Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton’s reimagined version of her friend and fellow Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Tom Petty’s “Southern Accents,” from the forthcoming Petty Country: A Country Music Celebration of Tom Petty, is out today alongside a premiere of the music video on CBS Mornings as part of the show’s “What to Watch” segment. “I was fortunate enough to get to know Tom over the years,” reflects Parton.

Iconic Grammy-winning artists Melissa Manchester and Dolly Parton join forces to unveil the captivating focus track "Midnight Blue," a highlight of Manchester's eagerly awaited 25th studio album, RE:VIEW. Released by Green Hill Productions, this latest offering is a reflective and heartfelt ode to Manchester's illustrious 50-year career in the music industry, weaving pop, soul, and soft rock into a memorable musical tapestry that commemorates this landmark anniversary with a songbook of timeless classics.

On the final episode of What Would Dolly Do? Radio, Dolly and Kelleigh let their hair down and turn the music up, taking listeners through the rock-n-roller-coaster ride that is her new album, Rockstar; Dolly’s first rock album in her celebrated catalog and career. It’s a star-studded-leather affair with a who’s who of heavy hitters from the world of rock, from Sting to Steven Tyler, Joan Jett to John Fogerty.


Long considered the "wild man" of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Artimus Pyle's powerful and distinctive double bass drumming helped define the legendary Skynyrd sound. Artimus got his first real break at the Charlie Daniels Volunteer Jam. His first recording lists – Artimus Pyle, percussion. Then with other work for the Marshall Tucker Band, Artimus became known as a powerful session drummer.

A dazzling array of musicians, across generations and genres, have contributed to a new album that celebrates the deep influence and legacy of Doc Watson, the North Carolina guitarist, singer and songwriter who would have turned 100 on March 3 of this year. I Am A Pilgrim: Doc Watson at 100 features new renditions of some of Watson’s most beloved recordings from his expansive catalog.

Following the 'Good Morning America' debut of the official music video and stellar reviews for the emotionally driven ballad, Whisperin' Bill Anderson and Dolly Parton release a bluegrass version of "Someday It'll All Make Sense," available everywhere today.

To stream and download "Someday It'll All Make Sense (Bluegrass Version)" click HERE.

Putting a reggae twist on some of country music’s biggest hits, renowned Jamaican musicians – dubbed Positive Vibrations – have released Country Goes Reggae featuring Country Music Hall of Famers Dolly Parton and Alabama along with Jimmie Allen, Randy Houser, Rascal Flatts, Chase Rice, Toby Keith, Lainey Wilson, Uncle Kracker and more. PRESS HERE to stream now, and the full track listing can be found below!


Dolly Parton is an American treasure who continues to captivate one generation after another. Following her GRAMMY-winning bluegrass album 'The Grass Is Blue’ (1999), Parton hinted at another bluegrass-adjacent album in the works earlier this summer. Featured on the upcoming project are virtuosic musicians Jim VanCleve, Barry Abernathy and Darrell Webb, who make up three parts of “roots supergroup” (NPR) Appalachian Road Show.

Featuring eight new recordings and six classics performed by some of the top names in music, Country Faith Bluegrass will be released on Sept. 17 from Billy Blue Records. Fans can pre-order the 10th album from the acclaimed series now and instantly receive Dolly Parton's never-before-heard version of the old hymn "In the Sweet By and By" with Cordle, Jackson, Salley & Walker. To pre-order Country Faith Bluegrass, click HERE.


Two legendary artists—Barry Gibb and Dolly Parton—join forces on a new version of the beloved Bee Gees’ song, “Words,” out today. Listen/share HERE

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