Kenny Rogers will treat fans to a very festive holiday season this winter. The Country Music Hall of Famer will perform holiday favorites alongside his classics throughout the U.S. and Canada with his 33rd Christmas tour.
“My shoes are plastic but then again so is the rest of me,” she jokes. “You’re dying to see this hairdo go down the drain, ain’t you?”
Kellie Pickler is in the early stages of compiling her fifth studio album. In a recent interview, she talked about the process, plus her recent experience performing with Kenny Rogers.
Now, fans can get to know the man behind “The Gambler” during a streamed interview next month.
“Hits come and go but the Hall of Fame is forever. There’s only 130 people in there. That’s pretty rare air,” Kenny Rogers told Radio.com.
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Dolly Parton says her new album, ‘Blue Smoke’, which will be released in conjunction with her world tour, is a reflection of her many musical sides.
“Country music is really the white man’s rhythm and blues. It’s where all the pain is. Once you get to country you can’t go back because there’s no other music that’s that honest.”
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“When we did ‘Islands in the Stream’ we connected musically, when we did ‘You Can’t Make Old Friends’ we connected personally,” Rogers said. “For me, it’s not important that it’s a hit song but it’s important historically to have it on tape.”
The Rogers/Parton duet “You Can’t Make Old Friends” is the lead single from the Country Music Hall of Fame member’s upcoming album of the same name, due October 8.
Kenny Rogers, Bobby Bare, and ‘Cowboy’ Jack Clement will be the newest members of the Country Music Hall of Fame, the genre’s highest honor.