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Kenny Rogers

It took several tries before Kenny Rogers became a star. As a member of the First Edition (and the New Christy Minstrels before that), he shared in some million-sellers, among them "Reuben James" and "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town," an excellent Mel Tillis song about a disabled veteran. But superstardom lay ahead for this Texan, and it arrived in the late '70s. His experience with the two previous pop groups had prepared him well: he knew the easy listening audience was out there, and he supplied them with well-done middle-of-the-road songs with a country flavor. Having gone solo, in 1976 Rogers charted with "Love Lifted Me." But it was with an outstanding song by writers Roger Bowling and Hal Bynum, "Lucille," that his star shot upward.

The rest (as they say) is history: award-winning duets with Dottie West and Dolly Parton, 12 TV specials, another song of the year with "The Gambler," "Daytime Friends," "Coward of the County," "We've Got Tonight," "Crazy," "Lady" (his first pop number one), etc., etc., etc. And that's just the musical side of Rogers. In 1980, the made-for-TV movie The Gambler blasted the competition, followed quickly by Coward of the County, then enough sequels to The Gambler to get him to Roman numeral IV. Throughout the '80s, Rogers remained a celebrity, even when his sales were declining. Even during the '90s, when he rarely charted, his name, face, and music were recognizable in a series of concerts, television specials, films, and even fast-food restaurants.

Like many country superstars, Rogers came from humble roots. Born in Houston, Texas, Rogers and his seven siblings were raised in one of the poorest sections of town. Nevertheless, he progressed through high school, all the while learning how to play guitar and fiddle. When he was a senior, he played in a rockabilly band called the Scholars, who released three singles, including "Kangewah," which was written by Louella Parsons. Following his graduation, he released two singles, "We'll Always Fall in Love Again" and "For You Alone," on the local independent label Carlton. The B-side of the first single, "That Crazy Feeling," was popular enough to earn him a slot on American Bandstand. In 1959, he briefly attended the University of Texas, but he soon dropped out to play bass in the jazz combo the Bobby Doyle Three. While he was with the group, Rogers continued to explore other musical venues and played bass on Mickey Gilley's 1960 single "Is It Wrong." The Bobby Doyle Three released one album, In a Most Unusual Way, before Rogers left the group to play with the Kirby Stone Four. He didn't stay long with Stone and soon landed a solo record contract with Mercury.

Rogers released a handful of singles on Mercury, all of which failed. Once Mercury dropped the singer, he joined the New Christy Minstrels in 1966. He stayed with the folk group for a year, leaving with several other bandmembers -- Mike Settle, Terry Williams, and Thelma Lou Camacho -- in 1967 to form the First Edition. Adding drummer Mickey Jones, the First Edition signed with Reprise and recorded the pop-psychedelic single "Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)." The single became a hit early in 1968, climbing to number five. Within a year, the group was billed as Kenny Rogers & the First Edition, and in the summer of 1969, they had their second and final Top Ten hit, "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town." The country overtones of the single hinted at the direction Rogers was taking, as did the minor hit follow-up, "Ruben James." For the next two years, the First Edition bounced between country, pop, and mild psychedelia, scoring their last big hit with Mac Davis' "Something's Burning" in early 1970. By the end of 1972, the group had its own syndicated television show, but sales were drying up. They left Reprise the following year, signing to Rogers' new label, Jolly Rogers. None of their singles became major hits, though a version of Merle Haggard's "Today I Started Loving You Again" reached the lower regions of the country charts late in 1973. Rogers left the group in 1974, and the band broke up the following year.

At the time the band broke up, Rogers was severely in debt and Jolly Rogers was out of business. In order to jump-start his career, he signed to United Artists in 1975, and with the help of producer Larry Butler, he devised an accessible, radio-ready, and immaculately crafted take on country-pop that leaned toward adult contemporary pop, not country. "Love Lifted Me," his debut single for the label, was a minor hit early in 1976, but it took a full year for Rogers to have a genuine breakthrough hit with "Lucille." Climbing to number one early in 1977, "Lucille" not only was a major country hit, earning the Country Music Association's Single of the Year award, but it also was a huge crossover success, peaking at number five on the pop charts. For the next six years, Rogers had a steady string of Top Ten hits on both the country and pop charts.

