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Dolly Parton discussed on Pop Shop
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Dolly Parton In Studio + Lunchbox and Amy's Endorsement Deals
Dolly Parton stops by the studio for 'The Friday Morning Conversation'. Lunchbox and Amy share their latest endorsement deals. Show members try and guess famous country artists from clips of them singing as teenagers.
The Bobby Bones Show
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Muses and Stuff EP 99: Dolly Parton - The Early Years
We all know her, we all love her and there is no one else like her. Who could we possibly be talking about? That’s right, Dolly Parton! Today Chanty presents the story of Dolly Parton, the early years. With the help of Dolly’s book “Dolly: My Life and Other Unfinished Business”, you can hear the story of how Dolly got to be the super star she is today. A small town girl from the smoky mountains of East Tennessee, Dolly was one of twelve children born in a home no bigger than a shack. A real rags to riches story, Chanty explains how Dolly discovered God, Music and Sex (not necessarily in those orders) and in turn discovered and became the best Dolly she could be. A story of faith, believing in yourself and dreaming big, this is a fun an inspirational episode that might have you saying “I didn’t know that!” We also cover Dolly’s longtime marriage to Carl Thomas Dean, a handsome young man she met after moving to Nashville. The couple have been married for over 50 years and are still going strong. What makes this marriage everlasting? You’ll have to listen to find out! This month, Dolly will be honoured as the Person of the Year by MusicCares for her humanitarian work. She also celebrated a birthday last month, so Happy 73rd Birthday Dolly Parton! You can find us on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook. Don’t forget to Rate, Review & Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes! Check out PANTHEON for more amazing podcasts!
Rock N Roll Archaeology
Aired 4 months ago 50:35
Dolly Parton - 'Dumplin''
One of the most popular singer/songwriters of all-time — a woman who The Guardian described as “the biggest star country music has ever produced,” and who has crossed back and forth, for more than 40 years, between country and pop, while also starring in movies and on TV — discusses her Appalachian roots and road to Nashville, the backstories of her greatest hits ("Jolene," "9 to 5," "I Will Always Love You") and how she came to provide the soundtrack — and Oscar-contending single 'Girl in the Movies' — for a new Netflix movie. But first: Alex Honnold, the professional rock climber who is the subject of the new National Geographic documentary 'Free Solo,' joins Scott to discuss his death-defying free solo — as in, climb without ropes — of Yosemite National Park’s 3,000-foot El Capitan wall, which has been called "the moon landing of free soloing" and "the most impressive athletic achievement of our lifetimes."