This week in
Dolly history
Twenty-eight years ago Monday, Trio hits the stores. Twenty-four years ago Monday, “Rockin' Years” with Ricky Van Shelton, Dolly's 24th No. 1 single, debuts on the country charts; it would be nominated for a Grammy and win the TNN/Music City News Award for Video of the Year. Forty-two years ago Tuesday, “We Found It” with Porter debuts on the country singles charts; it peaks at No. 30. That same day, album of the same name debuts on the country charts; it reaches No. 20. Nine years ago Wednesday, “When I Get Where I'm Going,” a duet with Brad Paisley, becomes Dolly's 25th country No. 1; the song would later become her first tune to be certified as a gold single for paid digital downloads. Twenty-seven years ago Thursday, “I Know You By Heart,“ a duet with Smoky Robinson, debuts on the adult contemporary singles chart; it peaks at No. 22. Thirty-four years ago Friday, the album 9 to 5 And Odd Jobs is certified gold, Dolly's fifth, for sales in excess of 500,000 copies. Eight years ago Friday, Dolly's first major European tour in three decades kicks off in Denmark; she plays 21 sold out concerts (many of which sold out in minutes) at major venues in 17 cities across Scandinavia and the British Isles. Thirty-seven years ago Saturday, Dolly records “Heartbreaker” and “I Really Got The Feeling” for Heartbreaker; released as singles five and eight months later, respectively, the former stays at No. 1 on the country charts for three weeks (No. 37 pop, No. 12 adult contemporary) and the latter hits No. 1 country for a week. Thirty-four years ago Saturday, 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs marks its fourth of 10 weeks at No. 1 on the country album charts (Dolly's fourth time there and her longest stay atop the chart); it also reaches No. 11. That same day, the single “9 To 5” returns to the No.1 position on the pop chart for a second week and retains the No. 1 spot on the adult contemporary chart for a second week. Forty-six years ago Sunday, “Yours Love” with Porter debuts on the country singles charts; it would peak at No. 9. Thirty-seven years ago Sunday, Dolly cuts her self-penned disco anthem “Baby I'm Burning” for Heartbreaker; released eight months later as the flip-side to “I Really Got The Feeling,” it makes it to No. 25 pop, No. 11 adult contemporary and No. 48 country while becoming one of the year's biggest dance club hits. Twenty-nine years ago Sunday, “Think About Love” becomes the 20th of her 25 No. 1 country hits. Seven years ago Sunday, Backwoods Barbie debuts in the lower reaches of the country albums charts due to early shipment of Internet pre-orders; the next week, it's “real” debut sends it to No. 2 country, No. 17 pop, the highest debut of her career.


In-person Dolly
(scheduled live appearances, some are tentative)

  • March 20-21, 2015, Dollywood season opening

  • May 1, 2015, 30th annual Dolly Parade, Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

  • May 1-2, 2015, Dollywood Homecoming


    Charts

  • U.K., March 7 edition:
          Blue Smoke No. 81 pop albums (up from No. 92; 38th week; peaked at No. 2), No. 1 country compilation albums (no change; 38th week; peaked at No. 1)


    Upcoming television appearances
    (All times Eastern unless noted)
  • March 4, 6:30 a.m., Showtime Comedy, Straight Talk
  • March 4, 11:30 p.m., Palladia, Dolly Parton: Live at the Glastonbury Festival 2014
  • March 5, 5 p.m., Centric, Joyful Noise (re-runs midnight March 6)
  • March 6, 12:30 a.m., Ovation, The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas (re-runs 10:30 p.m. March 6, 8 p.m. March 10, 5 p.m. March 11)
  • March 6, 4:55 a.m., 5Star Max, The Beverly Hillbillies
  • March 6, 6:30 p.m., RFD-TV, The Porter Wagoner Show (Dolly's first episode; re-runs 5 a.m. March 7, 10:30 a.m. March 8)
  • March 8, 5 p.m., Palladia, Glastonbury Festival 2014 Hour 3
  • March 11, noon, Showtime Family, Straight Talk (re-runs 6:25 p.m. March 11, 3:55 a.m. March 12)
  • March 12, 8:45 a.m., Showtime, Straight Talk (re-runs 4:40 p.m. March 12)
  • March 14, 4:35 p.m., Oxygen, Steel Magnolias (re-runs 12:25 a.m. March 15)
  • March 14, 7:15 p.m., Oxygen, Miss Congeniality 2: Armed & Fabulous (re-runs 9:50 p.m. March 14)