His crossover success is important -- his lush, easy listening productions and smooth croons showed that country stars could conquer the pop audience, if produced and marketed correctly. During the late '70s and early '80s, much of country radio was dominated either by urban cowboy or country-pop in the vein of Rogers' own singles. Between 1978 and 1980, he had five straight number one country singles -- "Love or Something Like It," "The Gambler," "She Believes in Me," "You Decorated My Life," "Coward of the County" -- most of which also reached the pop Top Ten. In addition to his solo hits, he had a series of Top Ten duets with Dottie West, including the number one hits "Every Time Two Fools Collide" (1978), "All I Ever Need Is You" (1979), and "What Are We Doin' in Love" (1981). Not only did his singles sell well, but so did his albums, with every record he released between 1976's Kenny Rogers and 1984's Once Upon a Christmas going gold or platinum.

By the beginning of the '80s, Rogers' audience was as much pop as it was country, and singles like his cover of Lionel Richie's "Lady" confirmed that fact, spending six weeks at the top of the pop charts. Rogers also began performing duets with pop singers like Kim Carnes ("Don't Fall in Love with a Dreamer," number three country, number four pop, 1980) and Sheena Easton ("We've Got Tonight," number one country, number six pop, 1983). Rogers also began making inroads into television and film, appearing in a number of TV specials and made-for-TV movies, including 1982's Six Pack and two movies based on his songs "The Gambler" and "Coward of the County." Late in 1983, he left United Artists/Liberty for RCA Records, releasing a duet with Dolly Parton called "Islands in the Stream" as his first single for the label. Written by the Bee Gees and produced by Barry Gibb, the record became one of his biggest hits, spending two weeks on the top of both the country and pop charts.

Rogers stayed at RCA for five years, during which time he alternated between MOR, adult contemporary pop, and slick country-pop. The hits didn't come as often as they used to, and they were frequently competing with releases from Liberty's vaults, but he managed to log five number one singles for the label, in addition to "Islands in the Stream": "Crazy" (1984), "Real Love" (1985), "Morning Desire" (1985), "Tomb of the Unknown Love" (1986), and the Ronnie Milsap duet "Make No Mistake, She's Mine" (1987). Despite his country successes, he no longer had pop crossover hits. Nevertheless, Rogers' concerts continued to be popular, as did his made-for-TV movies. Still, the lack of blockbuster records meant that RCA failed to renew his contract when it expired in 1988. Rogers returned to his first label, Reprise, where he had one major hit -- 1989's Top Ten "The Vows Go Unbroken (Always True to You)," taken from the gold album Something Inside So Strong -- before his singles started charting in the lower half of the Top 40.

Throughout the late '80s and '90s, Rogers kept busy with charity work, concerts, his fast-food chain Kenny Rogers' Roasters, television specials, movies, and photography, publishing no less than two books, Kenny Rogers' America and Kenny Rogers: Your Friends and Mine, of his photos. Rogers continued to record, releasing albums nearly every year, but they failed to break beyond his large, devoted fan base and only made a slight impact on the charts. With 1998's Christmas from the Heart, he established his own record label, Dreamcatcher; She Rides Wild Horses followed a year later, and There You Go Again was issued in mid-2000. A&E Live by Request appeared in 2001, followed by Back to the Well in 2003, Me & Bobby McGee in 2004, and Water & Bridges in 2006.

