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Kenny Rogers will perform at London's Palladium in November!

The country music legend, known for tracks such as Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town, The Gambler and UK chart toppers Lucille and Coward Of The Country, will bring The Gambler's Last Deal world tour to the capital on November 10.

Starting his music career in 1958, when he performed in bands including The First Edition for ten years, he signed a solo record deal with United Artists in 1976. He released his debut album, 'Love Lifted Me', in 1976, but it was not until his second album "Kenny Rogers" in 1977 that he gained fame, hitting Number 14 in the UK Albums Chart.

He has released 27 albums, and nine holiday albums, and as well as collaborations and compilation records his latest release being 'Once Again It's Christmas', in 2015. He's managed to get 120 of his hit singles in the chart including The Gambler, Lady, Islands In The Stream, Lucille, Coward of the County, She Believes In Me, and many more, and has been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Tickets are on general sale at 10am on March 18.

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