Kenny Rogers - Lady sheet music

In a romantic mood today, we bring in front of you the most beautiful Kenny Rogers song – Lady.

Kenny Rogers, the American singer, and songwriter was active between 1956 and 2017, singing incredible country music, pop, and soft rock.

Rogers was also a musician, actor, record producer, and entrepreneur, and he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2013, also being one of the best-selling music artists of all time.

He played the double bass, bass guitar, and voice singing and his most famous singles are Daytime Friends, She Believes in Me, Islands in the Stream, Lady, and many others.

Taking a closer look at the free Lady piano sheet music, we learn that it was written and produced by Lionel Richie and was released in September 1980.

The song was released by Kenny Rogers through Liberty records, as part of his album Greatest Hits.

It has a length of 3:54 minutes and it is considered a pop song, even if the history of Lady, through Rogers’ eyes says that

The idea was that Lionel would come from R&B and I'd come from country, and we'd meet somewhere in pop

Once released, the free Lady piano sheets got listed on Billboard’s All-Time Top 100, was embraced by the public and critics and many artists have covered it through the years.

The song reached number 1 in three of Billboard magazine’s singles charts and nine other number 1 entries in Hot Country Singles charts.

It ranks among Rogers’s biggest hits, boosting his career and it is absolutely loved by the public and critics.

The song was first pitched to the Commodores, but they turned it down and this is how Lady finally got to Kenny Rogers, becoming such a big hit and having unexpected success.

Because of its success, Lady is also on our website starting from today and we encourage you to start learning how to play it at your piano at home.

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Lady - Kenny Rogers piano tutorial

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