At this point in his career, unable to hit the pop or country charts any longer, Rogers repositioned himself as a nostalgic brand in the middle, releasing 2011's The Love of God, a collection of gospel hymns and inspirational songs, only through Cracker Barrel locations (the album was re-released a year later by the Gaither Music Group under the title Amazing Grace). In 2012 he issued an autobiography, Luck or Something Like It: A Memoir, and the following year he received the honor of an induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame. A new deal with Warner Bros. Nashville yielded You Can't Make Old Friends, his first major-label, big-budget release in seven years, and he promoted it with a major tour and even appeared at England's legendary Glastonbury Festival. The album's October 2013 release was preceded by the title-track duet with longtime friend Dolly Parton. In late 2015 Rogers returned to a familiar genre, releasing Once Again It's Christmas, his first holiday album in 17 years. ~ David Vinopal & Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography


Track List: You Can't Make Old Friends

1. You Can't Make Old Friends (Duet With Dolly Parton)

2. All I Need Is One

3. You Had To Be There

4. 'Merica

5. Turn This World Around

6. Dreams Of The San Joaquin

7. Don't Leave Me In The Night Time

8. Look At You

9. Neon Horses

10. When You Love Someone

11. It's Gonna Be Easy Now


Track List: Discovery Vaults

1. The Greatest

2. Buy Me A Rose

3. She Rides Wild Horses

4. Slow Dance More

5. I Will Remember You

6. There You Go Again

7. All That You Could Be

8. He Will, She Knows

9. Homeland

10. Until Forever's Gone


Track List: Amazing Grace

1. I'll Fly Away

2. The Rock Of Your Love

3. What A Friend We Have In Jesus

4. Circle Of Friends

5. Will The Circle Be Unbroken

6. For The Love Of God

7. Amazing Grace

8. Peace

9. In The Sweet By And By

10. Grace

11. Leaning On The Everlasting Arms

12. He Showed Me Love


Track List: Ten Years Of Gold

1. Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town

2. Reuben James

3. But You Know I Love You

4. Something's Burning

5. Just Dropped In

6. Lucille

7. Daytime Friends

8. While The Feeling's Good

9. Love Lifted Me


Track List: Water & Bridges

1. Water & Bridges

2. Someone Is Me

3. Someone Somewhere Tonight

4. I Can't Unlove You

5. Calling Me

6. Half A Man

7. I Can Feel You Drifting

8. The Last Ten Years ( Superman)

9. You'll Know Love

10. My Petition

11. One Life


Track List: American Classic Songbook

1. Stardust

2. My Funny Valentine

3. Always

4. Misty

5. As Time Goes By

6. When I Fall In Love

7. I Only Have Eyes For You

8. It Had To Be You

9. Unforgettable

10. Crazy

11. I Can't Help Falling In Love

12. Have I Told You Lately (That I Love You)


Track List: 42 Ultimate Hits

Disc 1

1. Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)

2. Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town

3. Reuben James

4. Something's Burning

5. Tell It All Brother

6. Love Lifted Me

7. Lucille

9. Sweet Music Man

11. Love Or Something Like It

13. The Gambler

15. She Believes In Me

17. You Decorated My Life

18. Coward Of The County

20. Love The World Away

21. Lady

Disc 2

2. I Don't Need You

3. Share Your Love With Me

5. Through The Years

6. Love Will Turn You Around

7. A Love Song

8. We've Got Tonight

11. Buried Treasure

12. Crazy

13. Morning Desire

15. Twenty Years Ago

17. The Greatest

19. It's A Beautiful Life


Track List: Back To The Well

1. Back To The Well

2. LIsten To The Rain

3. 727 East Magnolia Avenue

4. Undercover (feat. Dolly Parton)

5. Prairie Wedding

6. I'm Missing You

7. It's A Beautiful Life

8. Tears In God's Eyes

9. Harder Cards

10. Handprints On The Wall

11. Owe Them More Than That (feat. Tim McGraw)

12. Love Like This


Track List: Kenny Rogers: Love Songs Volume 2

2. Love, Love, Love

3. All My Life

4. Love Or Something Like It

5. We've Got Tonight

6. Love Song

9. I Don't Need You

10. You Are So Beautiful


Track List: There You Go Again

1. There You Go Again

2. He Will, She Knows

3. I Wish I Could Say That

4. Homeland

5. When We Made Love

6. Until Forever's Gone

7. Crazy Me

8. Blue Train

9. I Do It For Your Love

10. What That Means

11. I Won't Forget

12. All That You Could Be


Track List: Simply The Best - His Greatest Hits

1. Lady

3. Don't Fall In Love With A Dreamer

4. Lucille

5. Coward Of The County

6. Love The World Away

7. Sweet Music Man

8. The Gambler

9. All My Life

10. Love Or Something Like It

11. I Don't Need You

12. Through The Years

13. You Decorated My Life

14. Share Your Love With Me

15. Love Will Turn You Around

16. Daytime Friends

18. She Believes In Me


Track List: She Rides Wild Horses

1. Slow Dance More

2. Buy Me A Rose

3. I Will Remember You

4. Love Don't Live Here Anymore

5. She Rides Wild Horses

6. The Kind Of Fool Love Makes

7. Loving Armes

8. I Can't Make You Love Me

9. Let It Be Me

10. The Greatest


Track List: Kenny Rogers

Disc 1

1. Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town

2. Goodtime Liberator

3. Me And Bobby McGee

4. Where Does Rosie Go?

5. Shine On Ruby Mountain

6. Poem For My Little Lady

7. Ticket To Nowhere

8. Loser

9. Heed The Call

10. Tell It All Brother

11. Love Woman

Disc 2

1. Elvira

2. Reuben James

3. Always Leaving, Always Gone

4. For The Good Times

5. All God's Lonely Children

6. Lay It Down

7. Sunshine

8. Homemade Lie

9. What Am I Gonna Do?

10. Good Lady Of Toronto


Track List: Through The Years: A Retrospective

Disc 1

3. That Crazy Feeling

5. For You Alone

13. Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)

15. Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town

16. Reuben James

17. Something's Burning

18. Tell It All Brother

Disc 2

1. Lucille

2. Daytime Friends

3. Love Or Something Like It

4. The Gambler

5. Every Time Two Fools Collide

6. She Believes In Me

7. You Decorated My Life

8. Coward Of The County

9. All I Ever Need Is You

10. Lady

12. I Don't Need You

13. Love Will Turn You Around

14. We've Got Tonight

16. Crazy

18. Morning Desire

19. Tomb Of The Unknown Love

Disc 3

1. Love Lifted Me

3. While The Feeling's Good

4. Sweet Music Man

8. Love The World Away

9. Share Your Love With Me

11. Through The Years

12. Love Song

13. All My Life

16. Buried Treasure

Disc 4

3. Twentieth Century Fool

4. Love Is What We Make It

5. Twenty Years Ago

6. They Don't Make Them Like They Used To

8. Goodbye Marie

9. I Prefer The Moonlight

10. The Factory

11. When You Put Your Heart In It

12. Planet Texas

14. The Vows Go Unbroken (Always True To You)

16. Love Is Strange

17. If You Want To Find Love

18. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?

