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article imageKenny Rogers and Dolly Parton score country Grammy nomination

By Markos Papadatos     Dec 7, 2013 in Entertainment
Veteran country music star Kenny Rogers has had a fantastic year. In October, he was inducted into the prestigious Country Music Hall of Fame.
At this year's Country Music Association awards, he was awarded the Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award, while he was simultaneously serenaded by an all-star list of musicians that included Rascal Flatts, Jennifer Nettles from Sugarland and Darius Rucker.
Fast forward to December, Rogers is nominated for a Grammy award for "Best Country Duo/Group Performance" for his single "You Can't Make Old Friends," a collaboration with country superstar Dolly Parton, which is the title track of his latest album that came out on Warner Music Nashville. His album has been well-received by fans and critics, including Digital Journal.
Throughout his career, Rogers had won this Grammy category in 1987, for his duet with Ronnie Milsap entitled "Make No Mistake, She's Mine." Hopefully, history will repeat itself at the upcoming awards since he is nominated along with country songstress Dolly Parton, and they are best-known for their signature song "Islands in the Stream." It is only right. That way Grammy voters can tip their hats to the king and queen of the country genre of music.
To learn more about Kenny Rogers, check out his website.
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