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Dolly Rebecca Parton (born January 19, ) is an American singer, songwriter, He also worked temporary side jobs to make ends meet. .. In , Parton embarked on the Blue Smoke World Tour in support of her 42nd studio album. Avie Lee Parton, Dolly's mother and first musical influence, was musically influenced Lee Parton. Published October 5, / Last Updated October 8, Dolly Parton's marriage of 51 years has reportedly been plunged into crisis after an alleged cheating Meet the new Today Show team.
The result, 's Here You Come Againbecame her first million-seller, topping the country album chart and reaching number 20 on the pop chart. The Barry Mann - Cynthia Weil -penned title track topped the country singles chart, and became Parton's first top-ten single on the pop chart 3.
For the remainder of the s and into the early s, many of her subsequent singles moved up on both charts simultaneously. Her albums during this period were developed specifically for pop- crossover success. She continued to have hits with " Heartbreaker ", " Baby I'm Burning " and " You're the Only One ," all of which charted in the pop Top 40 and topped the country chart. During this period, her visibility continued to increase, with multiple television appearances.
Her commercial success grew inwith three consecutive country chart number-one hits: Parton became one of the few female country singers to have a number-one single on the country and pop charts simultaneously. Her singles continued to appear consistently in the country Top Between andshe had 12 Top hits; half of them hit number one.
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She continued to make inroads on the pop chart as well. However, RCA Records did not renew her contract after it expired inand she signed with Columbia Records in Country and bluegrass period[ edit ] Along with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadtshe released Trio to critical acclaim.
The album revitalized Parton's music career, spending five weeks at number one on Billboard's Country Albums chart, and also reached the top 10 on Billboard's Top Albums chart. After a further attempt at pop success with Rainbowincluding the single " The River Unbroken ", Parton focused on recording country material. Although Parton's career appeared to be revived, it was actually just a brief revival before contemporary country music came in the early s and moved most veteran artists off the charts.
Both the single and the album were massively successful. Parton's soundtrack album from the film, Straight Talkhowever, was less successful. But her album Slow Dancing with the Moon won critical acclaim and did well on the charts, reaching number four on the country albums chart, and number 16 on the Billboard album chart.
Live from Homefeaturing stripped down versions of some of her hits, as well as some traditional songs, was released in late Her recording of Stevens' " Peace Train " was later re-mixed and released as a dance single, reaching Billboard's dance singles chart.
Her country-rock album Hungry Again was made up entirely of her own compositions. A second and more contemporary collaboration with Harris and Ronstadt, Trio IIwas released in early Parton also was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in It was followed by the studio album Backwoods Barbiewhich was released on February 26,and reached number two on the country chart.
The album's debut at number 17 on the all-genre Billboard albums chart was the highest in her career. The Musicalan adaptation of her feature film. After the sudden death of Michael Jacksonwhom Parton knew personally, she released a video in which she somberly told of her feelings on Jackson and his death. Inshe was said to have been working on a dance-oriented album, Dance with Dolly, but as of Junethe album had not been released.
On January 6,Parton announced that her new album would be titled Better Day. On February 11,after the sudden death of Whitney HoustonDolly Parton stated, "Mine is only one of the millions of hearts broken over the death of Whitney Houston. I will always be grateful and in awe of the wonderful performance she did on my song, and I can truly say from the bottom of my heart, 'Whitney, I will always love you.
You will be missed. It was released in the United States on May 13, and debuted at number six on the Billboard chart, making it her first top album and her highest-charting solo album ever; it also reached the number two on the U.
The album was released in Europe on June 9, and reached number two on the UK album chart. On June 29,Parton performed for the first time at the UK Glastonbury Festival performing songs such as "Jolene", "9 to 5" and "Coat of Many Colors" to a crowd of more thanThe tour was one of Parton's biggest tours within the United States in more than 25 years. The song celebrates 50 years of the CMA Awards. The track had been written by Kesha's mother Pebe Sebert. It was previously a hit for Parton and was included on her album Dolly, Dolly, Dolly.
She also co-wrote and provided featuring vocals on the song "Rainbowland" on Younger Nowthe sixth album by her goddaughter Miley Cyrus. Other work[ edit ] InNashville Business ranked her to be the wealthiest country-music star. Songwriting[ edit ] Parton is a prolific songwriter, having begun by writing country-music songs with strong elements of folk musicbased upon her upbringing in humble mountain surroundings, and reflecting her family's Christian background.
Crammed Into The Cabin Parton and her family lived together in a one-room cabin. Dolly has been candid about the difficulties they faced, given that their home not only had to accommodate 14 people, but they had no electricity or running water. Oftentimes, the only respite the family had from the crushing stone of poverty was music and religion. It was in church that Dolly first discovered her voice, like many other country stars, but breaking out of the backwoods would not be an easy task.
