Jason Aldean is ready to air some of his dirty laundry and will open up for the first time (that I can think of) about his divorce from his wife…
Iconic singer, songwriter, musician, actress and philanthropist Dolly Parton announces the 'Blue Smoke World Tour' will
travel across the pond in 2014 for June and July concerts in Europe hitting
England, Ireland, Scotland, Denmark, Germany, Norway, as well as a return to the
O2 Arena in London, the venue where Dolly recorded and filmed 'An Evening
With…Dolly' (Dolly Records), her widely praised DVD/CD set that was
certified GOLD by the RIAA.
Dolly’s latest studio album of all new material
'Blue Smoke' will be released worldwide on Dolly Records with a release
date to be announced soon.
PARTON announces the Australian tour dates as part of the 'Blue
Smoke World Tour' starting in February 2014. Parton returns to
Australia after a widely successful 2011 tour. Dolly’s latest studio album of
all new material “Blue Smoke” will be released worldwide on Dolly Records with a
release date to be announced soon.
“Australia, here I come again. We
have a lot of new and exciting things for the show and can’t wait to share it
with you. I love my fans in that part of the world. You’ve been so very good to
me for so many years and I know that we’re gonna have a wonderful time. It’s a
long way f rom home in your part of the world, but I always feel like I’m right
at home. So Australia, I’m coming home. Wait up!”
Check out the new music video from Kenny Rogers. The song, You Can't Make Old Friends, features Dolly Parton and is the first song released from Kenny's first new country…
Just look at that look on doomed comedian John Belushi's face in the classic pic above. Either that's all-consuming passion or Dolly Parton smelled like a tantalizing plate of donuts. …
As I mentioned a couple of days ago, Kenny Rogers has a new album called “You Can’t Make Old Friends” coming out October 8th. Happily it features a new duet…
With an astonishing recording career that now spans over seven decades, you
would think music legend Kenny Rogers had already accomplished
it all. However, you’d be wrong.
Rogers returns with You Can’t Make
Old Friends on October 8th via Warner Bros. Records, proving – once again –
that he still has plenty to say. The album reunites Rogers with long-time
friend and collaborator, Dolly Parton, for a brand new duet on
the title track, “You Can’t Make Old Friends.” It was thirty years ago almost
to the day when Kenny and Dolly released “Islands In The Stream,” which went on
to become an instant classic and one of the most successful singles by a duo in
“What a thrill it was for me to work again with my buddy,
Dolly Parton, and what a special song,” remarked Rogers. “Working with Dolly is
always a little like going home. Everything felt comfortable.”
I think we've all heard Dolly Parton's song Jolene (just in case, here it is). Well someone decided to take her original version of the song, slow it down 25%,…
Dolly Parton donned the bunny ears for the October 1978 Playboy cover and now Fox News has named it their #4 favorite cover.