Kenny Rogers is about to say good-bye to two of his favorite places to perform -- Australia and New Zealand. The 76-year-old has announced his Farewell Down Under Tour, which will kick off on Jan. 3 in Sydney and continue through Feb. 15, marking his final performances in the countries.
With the 2014 CMA Awards just around the corner, artists and fans alike are wondering who will walk home with a gleaming award ... and who will leave empty-handed. The artists nominated for Musical Event of the Year range from long-time country stars like Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton to younge…
Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton have undeniable chemistry, both in their music and their easy, flirtatious banter on and off screen. But while the two country music superstars admit they enjoy pushing the boundaries of their decades-long friendship, they insist they've never crossed a line.
Kenny Rogers is once again hitting the road for his annual holiday tour. The Country Music Hall of Fame member has announced the dates for his Christmas and Hits Through the Years Tour, with his good friend Linda Davis serving as his special guest.
Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton are nominated for their fifth CMA Award together as a duo. The pair are in the running for Musical Event of the Year for their duet, 'You Can't Make Old Friends,' the title track from Rogers' 2013 album.