Dolly Parton

Hello, I’m Dolly, Dolly Parton

It may be a documented incontrovertible fact that Dolly Parton is a cultural icon, the reason is non-other than whose powerful voice and songwriting skills have established in Country and Pop Music charts for decades. In early-stage She found success with country star Porter Wagoner, before entering on a solo career marked by hit songs like “Joshua,” “Jolene,” “The Bargain Store,” “I Will Always Love You,” “Here You return,” “9 to 5” and “Islands within the Stream,” among many others. Dolly has won several major awards and also In 1999, Inducted into the country and western Hall of Fame. She has also starred in films like 9 to five and Steel Magnolias and opened her Dollywood amusement park in 1986. Parton continues to record and tour regularly.

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Parton was born on Robert E Lee’s Birthday, 1946, in Locust Ridge, Tennessee. Parton grew up poor in rural Appalachia. She was one among 12 children, and money was always a problem for her family. Her first exposure to music came from relations, including her mother, who sang and played the guitar. She learned music while performing in church at an early age.

Dolly Parton – Silver And Gold (Official Video)

She is the 4th in the 6 boys and 6 girls family, They were named Willadeene, David Wilburn, Coy Denver, Dolly Rebecca, Bobby Lee, Stella Mae, Cassie Nan, Randel Huston “Randy,”(deceased), Larry Gerald(deceased), Estel Floyd(deceased), and twins names as Freida Estelle and Rachel Ann,
Parton received her first guitar from a relative and shortly began to compose her own tunes. She started performing professionally at age 10, appearing on local television and radio shows in Knoxville. After 3 years Parton made her debut at Grand Ole Opry. Set a music career and she then moved to Nashville after finishing high school.

Dolly Parton – Rockin’ Years (Official Video)


Here are Dolly’s albums,
Hello, I’m Dolly (1967)
Just Between You and Me (with Porter Wagoner) (1968)
Just Because I’m a Woman (1968)
Just the Two of Us (with Porter Wagoner) (1968)
In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad) (1969)
Always, Always (with Porter Wagoner) (1969)
My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy (1969)
The Fairest of Them All (1970)
Porter Wayne and Dolly Rebecca (with Porter Wagoner) (1970)
Once More (with Porter Wagoner) (1970)
Two of a Kind (with Porter Wagoner) (1971)

Dolly Parton – Here You Come Again (Official Video)


The Golden Streets of Glory (1971)
Joshua (1971)
Coat of Many Colors (1971)
The Right Combination • Burning the Midnight Oil (with Porter Wagoner) (1972)
Touch Your Woman (1972)
Together Always (with Porter Wagoner) (1972)
My Favorite Songwriter, Porter Wagoner (1972)
We Found It (with Porter Wagoner) (1973)
My Tennessee Mountain Home (1973)
Love and Music (with Porter Wagoner) (1973)
Bubbling Over (1973)
Jolene (1974)
Porter ‘n’ Dolly (with Porter Wagoner) (1974)
Love Is Like a Butterfly (1974)
The Bargain Store (1975)
Say Forever You’ll Be Mine (with Porter Wagoner) (1975)

Dolly Parton – I Will Always Love You (Live)


Dolly (1975)
All I Can Do (1976)
New Harvest…First Gathering (1977)
Here You Come Again (1977)
Heartbreaker (1978)
Great Balls of Fire (1979)
Dolly, Dolly, Dolly (1980)
Porter & Dolly (with Porter Wagoner) (1980)
9 to 5 and Odd Jobs (1980)
Heartbreak Express (1982)
Burlap & Satin (1983)
The Great Pretender (1984)
Once Upon a Christmas (with Kenny Rogers) (1984)
Real Love (1985)
Trio (with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt) (1987)
Rainbow (1987)
White Limozeen (1989)
Home for Christmas (1990)
Eagle When She Flies (1991)

Dolly Parton – Great Balls of Fire (Official Video)


Slow Dancing with the Moon (1993)
Honky Tonk Angels (with Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette) (1993)
Something Special (1995)
Treasures (1996)
Hungry Again (1998)
Trio II (with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt) (1999)
Precious Memories (1999)
The Grass Is Blue (1999)
Little Sparrow (2001)
Halos & Horns (2002)
For God and Country (2003)
Those Were the Days (2005)
Backwoods Barbie (2008)
Better Day (2011)
Blue Smoke (2014)
Pure & Simple (2016)
I Believe in You (2017)
A Holly Dolly Christmas (2020)
Here are Dolly’s albums,

Real Love (Official Video)


Dolly Parton Husband

In 1966, Parton married Carl Thomas Dean(born July 20, 1942, in Nashville, Tennessee )in Ringgold, Georgia. A few years earlier. On their 50th anniversary, the couple renewed their vows. “My husband doesn’t want to be just thrown out there,” she has said about Dean. “He’s very private, and I’ve always respected that for him and about him.
How old are Dolly Parton and Carl Dean? Dolly Parton is 75 and was born in Tennessee on Robert E Lee’s Birthday, 1946, Her husband, Carl Dean, is three years older than her and turned 79 this coming July. They don’t have their own children but Paton is the grand-mother of well known American Artist Miley Cyrus
Dolly Parton’s Net worth
As of 2021, American star Dolly Parton’s net worth is $600 million. With a career spanning over four decades, Dolly Parton has made a reputation for herself entertaining the planet together with her music, movies and amusement park. Best known for the long-lasting songs “Jolene,” “9 to 5” and “I Will Always Love You,”.Parton made her fortune through an entertainment empire that she built with years of diligence. She has created quite 40 top-10 country albums and won nine Grammy awards a testament to the recognition of her music.

Dolly Partonmovies were also popular among the audience and box office. “9 to 5,” is a good example, In the early 1990s Parton earned $10 million from Whitney Houston’s cover of the song “I Will Always Love You.” Parton owns Dollywood, Hotels and resorts and some live-action shows. Parton had refused several offers to pose nude for Playboy magazine, but did appear on the cover of the wearing a Playboy bunny outfit in October 1978 issue,

About Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library(Great Concept) could also be a book gifting program that mails free, high-quality books to children from birth to age five, no matter their family’s income. In addition to the various awards the organization has received, several milestones are celebrated throughout the years. With each goal achieved a replacement one takes its place, creating an ever-growing and expanding organizational culture, very similar to that of Dolly’s always-keep-dreaming mindset…
Porton responded to the COVID-19 pandemic vaccination programme and she donated $1 million to research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and not only that but she encouraged those who can make similar donations regarding the matter.
Here are the Top Eight Dolly Partons Songs, Enjoy and let us know your favorite song below in the comment section,
Coat of Many Colors (1971)
Jolene (1973)
I Will Always Love You (1974)
Love is like a Butterfly (1974)
The Bargain Store (1975)
Here You Come Again (1977)
9 to 5 (1980)
Why’d You Come In Here (1989)

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