NASHVILLE (WDEF) – The final show by Kenny Rogers turned into a tribute show Wednesday night in Nashville.
The Judds, Lionel Richie, Travis Tritt and Don Henley were just some of the 20 performers who joined Rogers on stage.
The 79 year old is retiring from performing after 60 years in the music business.
The tour wraps at the end of the year.
Rogers was only able to stand for brief moments, mostly leaning on a bar stool on stage.
The Nashville show concluded with Dolly Parton joining Rogers for several of their hit duets.
Afterwards, they dropped their mikes and walked off stage arm in arm.
Here are some of the performances from the show.