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American singer, songwriter, musician, actor, record producer, and entrepreneur. Wikipedia

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  • Kenny Rogers discography

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  • The UK's largest music festival Glastonbury has featured major US country acts in recent years, such as Kenny Rogers in 2013 and Dolly Parton in 2014.Country music-Wikipedia
  • The label's most commercially successful artist was country artist Kenny Rogers who signed to UA in the mid-1970s, enjoying a long string of hit singles and albums.United Artists Records-Wikipedia
  • During the mid-1980s, RCA Records operated at a deficit, due in part to "overpriced deals" with pop stars including Kenny Rogers and Diana Ross.RCA Records-Wikipedia
  • Vocals for the campaign's jingle were contributed by Richie Havens (1983–84; one occasion in 1984–85) and Kenny Rogers (1985–86).CBS-Wikipedia
  • After Kenny Rogers left the label, he accused RCA for trying to ruin his career.RCA Records-Wikipedia
  • A year later, Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers recorded the Bee Gees-penned track "Islands in the Stream", which became a US and Australian No. 1 hit and entered the Top 10 in the UK.Bee Gees-Wikipedia

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