    Upcoming or recent releases

  • Lifetime Holiday Triple Feature DVD with A Country Christmas Story featuring Dolly, Nov. 4

  • Touch Your Woman digital re-issue of 1972 album, Oct. 22

  • Early Morning Breeze DVD August 12

  • 2015 Official Dolly Calendar July 15

  • Trio, vinyl reissue of 1987 album with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris, July 7

  • Bridges Mary Sarah (with Dolly duet on "Jolene") July 8

  • Blue Smoke U.S. release, May 13 (get the vinyl release here)

  • Just Between You And Me: Complete Recordings 1967-76 Porter & Dolly six-CD boxed set, May 13

  • "Home" U.S. digital single release, April 22

  • Who Is Dolly Parton? children's illustrated biography book April 3

  • Love Is Like A Butterfly 1974 album available for digital download March 21

  • "Blue Smoke" U.S. digital single release, March 18

  • Blue Smoke U.S. import of Aussie release, Feb. 4

  • The Box Set Series four-CD set, Jan. 28

  • The Very Best Of Dolly Parton: Australian Tour Edition U.S. import of Aussie release, Dec. 31

  • The Bargain Store, 1975 album available for digital download Dec. 23

  • Dream More: Celebrate The Dreamer In You paperback edition of Dolly's book Nov. 512:30 a.m.

  • Divided & United Civil War music CD with Dolly duet of "Listen To The Mockingbird" Nov. 5

  • My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy, 1969 album available for digital download Oct. 22

  • To All The Girls Willie Nelson CD (with Dolly duet) Oct. 15

  • You Can't Make Old Friends Kenny Rogers CD (with Dolly duet) Oct. 8

  • Rhinestone DVD re-issue Aug. 6

  • Heartbreak Express, 1982 album available for digital download July 16

  • Under The Influence Straight No Chaser CD (with Dolly guest vocals) May 7

  • Duets Paul Anka CD (with Dolly duet) April 9

  • Unsung Hero: A Tribute To The Music of Ron Davies (features Dolly track) March 25

  • At Last Lulu Roman CD (with Dolly duet) Jan. 15

  • Dream More book (Putnam) Nov. 27 (audio book available here)

  • Hollywood To Dollywood DVD (Breaking Glass Pictures), Nov. 6

  • Playlist: The Very Best of Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton (Sony Legacy) Oct. 9

  • Joyful Noise Songbook (Hal Leonard) May 30

  • Joyful Noise DVD (Warner Brothers) May 1

  • Joyful Noise Soundtrack (Watertower) Jan. 10

  • Bill Anderson: The First 10 Years: 1956-1966, Bill Anderson (previously unreleased duet "If It's All The Same To You") (Bear Family Records), Nov. 22

  • Les Grands Espaces, Isabelle Boulay, Nov. 15, duet on "True Blue"

  • "He's Everything", single from Joyful Noise soundtrack, Oct. 28

  • Chicago XXXIII: O Christmas Three, Oct. 4, duet on "Wonderful Christmas Time" (Chicago II)

  • First Dog DVD (features original songs by Dolly) Sept. 6

  • The Words and Music of Dolly Parton, July 31 (The Praeger Singer-Songwriter Collection)

  • The Tour Collection, July 26 (re-issue via Sony UK)

  • Better Day, June 28 (Dolly Records) (Vinyl version available here Aug. 16)

  • Straight Talk, May 10 (Mill Creek Entertainment) Blu-Ray disc release

  • . Hannah Montana Forever: Final Season, The Ultimate Fan Experience, March 8 (Disney DVD)

  • The Grascals, Country Classics With A Bluegrass Spin (Cracker Barrel exclusive) Jan. 10

