In 2005, Kenny Rogers has a face lift. He was devastated by the appearance of his face after a botched plastic surgery procedure.
In 1999, Kenny Rogers formed his own record company called "Dreamcatcher Entertainment."
Kenny Rogers has recorded over 61 albums.
In 1986, Kenny Rogers was the co-chair for the "Hands Across America" benifit to feed the hungry.
In 1980, Kenny Rogers established the Kenny Rogers Cerebral Palsy Center.
Kenny Rogers has written two childrens book and has three books published with his photography.
In 1990, Kenny Rogers won the Horation Alger Award.
Kenny Rogers has won four Grammy Awards, 11 People's Choice Awards, 18 American Music Awards, eight Academy of Country Music Awards, and five Country Music Association Awards.
Kenny Rogers has sold over 100 million albums worldwide.
Kenny Rogers has been signed with over 17 record labels.
Kenny Rogers was the first country music artist to receive 20 RIAA gold albums.
In 1991, Kenny Rogers opened up his own restaurant chain called "Kenny Rogers Roasters."
Kenny Rogers once performed with a Dolly Parton impersonator at a "Legends In Concert" impersonators show in Las Vegas. Fan had no idea that it was really him.
Kenny Rogers is a country music singer, photographer, producer, songwriter, actor and businessman.
In 1982, Kenny Rogers played Brewster Baker in the movie Six Pack.
Kenny Rogers first hits were "Love Lifted Me," "Homemade Love," "Laura," and "While the Feeling's Good."
Kenny Rogers went to Jefferson Davis High School in Houston, Texas.
In 1999, Kenny Rogers won the Recording Industry Association of America's "Diamond Award," for selling more than ten million albums.
In 1989, People magazine named Kenny Rogers the "Favorite Male Vocalist."
In 1986, Kenny Rogers was named "Favorite Singer of All Time" by PM Magazine and USA Today.
In 1990, Kenny Rogers founded the Athens Area Homeless Shelter in Georgia.
Kenny Rogers is a well-respected photographer. He took pictures of Hillary Rodham Clinton at the White House.
Kenny Rogers first hits were "Love Lifted Me", "Homemade Love", "Laura", and "While the Feeling's Good."
In the mid 1960s, Kenny Rogers joined the New Christy Minstrels.
When Kenny Rogers was a teenager, his was in a doo-wop group called "The Scholars."
Kenny Rogers was the first member of his family to graduate high school.
Kenny Rogers: I think when you're in the public eye, you feel a pressure to stay younger looking. I guess that's what makes the guys who don't do it so special. I've always said that gray hair looks good on everybody but yourself. To me, it makes me look old.
Kenny Rogers: Last year I had so many lines coming in at the side of my eyes up here. So I went in and got my eyes done, and I'm not happy about it. (The surgeon) is going to go in and fix that for me. They're too tight around the eyelids for me. It drives me crazy. I wake up in the morning, and Wanda says, "You look great." But I know what I want to look like. If we can fix that, then I'll be glad I did it. If we can't fix it, I'll regret it or get used to it.
Kenny Rogers: (when asked if he's had plastic surgery) Yes, I have. I did a lot more a long time ago. Dolly (Parton) used to kid me about it. But like everybody I blame the media for it. The first six years of my career, I got more comments on my weight than on my singing. So I think I became so self-conscious that I started working on it harder.