Kenny Rogers in retiring after a 60 year career and he’s doing it in style. There will be an all-star farewell concert in Nashville called ‘All in for The Gambler: Kenny Rogers Farewell Concert Celebration. According to tasteofcountry.com the show will take place October 25 at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. The highlight of the event will be a special performance with Dolly Parton.

 

Kane Brown’s ‘What Ifs’ went gold and the artist didn’t know it. On tasteofcountry.com Brown became the unknowing guest of honor at a surprise party to honor the recent feat. Brown thought he was there to see an award given to someone else. Brown was shocked when he realized the hundreds of people in attendance were there to congratulate him. Gold means 500,000 copies of the record sold.

 

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Chris Janson revealed his second studio album will be out on September 22. According to tasteofcountry.com the album will be called ‘Everybody’ and will include his single ‘Fix a Drink.’ Janson says fans can expect real, relatable country songs.