  • Dolly's 9 To 5: The Musical songbook Jan. 5

  •  Wanted Dec. 14, seven previously unreleased Monument-era songs (Jukebox Records)

  • Super Hits/Heartbreaker, Nov. 9, re-issue (Sony)

  • Dolly Parton Triple Feature, Vol. 2, Nov. 9, re-issue of Coat of Many Colors, My Tennessee Mountain Home and Jolene (Sony)

  • Playlist: The Very Best Gospel Of Dolly Parton, Oct. 12 (RCA/Legacy)

  • Taken Rhonda VIncent (with Dolly duet), Sept. 21 (Upper Management)

  • Desgining Women: Season Four DVD, Sept. 14 (Shout)

  • "Made For Loving You" (digital single) (duet with Curly Putman) Aug. 31

  • Fairest Of Them All/My Favorite Songwriter, Porter Wagoner Aug. 17 (Omni; re-issue)

  • Brother Clyde (CD by Billy Ray Cyrus' new band, Brother Clyde, featuring a Dolly duet) Aug. 10 (Disney)

  • The Essential 3.0 Dolly Parton (compilation) June 15 (Sony Legacy)

  • Letter to Heaven: Songs of Faith and Inspiration May 4 (RCA)

  • A Real Live Dolly March 19 (RCA, download only)

  • Country's Greatest Stars Live Vol. 1 Jan. 26 (Shout! Factory)

  • "Comin' Home For Christmas" (single only) Dec. 1 (Dolly Records)

  • Dolly: Live From London (DVD and CD concert set) Nov. 10 (Dolly Records) (DVD portion available for downloading from Amazon here)

  • Dolly (four-CD boxed set) Oct. 27 (Sony Legacy)

  • Kenny Rogers: The First 50 Years (three-CD boxed set with new Dolly duet) Oct. 27 (Time Life Records)

  • "Change It" (single) July 28 (Dolly Records)

  • 9 To 5: The Musical (Soundtrack) July 28 (Dolly Records)

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    Today's Dolly Parton news

    DreamMore Resort Opens Aug. 18, Taking Reservations
    Dollywood's DreamMore Resort this week revealed that it will open Aug. 18 and began taking reservations for stays starting on that date. The hotel resort adjacent to Dolly's theme park and water park was originally scheduled for a May opening but suffered construction delays.

    Clarkson, Fallon Sing Duet Classics
    Kelly Clarkson stopped by The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon this week and performed a “history of duets” with the host, including Kenny & Dolly's “Islands In The Stream.” Watch the sketch here.

    Canadian Paper Remembers Dolly Concert From 39 Years Ago
    The Edmonton Journal this week reprinted a Dolly concert review from 1976 which described her as “with her push 'em up bra pushing 'em up, her store-bought hair piled high on her head and her chubby little body packed into an almost-bursting-at-the-seams glass-studded jumpsuit, Dolly Parton cut an impressive figure at the Jubilee Auditorium. She looked like a truck driver's dream. Gone wild. A living, breathing kewpie doll from the top of her fake platinum blond to the tip of her open-toed, silver high heels ... she seemed to be a throwback to the days before women's lib when most assets were her obvious.” Read more here.

    Night Of 1,000 Dollys Welcomes Guest Performers
    Plans are coming together for May 2nd's Night of 1,000 Dollys, returning for the sixth year to Knoxville's Club XYZ. Venue owner Richard Cameron, also known as The Outrageous Raz, who hosts the evening, announced that professional Dolly impersonators Jason CoZmo and Cloe Richards will perform this year, as will XYZ cast members Vanity Love and Trixie Lynn. “Since 2010 we have delighted in celebrating our love of Dolly Parton,” he added. “We will have our annual Best Dolly contest and Imagination Library Raffle.” The event is not affiliated with Dolly Parton, Dolly Parton Enterprises or Dollywood, Inc. Click on the image below for a larger view.



