02:36 PM EDT 08/23/2014
Originally posted 08/17/2014 07:10PM
"I haven't always been this old," Kenny Rogers joked to family and friends gathered at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville Wednesday night.
Originally posted 05/14/2014 04:30PM
Kenny Rogers is the latest star to promote skin cancer awareness on Instagram.
Originally posted 12/10/2013 01:00PM
Rare is the friendship that lasts 30 years, and rarer still is the one that earns three Grammy nominations.
But that's just what country's greatest pair of BFFs, Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers, have got going on.
"You Can't Make Old Friends," the duo's latest collaboration, was nominated for the Best Country Group/Duo Performance Grammy Friday night, their third nomination in as many decades performing together.
Originally posted 11/06/2013 11:55PM
Good cop, bad cop is a strategy we've seen employed many times by celebrity duos, but no two performers have perfected it quite like Country Music Awards co-hosts Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley, who reteamed to emcee the show for the sixth straight year on Wednesday.
Originally posted 08/07/2009 09:00AM
Ever wonder what happens behind closed doors at your favorite stars' homes? Well, settle in, because PEOPLE Country is giving you a peek into the places your favorite stars call home.
Reba McEntire likes to enjoy hot days in Nashville at her 14,000-acre house with a good glass of sweet tea. "We [McEntire and husband/manager Narvel Blackstock] love it here," she tells PEOPLE. "The beauty of it. It's just so green. It's magical."
Darius Rucker, who lives in his hometown of Charleston, South Carolina, shares that his favorite spot is his TV room, which holds six flat screen TVs. "This is where I relax," says the star, whose new single "Alright" went to No. 1 on the country chart this week, adding "You can watch almost all the NFL games at once!"
Originally posted 04/15/2006 07:00AM
In his best-known song, Kenny Rogers talked about knowing "when to walk away." Perhaps he hasn’t quite yet reached that point.
Originally posted 07/07/2004 09:00AM
DENIED: John Kay of the rock group Steppenwolf says Paris Hilton approached him about using the band's 1968 anthem "Born to Be Wild" on her FOX TV show The Simple Life – and that he refused her idea outright. "There are certain things even a rock and roller will not stoop to, and this is one of them," Kay, 60, tells the Toronto Star. Not that Steppenwolf is anti-Hollywood. The band's songs, including "Born to Be Wild" appeared on the soundtrack of the classic 1969 road trip film Easy Rider.
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