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article imageCountry Music Hall of Fame honors Kenny Rogers with exhibit

By Markos Papadatos     Apr 25, 2014 in Music
On April 24, it was announced that the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will pay tribute to country superstar Kenny Rogers with his own exhibit.
It is entitled "Kenny Rogers: Through the Years," which opens in the museum's East Gallery on August 15, 2014, and it will run through June 14, 2015. It will be accompanied by an ongoing series of programs throughout the exhibit's duration.
Throughout his illustrious career in music, Rogers has sold in excess of 100 million albums worldwide. He has charted a single in each of the last seven decades, which include 21 Billboard No. 1 country singles. Rogers has had one diamond album, 19 platinum albums, as well as 31 gold albums. He has garnered three Grammy awards, six Country Music Association (CMA) awards which include a 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award and 8 Academy of Country Music (ACM) awards. Last year, he was inducted into the prestigious Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, along with country veteran Bobby Bare and the late Cowboy Jack Clement.
Aside from bring a musician, Rogers is accomplished in other areas in his life including acting, photography, publishing (he is an author of his own book), Off-Broadway, entrepreneurship and philanthropy.
Most recently, in 2013, he released his latest studio album, You Can't Make Old Friends, and the title cut, a duet with Dolly Parton, earned the pair their third Grammy nomination.
To learn more about country living legend Kenny Rogers, visit his official homepage.
For more information about the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, visit its official website.
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