Dolly Parton is a rare celebrity who is as well-liked, popular, and magnetic as she is.

The country music legend turns 77 today, and it appears she has little more to accomplish after spending several decades at the top and creating innumerable spectacular concerts and albums.

Dolly continues to be hungry for success and new challenges, which is perhaps not unexpected. According to Rolling Stone, she is prepared to accept her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2022 and wants to celebrate it by releasing an album that some may view as outside her comfort zone.



Last year, fans were ecstatic when it became clear that Dolly Parton was up for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a result of her illustrious career.

However, if sources are to be believed, the diva herself was first hesitant to be considered for the award. According to reports, singer Jolene believed that since her career has largely consisted of country music, other musicians could be better qualified to enter the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

But in the end, the people determined that Dolly belonged there. Following her induction into the Hall of Fame in November, she immediately ensured that her selection was appropriate.

You may already be aware that Dolly is working on a rock album, which will undoubtedly feature a who’s who of rock and roll legends.

Dolly gave The View an update on her forthcoming album on Tuesday, saying that she has already lined up giants like Stevie Nicks, Paul McCartney, Steve Perry, Steven Tyler, and John Fogerty.

She reflected on being honored with a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction by stating.

She said to the hosts of The View, “I just didn’t feel like I had earned it, but they explained to me why I was in it and all that, so I said, “Well if you insist on giving it to me, I’ll take it.”

However, “I’m going to have to do something to earn it if I’m going to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.”


Although the album’s release date has not yet been confirmed, rumors suggest it will feature covers of the Rolling Stones’ “Satisfaction” and Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven.”

Dolly also made fun of the fact that she was trying to recruit Mick Jagger, saying, “I’m trying to recruit him, but I sang his song anyhow.”

Although Dolly hasn’t yet chosen which song Cher will feature, it is already well known that she will appear on the record in some capacity.

It will be quite exciting, she remarked.

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Regardless of how experimental it may sound, news of her new album will undoubtedly be positively greeted by admirers worldwide.

When Dolly announced in an interview with Pollstar that she would no longer be touring, she delivered a blowback in November.

I will occasionally perform unique shows, she stated.

Maybe perform a few gigs at a festival or over a long weekend. However, I no longer plan to embark on a full-fledged tour.

I’m content as long as Dolly Parton is content and continues to release music. She is undoubtedly one of the finest musicals ever to grace a stage, and I believe I speak for many others when I say that.

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