Kenny Rogers BioGraphy

Representatives of the star noted that death was due to natural causes. Cult country music creator Kenny Rogers died March 20, 2020. He passed away at the age of 81 in his own home in Sandy Springs, Georgia. On the personal page of the legendary American vocalist and composer, a message appeared on Twitter, with which relatives and friends announced his death. He died after a successful career that he started back in the 70s of the last century.The musician’s representatives assured that his death occurred naturally at the age of 81. He spent the last minutes of his life at his home in Sandy Springs. He will forever go down in the history of world music thanks to his hoarse voice and the warmth he radiated on stage. During his career, he has sold over 100 million records and managed to work with the most famous artists and producers. More than 50 of his hits were included in the most popular music charts around the world. He was a six-time country music award winner and three-time Grammy Award winner in 1977, 1979 and 1988. He ended his career in 2018 for health reasons.

Kenny Rogers BioGraphy

He First Cry on (August 21, 1938) .His birthplace is St Joseph’s Infirmary in Houston, Texas, United States. He an American singer and film actor, one of the most successful in the history of country music. His father’s name is Edward Floyd Rogers and his mother’s name is Lucille Rogers. He has a sister named Sandy Rogers.He was the fourth of the eight children of his parents. His mother was a nurse’s assistant. And his father was a carpenter.He was of Irish and Native American descent. He did his schooling from Wharton Elementary School, George Washington Junior High School. After that he enrolled at Jefferson Davis High School (now Northside High School). From where he graduated in 1956.


Since the mid-1950s, Rogers has been involved with a variety of vocal groups that have performed melodies in the styles of jazz, rock, and rhythm and blues. After the breakup of the group, Rogers embarked on a solo career, which began with the resounding success of the single “Lucille” (1977), which peaked in twelve countries (including the UK) and won a Grammy for Best Male Country Vocalist. In 1980, Rogers performed Lionel Richie’s ballad “Lady”, which became the highest grossing recording of his career, spending six weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100. “, 1981) and other pop stars. In 1983, he recorded duets with country divas Sheena Easton (“We’ve Got Tonight”) and Dolly Parton (“Islands in the Stream”, written by Bee Gees, # 1 in the US). In the mid-1980s, Rogers worked with such high-profile producers as David Foster and George Martin, but by the early 1990s, his popularity began to wane – due to his venerable age and the arrival of a new generation of performers in country, led by Garth Brooks. In the 1980s and 90s. Rogers has developed activities in a variety of areas: concerts, charity, restaurant business (he opened the fast food chain Kenny Rogers ‘Roasters), filming in TV shows and films, as well as photography (released two collections of his photographs “Kenny Rogers’ America” and Kenny Rogers: Your Friends and Mine). At the same time, Rogers did not stop working in the studio, but all of his albums did not find recognition. In 1998 the musician opened his own record label Dreamcatcher.

Real Name Kenneth Ray Rogers
Other Name
Date Of Death March 20, 2020
Date Of Birth August 21, 1938
Nationality American
Religion Christianity
Gender Male
Birth Place Houston, Texas, U.S
  • Singer
  • Songwriter
  • Actor
  • Record producer
  • Entrepreneur
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
  • Rock/pop
  • Country
  • Cue
  • Carlton
  • Mercury
  • United Artists
  • Giant
  • Reprise
  • Atlantic
  • Liberty
  • Curb
  • RCA
  • Dreamcatcher
  • Capitol
  • WEA
  • Warner Bros.
  • Vocals
Year Active 1956–2017
Father Name Edward Floyd Rogers
Mother Name Lucille Rogers
Sister Name Sandy Rogers
Brother Name
Children  Name Carole Rogers, Jordan Edward Rogers ,Justin Charles Rogers, Christopher Cody Rogers, &   Kenny Rogers Jr
Spouse Name
  • Janice Gordon (m. 1958–1960)
  • Jean Rogers (m. 1960–1963)
  • Margo Anderson  (m. 1964–1976)
  • Marianne Gordon (m. 1977–1993)
  • Wanda Miller  (m. 1997–2020)
School Name
  • Wharton Elementary School
  • George Washington Junior High School
College Name Jefferson Davis High School (now Northside High School)
Qualification Graduated
Physical Status
Kenny Rogers BioGraphy Cover Pic
Height 1.82 m
Weight 78 kg
Body Type Fit
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color White
Biceps Size Approx 40 inches
Waist size Approx 44 inches
Bust size Approx 30 inches
Body Color White
Social Media
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Relationship Status
Married Status Married
Any Affair Yet Not
 Girl Friend  Name
Wife Name
  • Janice Gordon (m. 1958–1960)
  • Jean Rogers (m. 1960–1963)
  • Margo Anderson  (m. 1964–1976)
  • Marianne Gordon (m. 1977–1993)
  • Wanda Miller  (m. 1997–2020)

Net Worth

  • His net worth around $250 Million.

Personal Life

Talking about his personal life, he had done five marriages. He married Janice Gordon for the first time on May 15, 1958. Janice Gordon gave birth to Kenny’s first child in April 1960. Whom he named Carole Lynne. The couple got divorced in 1960. After that Kenny married for the second time in October 1960. His second wife’s name is Jean. The couple got divorced in 1963. Margo Anderson gave birth to their second child. But like the first two marriages, this marriage did not last long. And the couple happened. After that, on October 1, 1977, Kenny married Marianne Gordon for the fourth time. Marianne had given birth to one of their children. Then after that they got divorced. After that Kenny married for the fifth time. His wife’s name was Wanda Miller. Wanda gave birth to a twin son. This fifth marriage lasted for 22 years. His children’s name is Carole Rogers, Jordan Edward Rogers ,Justin Charles Rogers, Christopher Cody Rogers, & Kenny Rogers Jr.

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