The singers experienced a worldwide hit with ‘Islands in the Stream’ in 1983
In this blend photography, Kenny Rogers, remaining, performs on March 7, 2013, in Lancaster, Pa. and Dolly Parton performs in Philadelphia on June 15, 2016. The couple, who spawned hit duets like “Islands in the Stream” and “Real Love,” declared they’ll be making their last performance together this season. Rogers, who’s retiring from touring, announced on Wednesday that his last performance with Parton will participate an all-star farewell show to be presented at Nashville’s Bridgestone
Country music star Kenny Rogers is planning to take a final bow with Dolly Parton in a Nashville concert celebrating his 60-yr career.
Rogers, 78, who is on the ultimate level of his world farewell head to, said on Wednesday he’ll be joined by Little Big Town, Alison Krauss, the Flaming Lips and other guests for the October 25 celebration.
Rogers and Parton, who had a worldwide strike with Islands in the Stream in 1983, have been friends for more than 30 years.
Rogers said the concert would show “a moving experience for us sitting on that stage collectively for one previous time.”
“As I’m getting this chapter of my profession to an in depth, this will be an remarkable way to commemorate with my accomplished friends,” Rogers, a Country Music Hall of Famer and three-time Grammy success, added in a affirmation.
“Of course, the night would not be the same without Dolly Parton being part than it,” he added.
On her behalf part, Parton said Rogers was “such as a relative.”
“Performing with Kenny for the last time ever on Oct 25th is going to be mental for both folks, but it is also going to be very special,” she added in a affirmation.
Rogers, whose hits include Lucille plus the Gambler, said in 2015 that he designed to stop working and embarked on a global farewell tour.
Tickets for the All SET FOR The Gambler: Kenny Rogers’ Farewell Concert Party in Nashville on Oct 25 go on sales on Friday