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Tourists are flocking to Nashville to see a new mural of Dolly Parton that celebrates her position on Black Lives Matter
At a time of disarray and struggle, Dolly Parton has released a new song, “When Life Is Good Again,” which premiered last week on ew.com, as did the accompanying music video on time.com.
Swapping out a Ku Klux Klan figure for Dolly Parton? That’s the brainstorm of one Memphis, Tennessee, politician who believes the time is now to remove a statue from the Nashville Capitol of Nathan Bedford Forrest and replace it with the 73-year-old singer/actress superstar.
Country superstar Dolly Parton is still working “9 to 5,” and doing what she loves as she celebrated her 50th anniversary as a Grand Ole Opry member. The 73-year-old actress, singer and songwriter, who first played the Opry when she was just a teenager, played the longstanding radio show Saturday night in Nashville, Tennessee, in front of sold-out crowds. Hank Williams Jr., Lady Antebellum and Toby Keith performed in her honor as well and her shows capped off a week of Dolly-themed performances and events at the Opry.
One of the highlights of our action-packed visit to Dollywood.
Dolly Parton was celebrated for her musical achievements and philanthropic work as MusiCares Person of the Year on Friday night. She’s the first country artist to be saluted in the tribute’s 29-year history.
Country music star Dolly Parton has been called a lot of things over the course of her five-decade career: singer, songwriter, actress and cartoon character (her words). But none of those titles have meant more to the 72-year-old than the one she just celebrated at the Library of Congress: “book lady.”
Dolly Parton says her Tennessee amusement park “has hogged the spotlight long enough” and she’s stepping aside as grand marshal of the Pigeon Forge spring parade after 32 years.
Dolly Parton says she’s excited to be in the Hollywood mix on Emmy Awards weekend.
Rogers, who is retiring from touring, says his final performance with Parton will be part of an all-star farewell show to be held at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Oct. 25. The two have been performing together for more than 30 years since “Islands in the Stream,” written by the Bee Gees, became a pop crossover platinum hit in 1983.
Country music icon Dolly Parton says she’s heartbroken about wildfires that tore through the Tennessee county where she grew up but spared the Dollywood theme park that bears her name.
From the blond wigs and the fake nails, to the painted-on face and more rhinestones than should be legal, Parton could easily be a caricature. Because what’s real about Dolly Parton, and what really matters about Dolly Parton, is that she is an unbelievable talent. Not only is she one of the greatest songwriters of our time, she has a voice that sounds as gorgeous and pure as it did when she was recording some of her earliest hits in the 1960s.
The music icon, in what is rumored to be her final big-scale tour, will play a selection of her classic hits and some new tunes in a sold out show. This marks her first Spokane-area appearance since
Dolly Parton will play an outdoor summer show Sept. 22 as part of Northern Quest Casino’s concert series. Duran Duran also has been added to the lineup.
Most people remember the 1980 movie version of “9 to 5” for its women’s lib vibe and its inspired casting. Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton played the three put-upon women in the offices of Consolidated Companies, and Dabney Coleman played the tyrannical, egotistical, selfish, sexist pig of a boss.