Country • 44m
On March 28, 2011, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed Kenny Rogers for an intimate conversation, where Rogers discussed his humble roots, iconic career, and collection of classic and inspirational songs. Though theoretically a country singer, Kenny Rogers dominated the pop charts, consistently finding songs with universal appeal. For over five decades, Rogers gave us countless hits like “Lady,” “The Gambler,” “Islands in the Stream,” and more, all which remain classics today. During the event, Rogers discusses his humble roots as a young musician in Texas, his experiences at the height of superstardom and his album “The Love of God.”
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