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15th studio album by Kenny Rogers, first released by RCA Records in August 1983. Wikipedia

  • Buried Treasure (song)

    Song written by Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb, and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers. Released as the B-side of "This Woman" in January 1984 as the third single from the album Eyes That See in the Dark. Wikipedia

  • The Heart of the Matter (Kenny Rogers album)

    RIAA Gold-certified seventeenth studio album by Kenny Rogers, released by RCA Records. Rogers' eleventh disc to reach #1 on Billboard's Country albums chart. Wikipedia

  • What About Me? (Kenny Rogers album)

    Sixteenth studio album by Kenny Rogers, released by RCA Records . Sung in trio with R&B singer James Ingram and Rogers' former New Christy Minstrels bandmate turned solo star Kim Carnes, which is a love song that reached number one on the AC charts and was also a pop and country hit., giving co-writer Richard Marx his first number one hit as a writer. Wikipedia

  • Islands in the Stream (song)

    Song written by the Bee Gees and sung by American country music artists Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. Released in August 1983 as the first single from Rogers's album Eyes That See in the Dark. Wikipedia

  • Love Will Turn You Around

    Thirteenth studio album by Kenny Rogers, released in 1982. The debut single and charted well, reaching #1 on the U.S. and Canadian country charts and adult contemporary charts, and #13 on the Hot 100 chart. Wikipedia

  • Kenny Rogers discography

    American country music singer, consists of 39 studio albums and 80 singles, 21 of which have reached Number One on the country chart. His longest-lasting Number Ones on that chart are "The Gambler" and "Coward of the County", at three weeks each. Wikipedia

  • Kenny (album)

    Eighth studio album by Kenny Rogers, released in 1979. It includes the singles "Coward of the County" and "You Decorated My Life." Wikipedia

  • Love Is What We Make It

    Eighteenth studio album by Kenny Rogers, released by Liberty Records. Collection of songs Rogers recorded between 1974 and 1983 that were rejected for his studio albums of that time. Wikipedia

  • Duets (Kenny Rogers album)

    Special 1984 album released by Liberty Records from Kenny Rogers. Issued after Rogers left the label and signed to RCA Records. Wikipedia

  • Timepiece (album)

    Twenty-sixth studio album of 1930s and 1940s jazz standards by Country music superstar Kenny Rogers, released on 143/Atlantic Records. Produced by David Foster. Wikipedia

  • Greatest Hits (1980 Kenny Rogers album)

    Second compilation album by country music superstar Kenny Rogers. Released in September 1980 and issued by Liberty Records. Wikipedia

  • 20 Greatest Hits (Kenny Rogers album)

    Compilation album by Kenny Rogers released by Liberty Records in 1983. 20 Greatest Hits marks Rogers' third compilation album as a solo artist. Wikipedia

  • Kenny Rogers (album)

    Second studio album by Kenny Rogers from United Artists Records, released worldwide in 1977. The album marked his first major solo success following the minor success of Love Lifted Me in 1976. Wikipedia

  • Back Home Again (Kenny Rogers album)

    Twenty-fourth studio album by the country music superstar Kenny Rogers. Last of Rogers' albums with Reprise Records and is the beginning of his movement between various labels, including his own label, Dreamcatcher Records, in the years to come. Wikipedia

  • The Kenny Rogers Singles Album

    Seventh studio album by Kenny Rogers. Issued in the UK by United Artists Records in 1979 and was the second Kenny Rogers album to reach the pop UK Albums Chart Top 20. Wikipedia

  • I Prefer the Moonlight

    Twentieth studio album by country singer Kenny Rogers. It reached #18 on the charts. Wikipedia

  • Once Upon a Christmas (Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton album)

    Collaborative studio album by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. Released on October 29, 1984, by RCA Records. Wikipedia

  • Song written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb and was recorded and performed by Kenny Rogers from his 1983 album Eyes That See in the Dark. Despite not being released as a single, it has been played on the radio, becoming one of Rogers' most popular songs. Wikipedia

  • The Gambler (album)

    Sixth studio album by Kenny Rogers, released by United Artists in December 1978. One of his most popular, it has established Rogers' status as one of the most successful artists of the 1970s and 1980s. Wikipedia

  • Christmas (Kenny Rogers album)

    Twelfth studio album and the first Christmas album by Kenny Rogers released in 1981. Born", "Carol of the Bells" and "My Favorite Things". Wikipedia

  • Song written by Barry and Maurice Gibb, and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers. Released in June 1984 as the third single from the album Eyes That See in the Dark. Wikipedia

  • Love Lifted Me

    First solo studio album by Kenny Rogers for United Artists Records, released in 1976. Rogers' first solo effort following the break-up of The First Edition earlier that year. Wikipedia

  • There You Go Again

    Twenty-fourth studio album by Kenny Rogers, released in 2000. His second studio album on his own Dreamcatcher Records label and produced the singles "There You Go Again", "He Will, She Knows", "Homeland" and "Beautiful ". Wikipedia

  • Gideon (album)

    Platinum-selling ninth studio album by Kenny Rogers. Issued by United Artists Records in 1980, it hit #1 on the Country albums chart and #12 on the main Billboard album chart. Wikipedia

  • Tribute (Roy Rogers album)

    Fourth studio album by American country music artist Roy Rogers, released in 1991 by RCA Records. The album peaked at number 17 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Wikipedia

  • The Ballad of Calico

    The eighth studio album by Kenny Rogers and the First Edition and released as Reprise Records 6476. It reached No. 118 on the albums chart and produced one single, "School Teacher", which reached No. 91. Wikipedia

  • Crazy (Kenny Rogers song)

    Song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers. Released in December 1984 as the second and last single from the album What About Me?, following the title song. Wikipedia

  • Share Your Love

    Eleventh studio album by country singer Kenny Rogers, released in 1981. Also Rogers' first with Liberty Records besides his Greatest Hits album. Wikipedia

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