19. Unforgettable

20. Write Your Name Across My Heart


Track List: Love Songs

1. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You

2. As Time Goes By

3. Endless Love

4. Unforgettable

5. I Only have Eyes For You

6. Evergreen

7. Misty

8. She believes In me

9. Always

10. When I fall In Love


Track List: A Decade Of Hits

1. Morning Desire

2. The Vows Go Unbroken

3. Burned Treasure

4. Islands In The Stream

5. Crazy

6. What About Me

7. Twenty Years Ago

8. Make No Mistake, She's Mine

9. Tomb Of The Unknown Love

10. I Prefer The Moonlight


Track List: Back Home Again

1. If You Want To Find Love

2. Bed Of Roses

3. Someone Must Feel Like A Fool Tonight

4. Two Good Reasons

5. Some Prisons Don't Have Walls

6. They Just Don't Make 'Em Like You Anymore

7. When You Were Loving Me

8. Sunshine

9. I'll Be There For You

10. How Do I Break It To My Heart


Track List: Great 20 Years

1. Lucille

2. Lady

3. The Gambler

4. She Believes In Me

5. Coward Of The County

6. You Decorated My Life

7. Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town

8. Don't Fall In Love With A Dreamer

9. Daytime Friends

10. Something's Burning


Track List: Love Is Strange

1. Love Is Strange (feat. Dolly Parton)

2. Soldier Of Love

3. Listen To The Rain

4. If I Were A Painting

5. Crazy In Love

6. Lay My Body Down

7. So Little Love In The World

8. Walk Away

9. In Our Old Age

10. What I Did For Love


Track List: Something Inside So Strong

1. Planet Texas

2. (Something Inside) So Strong

3. If I Knew Then What I Know Now (feat. Gladys Knight)

4. One Night

5. There Lies The Difference

6. If I Ever Fall In Love Again (feat. Anne Murray)

7. When You Put Your Heart In It

8. The Vows Go Unbroken (Always True To You)

9. Maybe (feat. Holly Dunn)

10. Love The Way You Do


Track List: What About Me?

1. What About Me

2. The Night Goes On

3. Dream Dancin'

4. Two Hearts One Love

5. I Don't Want To Know Why

6. Didn't We

7. Somebody Took My Love

8. Crazy

9. The Stranger

10. Heart To Heart


Track List: You Can't Make Old Friends (Duet With Dolly Parton) (Single)

1. You Can't Make Old Friends (Duet With Dolly Parton)


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P.S thank Kenny
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I've been married for 18 yrs. This song is do true. Marriage is give and take and loving your partner especially when times are tough. I love my husband more today than the day I married him.
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ogers love your new Hi Kenny Rogers love all your songs from you know who one of your fans. Luv ya always !!!!!song
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You, me, us!!!❤️����
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This is how love should be
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My forevermore love song of kenny rogers touches my heart deep down inside !
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To StevenLyons I just want you to know that I love your comment for JustinClark too fun!!!
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Take a breath. Count to ten. Make a wish. Come with me.
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#KENNYROGERS ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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Through the Years by Kenny Rogers is my favorite song!!!
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Great memories, marishoe luv you big sis
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Absolutely LOVE Kenny Rogers!!!
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Are they talking about me? I am the biggest dreamer of all times lol. Love Kenny
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Kenny Rodgers.
Great singer...
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I love his songs
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So did u play TAG ? Or not
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Did you ever play TAG ? As child ? YIURE IT !!! Lol
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Lady,beautif u l music,Kenny very special vocals.
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Grew up.hearing his songs love them true love dongs
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I am touched by the song. I feel truly like a loved women. . Like alady.
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"Kenny in Tacoma" 1980's Wow!!! "Sang to the hearts" Fans swayed!
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Saw Kenny Rogers in Tennessee many years ago singing "Ruby"
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Kenny Rogers is the man!
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Kenny u r amazing! I love the song islands in the dream with dolly parton!!
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Who cares lol ..

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Dag moy riy hehehehe .....
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Wahahahaha motel !!!!
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Never stop talking but to me hehehehe stop me, see y'aa....
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Wahahaha nice song until we realize we're not that good huh
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Kenny you the man Kenny Rogers roasters.
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You got to know when to hold dem. Know when to fold dem. Know when to walk away. Know when to run.
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Yea Kenny my mom was your biggest fan !!!!!! Michelle hickey !!! From Philadelphia !!! Now I am also ! Thomas j smith !!!
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Lucille: I love this, not only for me, but my for my son Tom, we use to sing along. He would sign with heart, loved Kenny R....., Also loved The Gambler.
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What a voice. Classic Kenny Rogers!!
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Great Song. Kenny Rogers!!
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I am STILL IN LOVE with Kenny Rogers, even though he snubbed me at a concert in Duluth MN.
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This is such a fun song! Kenny is right on!
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Love love sweet
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he was great in the late 70s but he turned crap pop country in the 80s, i wouldnt pay a dirty nickel for his latter crap. he is a joke
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Here is one of greatest singers ever!!!!
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kenny rogers has always had great songs
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