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Kenny Rogers

Club Regent Casino
1425 Regent Ave. W.
Winnipeg, MB, R2C 3B2, CA
Fri, Sep 04, 2015

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Club Regent Casino

1425 Regent Ave. W.

Winnipeg, MB, R2C 3B2, CA

+1(204) 957-2500

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Debra reviewed Kenny Rogers
Kenny performed First Edition Hits Ruby and Just Dropped in. Something's Burning was performed during the tour, but unfortunately not at our show. As a fan under 40, Kenny's progressive Rock is my favorite. Kenny don't forget about your roots, keep rockin. Your cays in the First Edition and your career are awesome.
Robin reviewed Kenny Rogers
I Remember coming home from my honey moon 25 yrs ago. turning on the radio and the dj said be a certain caller win tickets to the Kenny Rogers Concert. I called in really quick puting camping gear down on the floor. Guest the song and wow What a great performance with Lee Green wood and Gary Morris. ill never forget the hand shake he gave to a few of us when he exited the stage. wonder if he still has big hands .im so glad i got to meet Kenny for a short minute.and curious if he ll ever come back to spokane washington. i would definately make it to see the show. my big wish is also to meet Dolly Pardon.
Excellent show! 3rd row seats!!! Loved every minute of the show. Loved seeing his lil boys and his beautiful wife, Wanda, join him on stage! He sang his big hits along with some songs most havent heard. He has a lot of music that radio has missed out on. Just because radio doesnt play it doesnt mean he isnt still making great music! looking forward to seeing him again soon!
Beth reviewed Kenny Rogers at Alabama Theatre
I was in the first row and Kenny threw me a tamberene while singing Islands in the stream!
Margaret reviewed Kenny Rogers
I thought Kenny did pretty good for a man his age. He still has much of his voice, but even more important, he can still ENTERTAIN.