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KENNY ROGERS SET TO PERFORM ON LARRY KING LIVE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23RD
 

Nashville, TN
 – While Kenny  Rogers’ Christmas & Hits Tour was hitting the highways, Larry King’s crew stopped by the Fox Theater in Detroit LAST Friday night to capture two festive songs for the Christmas edition of “Larry King Live” airing tomorrow, Wednesday, December 23rd at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT on CNN (check local listings).  Live performances from Sting and Andrea Bocelli are also scheduled to be part of the special.
 
Rogers’ annual Christmas Tour has become tradition over the course of the artist’s storied career. Always a highly anticipated treat for the whole family, the production will feature performances of heart warming traditional and original holiday songs from Rogers — many that can be found on his numerous holiday recordings — such as "Let It Snow”  “White Christmas" and "O Holy Night" as only the Grammy Award-winning artist can deliver, with the help of local choirs and children chosen to be part of the production in each city.  Rogers will also perform classics such as “The Gambler,” “Lady,” “Islands In The Stream,” “Lucille,” and “Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love To Town.”
 
A beloved, universally-known icon of American entertainment, Kenny Rogers is a living legend with an extensive history of success, including 20 platinum, 26 gold records and a Diamond-certified Greatest Hits album that has sold more than 24 million copies worldwide. In the span of nearly five decades, Kenny Rogers has recorded 65 albums, which have sold more than 105 million units worldwide.  Rogers is the only artist to chart a record in each of the last six decades and has three Grammy Awards, five Country Music Association Awards, 18 American Music Awards, eight Academy of Country Music Awards and 11 People’s Choice Awards. He’s also ranked #8 on the R.I.A.A.’s list of Top Selling Male Artists of all time.
 
For the latest news and tour updates, please visit Kenny Rogers’ official website: www.kennyrogers.com

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