Kenny Rogers To Retire From Touring

Kenny Rogers announces he will retire from touring during an appearance on The Today Show.

Kenny Rogers announces he will retire from touring during an appearance on The Today Show.

Kenny Rogers will soon leave the tour bus behind. After 57 years spent on the road, Rogers announced on NBC’s The Today Show this morning (Sept. 25) that his 2016 world tour will be his last.

Dates and information for Rogers’ final World Tour will be announced at a later date.

To watch Rogers’ announcement on The Today Show, visit today.com.

Rogers is set to ring in the upcoming holidays with his first Christmas album in 17 years, Once Again It’s Christmas (Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville).

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