A music legend Kenny Rogers who had a lot of hits, including Coward of the County and The Gambler, has passed on at 81 years old. The Grammy-winning star, whose profession spread over six decades, “died calmly at home from normal causes under the consideration of hospice and encompassed by his family”, his delegate said in an announcement.
Rogers, who likewise appreciated accomplishment in association with Dolly Parton, had declared a goodbye visit in 2015 yet had kept performing until 2017. The Houston-conceived artist, known for his trademark imposing voice and silver facial hair, sold a huge number of records and got through into the universe of pop. He likewise picked up notoriety as an on-screen character, featuring in TV motion pictures dependent on The Gambler and different melodies, making him a whiz during the 1970s and 80s.