Doting On Daddy InDolly wrote a tribute to her late father, who had passed inin celebration of the ways he influenced her life. She explained how though they were poor, and her father nearly broke his back trying to provide for the family, the children never lacked for gratitude. She shared that it may have only been a bite of pie or a sandwich, or sometimes even just a piece of bologna, but the kids all cherished those morsels.
A Magical Elixar Without modern comforts that were afforded to more affluent areas, even in the s when Dolly was growing up, the family had to make do with whatever they could find.
There was no such thing as television in the Parton household, but the children and their parents, Robert and Avie, managed to entertain themselves. Winter Winds Though Dolly has made light of her poverty-stricken childhood, some of her stories are no laughing matter.
Dolly shared that her siblings often wet the bed, which she learned to appreciate when it was the only source of warmth they had, though it caused her to bathe often in the winter.
Her first song was written about her corncob doll, the only toy she could muster in such harsh economic conditions.
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If not for him, she may never have had the opportunity to become the star she is now. Dolly reminisced about having to sleep in his car, but it seems the experience would all be worth it in the end. At that time, Dolly finally had an opportunity to hear some of the biggest country stars sing live, and there was one who she found particularly impressive. In those early years, the impressionable girl found herself quite taken by Johnny Cash.
It still got to me. I wanted fancy clothes, I wanted jewelry, I wanted to be pretty. Marriage seemed to be going as well as her career, a rarity in show business, but things were going to start getting rocky in a way the couple never expected.
Settling Into Home While Dolly Parton began touring the country as an acclaimed and popular musician, her husband was content to stay in Tennessee and build a decidedly unglamorous business as a road paver. Dean never minded staying home to mind his business while Dolly was off living the glamorous life. He liked the country life, but he would show his support in different ways. A Grander Return After Dolly hit it big, there was one thing she really wanted to do, which was purchase her childhood home.
Though she wanted to preserve the rustic charm it held when the family lived in deep poverty, she also still thought it should have an update. The park itself is situated not too far from her hometown. Dolly is afraid of riding on rollercoasters. In truth, Dolly finally divulged that she did have some tattoos in hidden places, which she had gotten done to cover scars.
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This item is a highly sought after piece of Dolly Parton memorabilia. As ofshe is still the sole recipient of this honor. Her classic hit song "I Will Always Love You" is currently certified with a Six Million-Air award, meaning it has been played on radio and television over six million times.
Inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in Inshe was among the women honored by Ms. Magazine as "Woman of the Year". Sevierville is her hometown. She also has a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame, which represents her accomplishments in the field of recording arts. Inducted as a member of the Grand Ole Opry on January 4, The Academy only allows for 30 new members each year, but in invited more people for membership in order to replace previous members who passed away or were retiring.
The two did a duet on the Dolly written track "Tomorrow is Forever". Winners in all categories were announced September 24, Her theme park 'Dollywood' in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is the most popular tourist attraction in the state according to the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development.
In Septembershe was named Tennessee's official ambassador for film and music by Governor Don Sundquist. Her job is to promote the state to industry executives in Hollywood and raise awareness of Tennessee's capability to produce television, film and recording projects soundtracks for Hollywood productions.
Lost a Dolly Parton Lookalike Contest. On December 31,Parton was named by the Tennessean newspaper as Tennessean of the Year for her work with children's literacy. The newspaper has been naming a Tennessean of the Year since Dolly's greatest hits compilation album "The Very Best of Dolly Parton", released in Europe as part of the promotional campaign for her European Tour, debut at 9 on the U.
The CD also debuted at 1 on the U. Had such a miserable time during filming of Straight Talkthat she effectively retired from big screen acting. All her work since has been television work or appearances as herself. On March 25,she was entered into London's Wembley Square of Fame with the unveiling of a plaque of her handprints. The presentation was made before her sold-out concert that night at the Wembley Arena.
This lifetime achievement award is presented to the pioneers of country music who have made lasting contributions to the genre. Inducted into the American Songwriters Hall of Fame in Godmother of Miley Cyrus. On August 1,it was announced she would be starting her own record label, Dolly Records. She is the only artist signed to the label.
This is Parton's second record label launch. Inshe and producer Steve Buckingham launched Blue Eye Records which Dolly was also the only artist on the roster. Dolly personally finances her recordings and then leases the finished albums to other labels for distribution. For her Dolly Records label, she will also take on the responsibility of marketing her CD releases personally and major label partners will only handle distribution of the projects.
