Sending well wishes to legendary country singer Kenny Rogers!
Rogers, who is currently on his last tour before he retires, was forced to cancel his January 28th concert in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
He was scheduled to perform at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa, but rescheduled the show to April 7 due to health issues.
According to Tulsa World, he has now postponed that show until July 14. Linda Davis will still join Rogers in Tulsa.
Tickets for the April 7th show will be honored for the rescheduled date and refunds can be made by calling 918-384-ROCK, or at the box office at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa.
Rogers announced in September that his tour, appropriately titled Kenny Rogers' Final World Tour: The Gambler's Last Deal, will be his last. His decision to retire after over 50 years in the business was a bittersweet one.
"It's happily sad or sadly happy," he said in an interview on the TODAY show. "I'm going to do a big worldwide tour, and it's going to be my last. I'm going to say goodbye at that point; I've done this long enough."
His 11-year-old twin boys also inspired the retirement. He wants to be able to spend more time with them as they grow up.
Watch his announcement below.
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