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Recordings by Dolly Parton, Brenda Lee, Jackson Browne, Jeannie C. Riley & More Added to 2019 Grammy Hall of Fame

Recordings by Dolly Parton, Brenda Lee, Jackson Browne, Jeannie C. Riley & More Added to 2019 Grammy Hall of Fame

The Recording Academy announced its list of 25 singles/albums that have been added to the Grammy Hall of Fame. The 2019 inductees include a number of country-centric recordings, including Dolly Parton’s “Coat of Many Colors,” Brenda Lee’s “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,” Jeannie C. Riley’s “Harper Valley P.T.A.” and Jackson Browne’s 1972 self-titled album. The…MORE

Dolly Parton Celebrates 50th Anniversary as Grand Ole Opry Member

Dolly Parton Celebrates 50th Anniversary as Grand Ole Opry Member

Stay gold, Dolly Parton. Today (Jan. 4), the Queen of Country is celebrating her golden anniversary—that’s 50 years—as a member of the Grand Ole Opry. “It was always my dream to be on the Opry,” says Dolly. “I actually got to sing on the Grand Ole Opry when I was about 10 years old. I…MORE

Dolly Parton’s “Girl in the Movies” Earns Golden Globe Nomination for Best Original Song in a Motion Picture

Dolly Parton’s “Girl in the Movies” Earns Golden Globe Nomination for Best Original Song in a Motion Picture

Dolly Parton’s new song, “Girl in the Movies,” from the Netflix movie, Dumplin’, received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Song in a Motion Picture. In addition to re-recording six songs from her iconic catalog for the movie’s soundtrack, Dolly co-penned and recorded six new songs, including “Girl in the Movies.” Best Original Song…MORE

Dolly Parton to Celebrate 50th Anniversary as Grand Ole Opry Member in 2019

Dolly Parton to Celebrate 50th Anniversary as Grand Ole Opry Member in 2019

On Jan. 4, 2019,  Dolly Parton will celebrate her 50th anniversary as a member of the Grand Ole Opry. To commemorate the milestone accomplishment, the Opry will celebrate Dolly Week in October with a number of performances on Oct. 10, 11 and 12. Oct. 10 | Opry Country Classics featuring performances of Dolly’s No. 1…MORE

Dolly Parton Kicks Off the Holiday Season at Dollywood’s “Smoky Mountain Christmas” Celebration [Photo Gallery]

Dolly Parton Kicks Off the Holiday Season at Dollywood’s “Smoky Mountain Christmas” Celebration [Photo Gallery]

Dolly Parton kicked off the holiday season with her annual Smoky Mountain Christmas celebration at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., on Nov. 9. In addition to a performances by Dolly with her brother Randy and several nieces, Dolly opened the park’s newest expansion, Glacier Ridge, a “frosted version of the Smoky Mountains” that features a…MORE

Watch Dolly Parton Perform New Song, “Girl in the Movies,” From Upcoming Netflix Film, “Dumplin’”

Watch Dolly Parton Perform New Song, “Girl in the Movies,” From Upcoming Netflix Film, “Dumplin’”

In addition to re-recording six songs from her iconic catalog, Dolly Parton co-penned and recorded six new songs for the upcoming Nexflix movie, Dumplin’. Dumplin’, which is based on Julie Murphy’s 2015 best-selling novel of the same name, stars Danielle Macdonald as the plus-size daughter of Jennifer Aniston, a former Texas beauty queen. The daughter…MORE

Gucci Fashion Show Includes Denim Ode to Dolly Parton

Gucci Fashion Show Includes Denim Ode to Dolly Parton

During Gucci’s Spring 2019 runway show on Sept. 24 in Paris, two images of Dolly Parton strolled down the runway. Dolly’s likeness was featured on two pieces of clothing by Italian designer Alessandro Michele: a sleeveless denim jacket with an airbrushed closeup of Parton and the word “Dolly” a pink sweater with a pop-art portrait…MORE

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JULY 19, 2019

Popsicle might bring back its Double Pops because of JUSTIN BIEBER. He Tweeted at them to bring them back, and they said they will if they can get 100,000 re-Tweets.   Disney has put out 13 live-action adaptations so far, and “The Jungle Book” from 2016 has been the best-reviewed . . . followed by…

JULY 18, 2019

KATY PERRY sent TAYLOR SWIFT a literal olive branch . . . thus concluding one of the bloodiest conflicts in human history. But why? In a radio interview, she said, “I realized how much we have in common . . . and that we should celebrate our commonality and our friendship and to be able…