BREAKING: Cracker Barrel Backs Kenny Rogers


Jan. 1 2008, Published 6:31 a.m. ET

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Perk up your ears and pick up your forks! Popular restaurant chain Cracker Barrel  announced today that they will be selling Kenny Rogers' new album 50 Years exclusively through the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store.

“I want to go on record saying that I think that what Cracker Barrel is doing with its exclusive music program is a great opportunity for me and for other artists,” says Kenny. “I’m thrilled that they gave me the opportunity to create this album exclusively for their guests. In this business, where the Internet has become so important, to reach individual people shopping at Cracker Barrel is such a great gift,” he adds.

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 Three new songs will appear on the album, sure to delight Kenny fans everywhere: “She’ll Believe in You,” “Something’s Wrong In Vegas,” and “Only Time Will Tell,” produced by Tony Brown, who has over 100 #1 hit singles to his credit and who has won over a dozen Grammy Awards.

More of an old school Kenny fan? Don't worry, the album also includes  “The Gambler,” “Lucille,” and “Coward of the County.”


“We are pleased and honored for the opportunity to work with Kenny Rogers on presenting new songs for our guests,” said Cracker Barrel’s Vice President of Marketing Peter Keiser. “This new album offers an opportunity to hear just how good Kenny Rogers is with new material as well as for another listen to some of his classics.”

Glad to see Kenny is keepin' it smooth after all these years.


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