The family and friends of the late Kenny Rogers have finally gathered for a memorial ceremony.
Sunday marked the second anniversary of the country star’s death at the age of 81. Rogers died at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns made it impossible for his family to plan a memorial service at the time.
Two years on, members of his family and a small group of friends were able to gather for a ceremony in Atlanta, Georgia, to pay their final respects.
His widow, Wanda Rogers, addressed the crowd, which included two of his long-time touring partners Linda Davis and Billy Dean.
Although the service itself was a private affair, Rogers’ family have said that fans are welcome to visit his grave at Oakland Cemetary. Details of his resting place are published on the cemetary’s website.