By Monica Jewell
The Gambler was the record that made Rogers one of the most well-known and lucrative country performers of the 1970s and 1980s.
The Bee Gees’ Barry Gibb helped Rogers make his 15th studio album, Eyes That See in the Dark, in 1983.
Considering the quality of the content, he might have had a hit with practically any song on the tracklist.
Rogers’ career took off when his self-titled second album was released after only having moderate success with his solo debut, Love Lifted Me Up.
After the breakup of The First Edition, Kenny Rogers began his career as a solo artist and released his debut album under that moniker, “Love Lifted Me.”
The songs “You Can’t Make Old Friends,” a duet with Dolly Parton.
We’ve Got Tonight is Rogers’ 14th studio album and final release with Liberty Records before switching to RCA Records.