For the first time since it hit #1 in 1993, Reba McEntire's "Does He Love You" is back on the country chart. This time, Dolly Parton steps in for Linda Davis, on a new version recorded for Reba's Revived Remixed Revisited set. Reba's had hits with Vince Gill, Brooks & Dunn, and even recorded... Read More.
Dolly Parton is doing her part to help those affected by the devastating flooding that recently took place in Tennessee, by helping to raise $700,000. Inspired by Parton's good friend and fellow country legend Loretta Lynn, who lives in Humphreys County -- one of the... Read More.
Reba McEntire and Dolly Parton are more than just two of country music’s most prominent female stars -- they’re also longtime friends. So Reba is as surprised as anyone else that she and Dolly never collaborated until they joined forces for a new version... Read More.
Sorry Dolly Parton fans, it looks like the country star hasn't joined TikTok after all. On Monday, many rejoiced after it appeared that Dolly joined the growing social media platform, but as it turns out, the account was a hoax. The inaugural post showed the "9 to 5"... Read More.
After being shouted out by Taylor Swift for being the artist to inspire her to cross over from country into pop, Shania Twain spread the love by crediting Dolly Parton for being the singer who first inspired her to experiment with her sound. The ladies both participated in the latest TikTok trend,... Read More.
Dolly Parton can now add Emmy Award winner to her long list of accolades. During Sunday's Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony, the music icon was awarded her first Emmy Award for Outstanding Television Movie for her 2020 Netflix holiday film Dolly Parton's Christmas on the Square. It also... Read More.
In a year where many entrepreneurs saw their profits flagging, Dolly Parton was among those who not only survived, but thrived. In fact, the legendary country multi-hyphenate saw her wealth increase over the last year, enough to land her a spot as one of
The song "I Will Always Love You" is commonly attributed to the late singer Whitney Houston, but not everyone is aware country star Dolly Parton originally wrote and recorded the single back in 1973. Houston's 1992 cover was an astronomical success -- spending 14 weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100, winning two Grammy Awards... Read More.