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  • Sep 12, 1987
    Ronnie Milsap & Kenny Rogers climb to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "Make No Mistake, She's Mine," written by pop star Kim Carnes
    Oct 12, 1987
    Kenny Rogers hosts the 21st annual Country Music Association awards at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House, the third time he's served as emcee. Hank Williams Jr. collects the top trophy on the evening, for Entertainer of the Year
    Nov 21, 1987
    With "The Gambler III: The Legend Continues" on television schedules, Kenny Rogers joins co-stars Linda Evans and Bruce Boxleitner on the cover of TV Guide
    Nov 22, 1987
    Kenny Rogers stars in the first part of a two-part CBS TV special, "The Gambler III: The Legend Continues." Rogers' character attempts to keep government corruption from a North Dakota Sioux tribe
    Dec 19, 1987
    ABC moves "Dolly!" from Sunday nights to Saturdays. Her first guest in the new time slot: Kenny Rogers, who duets with her on "Islands In The Stream" and "Real Love"
    Mar 2, 1988
    Ronnie Milsap & Kenny Rogers win Best Country Vocal Performance, Duet, honoring "Make No Mistake, She's Mine" during the 30th annual Grammy Awards in New York
    Mar 13, 1988
    Dolly Parton wins two trophies during the People's Choice Awards, aired by CBS from the 20th Century Fox Studios in Los Angeles. Also winning: Kenny Rogers, Whitney Houston, John Ritter, Oprah Winfrey, Barbra Streisand, Bon Jovi and Clint Eastwood
    Apr 20, 1988
    Roy Clark and Buck Owens host a "Hee Haw" 20th anniversary special on CBS. Among the guests: Highway 101, Kenny Rogers, Ricky Skaggs, George Jones, Barbara Mandrell, Loretta Lynn, Kathy Mattea, Conway Twitty and Tanya Tucker
    Aug 21, 1988
    Dolly Parton flies from the Louisiana set of "Steel Magnolias" to surprise Kenny Rogers at a 50th birthday party, serenading him with "9 To 5." Other guests: Sheena Easton, Mac Davis, Olivia Newton-John, Kim Carnes, Roger Miller and O.J. Simpson
    Sep 30, 1988
    Kenny Rogers fires his drummer, Bobby Daniels, currently charged in the August murder of Sylvia Coakley

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