The Country Music Hall of Fame just added a little more fame to its halls with the pending induction of Kenny Rogers, Bobby Bare and Cowboy Jack Clement. It's country music's highest honor, and the three join the ranks of artists such as Reba McEntire and Vince Gill.
Kenny Rogers' ballad 'Lucille' may be one of his most well-known works, but in his new book, Luck or Something Like It, Rogers says at least one person very close to him wasn't amused by the song when it first released.
Legendary country star Kenny Rogers will chronicle his more than 50 years in entertainment in an upcoming autobiography. Rogers will release 'Luck or Something Like It' tomorrow (Oct. 2) through William Morrow.
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