Today we’re talking about the Smoky Mountain Songbird, the First Lady of Nashville, the Queen of Country and Backwoods Barbie herself: the one, the only Dolly Parton.
We’re using science, rhinestones, and Appalachian fireflies for our fail-proof formula to see if Dolly Parton is, in fact, a superhero. Let’s hop to it!
Do some good:
- Help a child get a book every month for a year by donating to the Imagination Library
- Help Dolly protect bald eagles by supporting the American Eagle Foundation
- Parton, D., & Oermann, R. K. (2020). Dolly Parton, Songteller: my life in lyrics. San Francisco: Chronicle Books.
- Dolly Parton recalls winding road from her native Sevier County to Opry
- Dolly Parton reflects on when Porter Wagoner sued her for $1 million
- Did Dolly Parton produce Buffy the Vampire Slayer?
- Dolly Parton on Growing up in Tennessee
- Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library
- Dolly Parton explains the real meaning of Backwoods Barbie
- Dolly Parton May Look Artificial, But She’s Totally Real
- Men are my weakness!
- Industry Insiders: Meet Steve Summers, Dolly Parton’s Creative Director
- Inside Dolly Parton’s Complicated History With Porter Wagoner
- 10 Times Dolly Parton Was a Literal Angel