The Kenny Rogers estate is auctioning off a variety of valuables from the singer’s home in Atlanta, GA. The items up for auction include his CMA Award from 2013, a collection of portraits of celebrities, and clothing from “The Gambler” films that appeared on CBS.
Kenny Rogers Estate Auctioning Valuables from Atlanta Home
The estate of country music icon, Kenny Rogers, is auctioning off valuables from his home in Atlanta. The collection of personal memorabilia, art, and other personal effects will be sold in online. The estate is auctioning off valuables from the Atlanta home in an effort to raise money for charity. The online auction will take place on October 21st and run until the 23rd.
Kenny Rogers bought the house in 2012 and lived there until 2018. The house is located in the Buckhead area of Atlanta.
Some of the more notable items up for auction include:
- Two typed letters from Dolly Parton one speaking about their final performance together, the other letter ending with the words, “I will always love you.”
- Two groups of All-Access passes from Kenny Rogers’ live performances, including ones used during The Gambler’s Last Deal tour.
- A stage-used 14k gold and turquoise belt buckle gifted to Kenny Rogers by Steve Wynn.
- Clothing and personal effects from The Gambler series (Sony Pictures Television Inc., 1980-1994) include The Gambler II Shirt and Neckerchief and brown trousers, The Gambler V “Brady Hawkes” period waistcoat, and many more.
The Kenny Rogers estate is auctioning off a number of valuable items from his Atlanta home, including pieces from the music legend’s personal collection. Among the highlights are a framed Islands in the Stream “Gold” Digital Sales Award Commemoration and his 2015 CMT Artist of a Lifetime Award.
The auction is run by Julien’s Auctions | 13007 S. Western Avenue, Gardena, California 90249 | Phone: 310-836-1818
Kenny Rogers is one of the most beloved and iconic entertainers of all time. He has had a career that spans six decades, and his music has been enjoyed by fans all over the world. His vocal range and ability to connect with his fans make him a true talent.
Rogers was born in 1938 in Texas and started out in the music business as a singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He first rose to fame in the 1970s with his hit singles “The Gambler” and “The Gambler (Version 2).” In 1974, he starred in the movie version of The Gambler, which was a major success both critically and commercially.
Kenny Rogers continued to release albums and tour worldwide until his last performance in 2017. He has also been involved in numerous humanitarian causes, including helping to raise money for cancer research. Kenny Rogers passed away from natural causes in March 2020.