Her cousin is adult actress and model Julia Partonformally known as Nina Alexander.
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Met her future husband, Carl Deanat a laundromat. In Poker, a hole card combination of a 9 and a 5 is called a "Dolly Parton", named after the song and movie, 9 to 5 InParton was commissioned as a Kentucky Colonel. The highest honor given in the state of Kentucky [USA].
The Musical" in She did not win the honor. The role was eventually filled by Faye Dunaway. Inducted into the Country Gospel Hall of Fame in In DecemberParton released her first ever officially licensed calendar for the year.
Parton posed in a photo campaign wearing a pair of sequin cargo pants and combat boots in order to support America's troops and families. The interview spot was done as part of the promotional campaign for the two ladies' film, Joyful Noise Thereafter, she found out that Elvis Presley was interested in singing the song as a duet with her; however, there was one catch: Since she had already published the song herself, it made no sense to her to give up those royalties.
Thus, despite her intense desire to sing with "The King of Rock 'n' Roll", she had to decline the request Although Parton originally agreed to work with Porter Wagoner for five years, she stayed with Wagoner an extra two years because of her immense respect for him.
At the end of the seventh year, Parton and Wagoner argued, because she wanted to go on her own and Wagoner wanted her to stay.
Eventually, she decided to write a song to express how she felt and she penned her eventual mega hit, "I Will Always Love You".
The slot machines featured interactive jukebox-style song selections, big bonus action and front-row concert experiences, complete with Parton cheering the player along as they go. When Parton turned it down she didn't know who Gabriel wasKate Bush recorded it with him instead. Although she was not credited by name, Dolly Parton was one of the executive producers of the cult-classic teen horror series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" through her production partnership called Sandollar Entertainment with Sandy Gallin, who had managed Parton's career.
Her younger sister Rachel Dennison played her character from the film 9 to 5 in the TV series of the same name. Her musical, "9 to 5: Was mentioned by Kanye West in the remix version of the song "Lollipop". Was mentioned by Grethen Wilson in the song "California Girls".
Created the "My People Fund" to raise money for victims of the wildfires that have ravaged the Great Smokey Mountains region which caused 2, people to be evacuated, and buildings being destroyed [December ]. Parton was named Tennessean of the Year twice.
Once in for her work with the Dollywood Foundation and "The Imagination Library" literacy program and again in due to her work helping those displaced by the Sevier County, TN wild fires. Personal Quotes 82 I'm not offended by dumb blonde jokes because I know that I'm not dumb.
I also know I'm not blonde. I describe my look as a blend of mother goose, cinderella, and the local hooker! It takes a lot of money to make a person look this cheap!
I like to buy clothes that are two sizes too small and then take them in a little. I have little feet because nothing grows in the shade. If you don't like the road you're walking, start paving another one. I had to get rich so I could afford to sing like I was poor again. There are plenty of charities for the homeless.
Isn't it time somebody helped the homely? If you want to see the rainbow you gotta put up with the rain. There's a heart beneath the boobs and a brain beneath the wig. After Momma gave birth to twelve of us kids, we put her up on a pedestal. It was mostly to keep Daddy away from her.
I hope to die right in the middle of a song and right on the stage doing what I love to do. I hope to be about when that happens. The Mountain Press I wake up with new dreams every day. So the more I can do to channel that into things that I love to create is healthier for me and probably for everybody around me. And the older I get, the earlier I get up. The second my feet hit the floor, I'm awake.
I'm like hurry, hurry. I just love life. And I feel like we ain't got but a certain amount of time anyway. I want to make the most of all of it. Reader's Digest - January He's a precious man. He's got a lot of bad press lately but I think he's out to try to save the world, not destroy it.
The Daily Show - October 17, I'm like a cartoon! I'll look this way when I'm eighty. I can see it now, people will be rolling me around in a wheelchair and I'll still have my big hair, nails, my high heels and my boobs stuck out! Some of my dreams are so big they would scare you. People don't realize that, you know, we have -- 'we' meaning people in show business have the same problems as everybody else.
Money don't change that. Fame don't change that. Sometimes, that brings on more problems. You know, it's just a -- different kind of problems. As they say, money ain't everything. I have loved performing since I was big enough to wrestle my little brothers and sisters into sitting long enough for me to sing them my latest musical masterpiece. I just hope ya'll will come out and see this little girl from the hills of Tennessee walk out there on that big ole stage and make her dreams come true, don't make me wrestle you too 'cause I will if I have to!
I'm not like a real person. I love being artificial. I think there's a little magic in the fact that I'm so totally real, but look so artificial at the same time. When I play live, it's a lovefest with me and my audience. It's how I get my rocks off. I'm a show-off basically