Who is Music Icon Kenny Rogers’ Twin Son: Everything You Need To Know About Justin Charles Rogers

Justin Charles Rogers
Justin Charles Rogers

Justin Charles Rogers Biography – Wiki

Justin Charles Rogers (born in 2004) is identified as one of the twin sons of Legendary music star Kenny Rogers and his current wife Wanda Miller. His father has reportedly been announce dead died on Friday at the age of 81 due to natural causes.

He is 15 years old.

Breaking News: Kenny Rogers Dead at 81

81-year-old Kenny Rogers, who was Wanda’s current husband, passed away in hospice, surrounded by family. His cause of death is considered to be natural, a representative told Variety.

He was famous and best known for leaving his legacy in a number of amazing classic country songs, including The Gambler, Lady, She Believes in Me, and Through the Years.

Everything You Need To Know Justin Charles Rogers

Early Life:

Justin Charles Rogers was born in 2004, meaning he is 15 years old.


Justin Charles Rogers is one of the twin sons of Legendary Country Musician Kenny Rogers and Wanda Mille


Kenny Rogers had 5 children from his 5 marriages. They include Christopher Cody Rogers, twins (Jordan Edward Rogers and Justin Charles Rogers), Carole Rogers, and Kenny Rogers Jr.


Justin Charles Rogers is the grandson of Edward Floyd Rogers and Lucille Rogers. His uncle is Lelan Rogers. He has a twin brother named Jordan Edward Rogers.

Justin Charles Rogers Background

Kenny Rogers was married to wife Wanda Miller when he died and together, they had twin boys, Jordan and Justin. Rogers said that in his previous marriages, he wasn’t as sensitive to his family’s needs but that his relationship with Miller was different.

In an interview with Reuters in 2012, he said, “Wanda and I have been together now for 20 years, been married 15 years. She’s 28 years younger than me, and I say this from the bottom of my heart – she is my soul mate. She knows me better than anyone else has known me. She loves what I do and I’m not as insensitive to her needs as I may have been in the past”.



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