Kenny Rogers' posthumous album "Life is like a song"

Kenny Rogers' posthumous album "Life is like a song"

The legendary American country music artist, Kenny Rogers, has received a posthumous tribute. The label UMe has released his new album titled "Life Is Like a Song." This release features eight previously unreleased tracks recorded between 2008 and 2011. Kenny's widow, Wanda Rogers, served as the album's creator and producer.

The album includes remarkable songs such as a duet with Dolly Parton titled "Tell Me That You Love Me" and the touching composition "Goodbye," written for Kenny by his friend Lionel Richie. It also showcases Kenny's cover of Eric Clapton's hit "Wonderful Tonight" and the previously unreleased track "Catchin' Grasshopper," dedicated to Kenny and Wanda's twin sons.

The deluxe digital version of the album includes two bonus tracks: a cover of the song "At Last" and the composition "Say Hello to Heaven" written by Buddy Hyatt.

"I believe the recording is exceptional, and Kenny would be proud of it," shared Wanda Rogers. "These songs are a beautiful reminder of his love for the emotions that a song can evoke in people. It is a very special record for me and our family as it truly tells the story of our shared life. I feel that Kenny's fans will also appreciate this project because it takes them through various periods of life that we all experience. There is joy, love, family, uncertainty, pain, faith... It's emotional and real. It's the kind of music Kenny loved to make."

The album "Life Is Like a Song" serves as a significant creative legacy of Kenny Rogers, who passed away in March 2020. His music continues to inspire countless fans.