Kenny Rogers was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2013, calling it the high point of his career. Now, the famed museum is brightening up his 2014 by honoring the singer with his own exhibit.
Every year, when I hear who's just been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, I was always wonder, "Well, who's in there now?" And that's because there's always a brand new inductee who I'm surprised isn't already there.
What? Really? What a STRANGE combination, right? But it happened. Kenny Rogers was on Good Morning America this week to promote his new book, Luck or Something Like It. Naturally, Kenny was asked to sing his classic #1 "Islands in the Stream." But he wasn't asked to sing it with Dolly Parton. No! He sang it with Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert. WATCH!
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