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February 26, 1988|JOHN VOLAND | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Singer Kenny Rogers and his wife Marianne have settled a dispute with their former management firm by paying an unspecified amount to Bash, Gesas and Co. The couple filed a $10-million suit against the company last November, alleging mismanagement and exorbitant fee-charging. Bash, Gesas and Co. responded by announcing that the Rogerses owed the firm nearly $500,000 that had been loaned to the couple. An ad in Variety announcing the settlement said that "Kenny and Marianne value their friendship with Michael (Gesas) and appreciate his years of loyal service."

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