Entertainment ‘Goodbye’: Haunting Kenny Rogers Song Released Days After His Death

09:00  28 march  2020
09:00  28 march  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

Country Hall of Fame Singer Kenny Rogers Dies at 81

  Country Hall of Fame Singer Kenny Rogers Dies at 81 Kenny Rogers had been vocal about his ailing health in recent years Kenny Rogers has died. He was 81. “The Rogers family is sad to announce that Kenny Rogers passed away last night at 10:25PM at the age of 81. Rogers passed away peacefully at home from natural causes under the care of hospice and surrounded by his family,” the singer’s family said in a statement released on his social media. “The family is planning a small private service at this time out of concern for the national COVID-19 emergency.

A compilation album by Kenny Rogers has reached a new peak in the charts as fans flocked to listen to the singer’s music after his death . Rogers – known for hits such as Coward Of The County and The Gambler, and who also enjoyed success in partnership with Dolly Parton – died at the age of 81

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Fans of the late Kenny Rogers can say farewell to the music icon by listening to his just-released song "Goodbye".

As Billboard reports, Rogers' label, Capitol Records, has released the single along with an accompanying music video following Rogers death on March 20 at age 81.

According to Billboard, it's unclear when "Goodbye" was recorded.

“Those closest to Kenny wanted to make this track available to all of this fans,” said Capitol in statement accompanying the ballad's release.

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Billboard sleuths noted that while the song hadn't been released on Capitol, it did previously appear on Kenny Rogers: The First 50 Years, a 45-track compilation released by Time Life in 2009, listed as one of three previously unreleased tunes.

"Goodbye" was written by Lionel Richie, who wrote Rogers' #1 radio hit "Lady".

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According to Billboard, following Rogers' death, on-demand U.S. streams of songs from his music catalog jumped by 1,687%, according to reports from Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

Dolly Parton Performs ‘He’s Risen’ While Reminding Her Fans The Importance Of Staying Home .
Dolly Parton celebrated Easter like only Dolly can. The music icon took to Twitter with an important message for her fans on Sunday morning. “We don’t have to go a building or church to worship God. The kingdom of God is within,” said Parton. “This year, we’re gonna kinda stay around the house a little bit, right? But that doesn't mean we can't worship in the same way that we should."RELATED: Dolly Parton Delivers Hilarious Poem About Quarantining And Twitter Is Eating It Up"Somebody said the other day, 'Oh, we've had a rough week,'" she added. "Just think about the rough week that Jesus had, and look how well that turned out for us.

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