Country music legend Kenny Rogers has died at the age of 81.

The Grammy-winning star, whose career spanned six decades and spawned massive hits including ‘Coward of the County’ and ‘The Gambler’ passed away peacefully at home from natural causes, his representative said in a statement.

Rogers, who also enjoyed success in partnership with Dolly Parton, had announced a farewell tour in 2015 but continued to perform until 2017.