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.
When Dolly Parton drops the limited edition of Dolly Parton: Songteller in Octoberl, fans will have access to two songs that have never been shared before. Dolly Parton, Songteller: My Life in Lyrics, Limited Edition will come with a pink vinyl record featuring a pair of unreleased songs, “I Don’t... Read More.
Dolly Parton hits such as “9 to 5,” “Islands in the Stream” and “Coat of Many Colors” are getting a lullaby makeover this summer. Rockabye Baby, a label that transforms popular artists’ discographies into children’s lullabies, has announced a new album of Dolly’s country... Read More.
Late Southern rock pioneer Charlie Daniels gets the duets treatment in a new, 19-track collection due out this summer. The project, called Charlie Daniels & Friends -- Duets will feature a number of classic performances, sung by Charlie with some of the best-loved stars... Read More.