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    Past news

    March 2:
    'Blue Smoke' Rises On U.K. Charts
    Dolly's Blue Smoke rebounds 11 spots this week on the British pop albums chart, its 38th week on the U.K. tally, coming in at No. 81, while the album maintains its No. 1 position on the country compilations album tally for a 38th consecutive week. The Real Dolly Parton re-enters the top 100 pop albums at No. 73 in its 10th week. On the country albums tally, the re-issue of her Dolly boxed set, falls back off the top 20, down from No. 18. On the country compilations chart, Emmylou Harris's Original Album Series, Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony) inches down one to No. 5 while her Original Album Series, Volume 2 (featuring one track with Dolly harmony and two tracks with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) holds steady at No. 8 and Ronstadt's own Original Album Series (featuring one Dolly cover and one track with Dolly harmony) holds steady at No. 7.

    'Jolene' Makes Top Karaoke Songs Of Year Overseas
    Thanks to her Glastonbury appearance and the success of her most recent album, Dolly's "Jolene" was the 10th most-performed karaoke song in the U.K. last year, a new survey has found. "Let It Go" was No. 1. Read more from Entertainmentwise here.

    Dolly Named To Top 50 Living Musicians List
    The Best Schools has identified the 50 "most important living musicians," which includes Dolly. Read the list here.

    Union Sings Dolly's '9 To 5' On 'The Tonight Show'
    Gabrielle Union was on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon last week and named Dolly's "9 To 5" as one of her go-to karaoke songs, treating the audience to her Dolly impersonation. Watch it here.

    Stampede Makeover Gets 'Times' Coverage
    The renovations to Dolly's Dixie Stampede dinner theatre in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., made The New York Times last week. Read the story here.

    Miley Alters Dolly, Madonna Pictures
    Dolly goddaughter Miley Cyrus last week released photos of her face superimposed over the bodies of Madonna and Dolly. See her photoshop work here.


    Feb. 23:
    'Blue Smoke' Nears Bottom Of U.K. Pop Charts
    After 37 weeks on the charts and about 375,000 copies sold since its release in Europe, Dolly's platinum-selling Blue Smoke appears poised to drop out of the British top 100 pop albums chart, dropping 37 places to No. 92 on the U.K. tally this week, it was revealed Sunday. The album maintains its No. 1 position on the country compilations album tally for a 37th consecutive week. The Real Dolly Parton falls off the top 100 pop albums, down from No. 78 in its ninth week. On the country albums tally, the re-issue of her Dolly boxed set, re-enters the top 20 at No. 18. On the country compilations chart, Emmylou Harris's Original Album Series, Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony) rises two to No. 4 while her Original Album Series, Volume 2 (featuring one track with Dolly harmony and two tracks with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) holds steady at No. 8 and Ronstadt's own Original Album Series (featuring one Dolly cover and one track with Dolly harmony) gains three to No. 7.

    Fashion Designer Finds Inspiration From Dolly Song
    Fashion designer Jeremy Scott was recently in New York with his spring collection debut, "Dolly Pattern." He tells The Examiner here that the season was inspired by Dolly's "Coat of Many Colors" and dolls. He used leather patchwork and silks into the pieces of his collection to represent Dolly's patchwork coat. He also used her "Jolene" near the close of the runway show for the collection.


    Feb. 21:
    Dolly's Academy Award Connections Recalled
    In observance of the Oscars, Entertainment Weekly tabulated the 10 women who appeared the most times on Mr. Blackwell's worst dressed list, and Dolly was on it. Read the list here. In related news, New York Daily News put Dolly's loss for "Travelin' Thru" to "It's Hard Out There For A Pimp" as one of the 10 biggest upsets in Oscar history here.

    Sambora's Dolly Performance Led To New Manager
    Richie Sambora told The Wall Street Journal this week about his experience playing with Dolly in London last year, which actually led to him signing with her manager, Danny Nozell. Read more here.

    Foo Fighters Series With Dolly Heading To DVD
    The Foo Fighters have announced this week that their HBO music series Sonic Highways will be released on DVD April 7 with extended interviews with several of the series' participants, including Dolly.

    '9 To 5' Getting LA Screening March 5
    9 To 5 is getting a big screen showing in Los Angeles March 5. The screening is in honor of the exit of the executive director of LGBT film festival Outfest, since it is one of her favorite movies. Get tickets here. Thanks, John!

