DVD, CD Release: Kenny Rogers: The Gambler’s Last Deal

CD, DVD Release Date: Dec. 13, 2019
Price: DVD/CD $20.99
Studio: MVD

Country music legend Kenny Rogers’s final tour, titled The Gambler’s Last Deal, celebrates his career from his very first recording made when he was in school, through his time with The First Edition, then on to his amazing solo years.

Filmed at the London Palladium in 2017 at the end of his final world tour (and combined with live footage from numerous other venues on the tour), the concert spans Rogers’ impressive six-decade career. The concert is also interspersed with interviews with his two sons, fellow artists and writers who helped shape his musical career, including Lionel Richie, manager Ken Kragen, producers David Foster and Larry Butler and president of Capitol Records Jim Mazza.

This DVD/CD set is packaged in a deluxe digipak and includes a booklet of vintage photos of Kenny and a forward by writer/producer Kelly Junkermann

Extras include a music video of Buy Me A Rose, a backstage rehearsal from 2005 of Someone, Somewhere Tonight and additional interviews with members of Kenny’s band, cast and crew.

Here’s the track breakdown:

  • Lady Luck
  • RubyWalking My Baby
  • Something’s Burning
  • Just Dropped In
  • But You Know I Love You*
  • Tell It All Brother
  • Lucille
  • Medley: Through the Years/You Decorated My Life/She Believes In Me
  • Every Time Two Fools Collide**
  • I Feel Sorry For Anyone Who Isn’t Me Tonight*
  • Lesson in Leavin’* [DVD only]
  • Coward of the County/Six Pack
  • We’ve Got Tonight*
  • Sweet Music Man*** [DVD only]
  • Daytime Friends*
  • The Gambler
  • Lady
  • Islands in the Stream
  • You Can’t Make Old Friends
  • Blaze of Glory*

* Joined by Linda Davis


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