Dolly Parton – 2014 Concert Schedule
Country star Dolly Parton is a living legend. With successful ventures
in both music and film, Dolly is an unstoppable force in the business. As she gets ready to headline another tour, you don't
want to miss your chance to see her perform live. With beloved songs like "Jolene," "Coat of Many Colors," "9 to 5," and "My
Tennessee Mountain Home," you will get to relive the magic of Dolly's music all over again. Whether you've been a fan of hers
since the 60s, or you enjoyed her film work, all generations of fans are in for a treat during this concert season. To experience
the living legend Dolly Parton live in concert, visit StubHub today to get your tickets to the show. Dolly's concerts are
known to draw huge crowds, so be sure to get your tickets in advance.
About Dolly Parton
superstar Dolly Parton got her start in music at a young age. She began performing when she was a child, appearing on programs
in Tennessee and local radio shows. When she was thirteen years old, she recorded the single "Puppy Love," which took her
to the Grand Ole Opry. It was at the Grand Ole Opry where Dolly would meet Johnny Cash, who urged her to follow her dreams
and keep pursuing her career. And indeed she did, by moving to Nashville right after graduating from high school. She began
her professional career by songwriting, creating hits for artists like Skeeter Davis, Kitty Wells, and Hank Williams, Jr.
After being signed, her first country hit was "Dumb Blonde," which peaked at number 24 on the country music chart in 1967.
Dolly followed it up with "Something Fishy," which reached number 17. With a stable following, she was poised to release her
full-length, debut album, "Hello, I'm Dolly." Her debut album was a great start to an amazing career, and it peaked at number
11 on the country albums chart.
In 1967, Dolly scored another hit, this time a duet with Porter Wagoner. The song, "The
Last Thing on My Mind," which was a cover from Tom Paxton, reached the top ten and Dolly went on to release more successful
singles with Wagoner. More successful hits for Dolly included "Joshua," "Coat of Many Colors," "The Right Combination," "Burning
the Midnight Oil," and "Lost Forever in Your Kiss." However, her single "Jolene" would take her career to new levels of fame.
The song shot to the number 1 position on the US Country Songs chart, and it was later covered by a variety of artists.
the years, Dolly Parton has gone on to be the most treasured female country artist of all time. Her achievements in music
include having 25 songs reach the number 1 position on the Billboard Country charts, 41 top 10 country albums, over 100 million
worldwide sales, 8 Grammy Awards, 2 Academy Award nominations, 10 CMA Awards, 3 AMA awards, and 46 Grammy nominations.
Dolly Parton's Breakthrough Album
Dolly Parton got her big break when she had her big hit "Jolene," which is
one of the songs she is most famous for. She had endless chart toppers that followed, including "I Will Always Love You,"
which described her professional break from Porter Wagoner, "Love is Like a Butterfly," "The Bargain Store," Coat of Many
Colors," "9 to 5," and much more. By 1999, this legendary performer was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. She
has composed over 3,000 songs, which is a staggering feat for any musical artist. Now you get to hear these hits and more
performed live when Dolly hits the road on her next concert tour.
Dolly Parton Trivia
Did you know Dolly
Parton has her own theme park?
Dolly Parton's theme park, "Dollywood," is located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The park
attracts millions of guests each year, and it is considered to be one of the biggest tourist attractions in the state. Dollywood
features various amusement park rides and crafts, and it also hosts concerts and festivals.
you're a fan of country music, then you no doubt have a copy of at least one of Dolly Parton's records. Her songs have remained
fixtures on various country radio stations around the nation, and she has amassed a huge following over the last several decades.
With songs like "Jolene," "I Will Always Love You," "Love is Like a Butterfly," and "Coat of Many Colors," you and the audience
will get to enjoy all of Dolly's most treasured hits in person. If you've always wanted to check out a concert by Dolly Parton,
now's your chance. So what are you waiting for? Head over to StubHub for your tickets to see Dolly Parton live in concert,
and get ready for one of the best country music concerts ever!