (1983)
Eyes That See in the Dark (1983)
What About Me? (1984)
The Heart of the Matter (1985)
They Don't Make Them Like They Used To (1986)
I Prefer the Moonlight (1987)
Something Inside So Strong (1989)
Love is Strange (1990)
Back Home Again (1991)
If Only My Heart Had a Voice (1993)
Vote for Love (1996)
Across My Heart (1997)
She Rides Wild Horses (1999)
There You Go Again (2000)
Back to the Well (2003)
Water & Bridges (2006)
The Love of God (2011)
You Can't Make Old Friends (2013)
In September 2015, Kenny Rogers announced on Today that he would embark on a farewell tour in 2016. The tour is stopping in cities across the United States, including in Detroit, MI, Fort Lauderdale, FL, and Independence, MO. Kenny Rogers' final show is set to take place on April 7, 2017 at The Palladium in Carmel, IN. Get your Kenny Rogers tickets today!
Legendary country singer and actor Kenny Rogers has spent his near half century long career becoming one of the most influential people in music. From his first album with the band The First Edition to his 2006 album Water & Bridges, Kenny Rogers has built a huge fan base that spans people of all ages.
Kenny Rogers was born on August 21, 1938, in Houston, Texas. Coming from humble beginnings, Rogers spent much of his childhood learning to play the guitar and fiddle. By the time he was a senior in high school, he joined the doo-wop group The Scholars. After the split from them, he joined other musical groups including The Bobby Doyle Trio, the New Christy Minstrels and The First Edition. Kenny Rogers found the most success as a group with The First Edition, releasing thirteen albums from 1967 to 1974. But it wasn't until he left The New Edition that he began his path to becoming the transcendent artist he is. His first solo studio album was Love Lifted Me (1976), which saw moderate success. His follow up album, the self titled Kenny Rogers (1976), helped Kenny Rogers become a household name, reaching #1 on the Billboard Country chart. The album included the single "Lucille" that peaked at #1 on the charts and won Kenny Rogers a Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance.
Over the course of his storied career Kenny Rogers has recorded and released twenty-one #1 country singles off of more than thirty albums. Some of his notable albums include The Gambler (1978), which went five times platinum and included the #1 single of the same name. It also won Rogers his second Grammy for Best Male Country Vocal Performance. Other notable Kenny Rogers albums include Kenny (1979), Eyes That See in the Dark (1983), She Rides Wild Horses (1999) and Water & Bridges.
Along with being an accomplished singer, Kenny Rogers has successfully found his way into acting as well. He starred in a series of made-for-TV movies based on his song "The Gambler," starring as the lead character Brady Hawkes. He has also made appearances on shows including Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, Touched by an Angel and Reno 911!