    Doctored 'Dolly Bus' Goes Viral Online
    A photoshopped image of a bus in Woking, England, on which someone changed the bus number to 925 to make it a Dolly-themed joke went viral this week. Check out a story about it here.


    Feb. 16:
    'Blue Smoke' No Longer In Top 50 Overseas
    Dolly's Blue Smoke falls out of the top 50 U.K. pop albums chart this week, sliding six spots to No. 55 in its 36th week overseas, Sunday's charts revealed, while the CD maintains its No. 1 position on the country compilations album tally for a 36th consecutive week. The Real Dolly Parton gains 10 places to No. 78 for a ninth week on the pop albums list. On the British country compilations chart, Emmylou Harris's Original Album Series, Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony) dips two to No. 6 while her Original Album Series, Volume 2 (featuring one track with Dolly harmony and two tracks with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) inches down one to No. 8 and Ronstadt's own Original Album Series (featuring one Dolly cover and one track with Dolly harmony) drops two to No. 10 while Ultimate Dolly Parton falls back off the top 20 country compilations tally down from No. 19. Down Under, The Very Best Of Dolly Parton, Volume 1 falls back off the top 40 Australian country albums chart, down from No. 36 in its 348th chart week since its release in 2007.

    British Fan Profiled By Major Newspaper
    British mega-fan Joe Skelly, webmaster of Dolly Part'ners UK, was profiled over the weekend in The Daily Mail. Read about his collection here.


    Feb. 14:
    New Stampede Show, Background Opens In Pigeon Forge
    Dolly's Dixie Stampede flagship dinner theatre in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., unveiled its new show, music and special effects on Friday night. Check out coverage from Local 8 here.

    Baby Center Profiles Dolly's Imagination Library
    Dolly's Imagination Library is highlighted on the Baby Center blog this week here.

    Newcomer Loves Dolly, Wants Duet
    Rising star Elle King dreams of collaborating with Dolly, telling People magazine: "My dream duet would be with Dolly Parton! She's the queen, are you kidding me? She wrote '9 to 5' by smacking her nails back and forth and made a beat. And she wrote it in between takes of that movie." Read her interview here.


    Feb. 12:
    DreamMore Resort Toured By Press, Pool Announced
    Dollywood on Wednesday took the local media through the incomplete DreamMore Resort to see a construction update. Unfortunately, construction delays prevented an exact opening date from being revealed but the park expects to open it sometime in the summer. The originally-announced opening was May 2015, but now it appears it will be later in the summer. The park also announced its outside pool, pictured below, which has a waterfall at one end just outside the lobby's three-story windows and a zero-entry level at the other end allowing families to wade in on a gradual slope just like a natural pond or lake to depths of five feet. There will also be a family splash pad. Coverage is available from Knoxville stations Local 8 here, WBIR here and WATE here in addition to The Knoxville News Sentinel here.


    Feb. 11:
    'Blue Smoke' Sells Another 1,500 Overseas
    Dolly's Blue Smoke moved another 1,500 units in Britain last week, bringing its 35-week sales total to about 373,000 copies since release overseas. As was previously reported, the former multi-week No. 2 pop album in the U.K. came in last week at No. 49 pop albums there.

    Year's Book List For Dolly's Library Released
    Dolly's Imagination Library on Tuesday announced that its 2015 book lists for the U.S./Canada, Australia and the U.K. have been issued. In a press release, Dolly commented: "Every year our Blue Ribbon Committee sits down with the great folks at Penguin Random House to make some very difficult choices. It's an honor for me to join these talented writers and illustrators in our effort to inspire kids to love books and to love reading. Last year we worked with our local partners to put 9 million books in the hands of children—it just doesn't get any better than that!" Providing one free, age-appropriate book every month from birth to age 5 for any child in one of more than 1,600 participating communities, the lists of 2015 books to be mailed are available here.

    Tennessee Press Association Names Dolly Year's 'Headliner'
    The Tennessee Press Association recently honored Dolly as its Headliner of the Year for 2014, recognizing an individual or group that generated the most-positive press within the state during the year. Her award was accepted by Dollywood Foundation Executive Director Jeff Conyers. Check out a photo in The Columbia Daily Herald here.

