Style, celebrity, and sexists: Dolly Parton on "I know how to push men off and get the hell away"


Dolly Parton is reaching new heights with an album that features twenty-one rock legends. She talks about business, politics, and why she's always done and worn exactly what she wants.

I assume that you can't refuse Dolly Parton, which is why the list of celebrities on her most recent rock album is so absurd.

She performs Let it Be with Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney, accompanied by drums by Mick Fleetwood and guitar by Peter Frampton.

She has Rob Halford of Judas Priest, Debbie Harry, Stevie Nicks, and Joan Jett.

Elton John, too. Not only are the aging greats present, but Lizzo is as well.

Parton's 49th album, Rockstar, began with her induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

which, at first, she didn't think she was deserving of because she didn't see herself as an artist in that field

The source goes on, "[They] have things in common, so it might advance.

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