Kenny Rogers announces final world tour

Kenny Rogers announces final world tour

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Country superstar to play London as part of The Gambler’s Last Deal

At the age of 77 country legend Kenny Rogers has decided to hang up his cowboy boots for good. Heading out on his final world tour dubbed 'The Gambler's Last Deal' including a date at London's Eventim Apollo on Sat 12 Nov.

A consummate entertainer expect a night of witty banter and some of the greatest country music of all time. After almost 60 years in the business, with a recording career dating back to 1958's 'That Crazy Feeling', Rogers has sold over 120 million albums worldwide, won multiple Grammys, was inducted into the Country Hall of Fame in 2013 was awarded the CMT Artist of a Lifetime in 2015. His music crossed cross genres and generations from the Nashville heartlands to the pop charts, playing to a packed crowd on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury in 2013.

This is your last chance to hear the hits live, including breakthrough ballad 'Lucille'; the psychedelic 'Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)' as featured in The Big Lebowski, the rootin' tootin' 'The Gambler' (which spawned a series of TV movies also starring Rogers) and timeless duet 'Islands in The Stream'.

Kenny Rogers UK tour dates:
Sat 12 Nov – Eventim Apollo, London

Tickets on sale 10am Wed 23 Mar.

Kenny Rogers - "The Gambler’s Last Deal" Tour

The Grammy Award-winning American country singer celebrates almost 60 years in music with a final world tour, playing some of his biggest hits including The Gambler, Islands In The Stream, Lady, Lucille She Believes In Me and We've Got Tonight. With support from Charlie Worsham.

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1. Ram Rk24 Mar 2016, 7:10am Report

Mr. Kenny,

Why this? You are a versatile singer. Is it because of health reasons? If so I appreciate, otherwise we need a lot from you.

Wish you the best of everything.

Best regards RAM

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