    ACM Awards Feature Dolly On New 'Now!' CD Set
    The Academy of Country Music on Tuesday revealed the upcoming release of an anniversary double-CD set in the Sony/Universal "Now! That's What I Call" series titled Now! That's What I Call ACM Awards 50 Years on March 31. Dolly is among the ACM winners featured on the collection, although her song has yet to be revealed.

    Check Out New Clip Of Dolly's Statue
    Cinemarr Studios on Sunday posted to YouTube a cool time-lapse video of Dolly's statue on the Sevier County Courthouse grounds in her native Sevierville, Tenn. Check it out here.

    'Dolly Mixture' Performances Coming To More Cities
    You may have recalled reading here about Aberdeen Opera Company in Britain debuting a new Dolly Mixture show celebrating her. Organizers saw the report and asked me to pass along that they're touring the concert after its Feb. 25 premiere in Inerbervie, Scotland. They will play Midmar, Fraserburgh and Aberdeen in Northeast Scotland on the 26th, 27th and 28th.

    Miley Tour DVD Coming March 24
    Dolly goddaughter Miley Cyrus has scheduled a DVD release from her Bangerz World Tour's stops in Barcelona and Lisbon for March 24. While the track listing has not been released, she performed covers of Dolly's "Jolene" at almost all concerts on the tour and also her "Love Is Like A Butterfly" at several dates as well. No word yet on whether either of those songs is included in the DVD.


    Feb. 9:
    Dolly Moves On British, Aussie Charts
    Dolly's platinum-selling Blue Smoke dips seven places this week on the U.K. pop albums chart to No. 49 in its 35th week overseas, Sunday's charts showed, while the CD maintains its No. 1 position on the country compilations album tally for a 35th consecutive week. The Real Dolly Parton re-enters the top 100 pop albums chart at No. 88 for an eighth week. On the British country compilations chart, Emmylou Harris's Original Album Series, Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony) gains two to No. 4 while her Original Album Series, Volume 2 (featuring one track with Dolly harmony and two tracks with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) holds steady at No. 7 and Ronstadt's own Original Album Series (featuring one Dolly cover and one track with Dolly harmony) rises three to No. 8 while Ultimate Dolly Parton re-enters the top 20 country compilations tally at No. 19. Down Under, The Very Best Of Dolly Parton, Volume 1 re-enters the top 40 Australian country albums chart at No. 36 to log a 348th chart week since its release in 2007.

    Taking A Look At Dolly's Songwriting Genius
    A couple of critics in recent days posted examinations of Dolly's songwriting genius. One with the New Zealand site Stuff opined here that "Jolene" represents a romantic triangle in the vein of the great classics of literature and that her appeal to a social contract by asking the other woman to not take her man brings to mind philosophical theories of John Locke, Thomas Hobbes and David Hume. He adds: "Seldom has a country singer squeezed so much erudition into just one song, but such is Parton's genius." And Brooklyn Rail reprinted Dave Hickey's study of her songwriting abilities that originally served as the basis of a 1974 piece for Country Music magazine. Read it here.

    New Book Looks At Country's History Via Dolly
    NPR over the weekend posted an essay by the author of a recent book, released by the University of Chicago Press back in November, that uses five case studies to examine the development of various music genres: Dolly's career to represent country music, The Isley Brothers for R&B, Elton John for Top 40, Cleveland radio station WMMS for rock, and record label A&M for adult contemporary. The book, Top 40 Democracy: The Rival Mainstreams of American Music, is available from Amazon here. Check out the NPR story here.

    British Baby Loves 'Applejack'
    British newspaper The Press And Journal shared a cute story of a baby who can only be calmed by playing a recording of Dolly singing "Applejack." Check it out here.

    Dolly Fan Dinner Near Sell-Out
    Organizers of the unofficial Dolly Fan Dinner in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., May 1 tell Dollymania.net that the event is getting close to selling out. Tickets are available here or by clicking on the picture below.


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