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THOUSAND OAKS, CA - JUNE 30: Singer Kenny Rogers performs onstage during his final world tour "The Gambler's Last Deal" at the Civic Arts Plaza on June 30, 2016 in Thousand Oaks, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Kenny Rogers passed away in 2020 at the age of 81 from “natural causes.” And now, they’re auctioning off items from Kenny Rogers’ estate in Sandy Springs.

The lots will feature a range of Rogers’ awards, clothing, equipment, and memorabilia from his recordings, live performances, and films. In addition, it will include furnishings, artwork, jewelry, household, and personal items.

An undisclosed portion of the proceeds will benefit Music Health Alliance, a non-profit that provides medical expenses to musicians.

Kenny Rogers’ Estate Items Up For Auction

Rogers’ soloist lead sheets when he participated in the 1985 charity single “We Are The World”, signed by members of USA For Africa such as Billy Joel, Michael Jackson, Paul Simon, and Bruce Springsteen.

His 2013 CMA Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award.

A framed “Islands In The Stream” Gold Digital Sales Award.

His collection of original celebrity portraits, inscribed by Michael Jackson, Lucille Ball, Elton John, Elizabeth Taylor, and Clint Eastwood.

A letter from Chris Stapleton indicating that he would like to participate in Rogers’ final performance in 2017.

Two typed letters from Dolly Parton. One speaks about their final performance together in 2017, the other ends with the words “I will always love you.”

Clothing and personal effects from the five “The Gambler” TV films.

A collection of outfits worn on stage.

A 2015 CMT Artist of a Lifetime Award.

How To Bid

The three day auction will be in person at Julien’s Auctions in Los Angeles and can be viewed in person at Julien’s from October 17 through October 21st.

You can see more online by clicking here.