Kenny Rogers bringing "Christmas & Hits Tour" to Tulsa
TULSA – Legendary country performer Kenny Rogers is returning to The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa on Dec. 2, but this time he’s coming to help celebrate the holiday season.
Tickets are $50 and go on sale Oct. 13.
It was 25 years into his storied career before Rogers branched out to record his first holiday album, “Christmas,” in 1981, which peaked at No. 10 on the US Country chart. The holiday release led to the first “Christmas & Hits Tour” that is now in its 30th year as an annual event.
In the last two decades, Rogers has released seven holiday albums with the most recent being 2006’s “Christmas Collection.”
Among Rogers’ most popular holiday performances are “Kentucky Homemade Christmas,” “Carol of the Bells,” “Christmas in America,” “The Greatest Gift of All” with Dolly Parton, and “Mary, Did You Know?” with Wynona Judd. He has also recorded the more traditional popular songs, including “O Holy Night,” “Silent Night,” “Silver Bells” and “White Christmas.”
Rogers will also perform selected hits from a career that has included the release of more than 65 albums, which have sold more than 120 million copies worldwide. His work has resulted in three Grammys, eight Academy of Country Music awards and five Country Music Association awards.
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