Country singer Kenny Rodgers, whose career spanned six decades, died at the age of 81, according to what his family announced, the day before yesterday.
“Rodgers died peacefully at home, surrounded by his family,” the family said in a statement.
She added that she was planning a small private ceremony, in light of the national emergency imposed by the epidemic “Coved 19”. Grammy-winning Rodgers has been known three times for many songs, most notably “The Gambler”, “Lucille” and “Islands In The Stream”. In 2018 Rodgers canceled his recent party for his farewell tour due to health concerns.
Born in Texas, Rodgers began his career in the late 1950s, and quickly set off on the music world, becoming one of the world’s most prominent musicians.