Parton urges fans to "Run, Rose, Run"
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Parton urges fans to "Run, Rose, Run"

Friday, January 14, 2022 – Dolly Parton will release "Run, Rose, Run" on March 4 on her own Butterfly Records in partnership with Ingrooves/UMG.

The release is the companion project to an original novel, "Run, Rose, Run," co-authored by James Patterson and Parton releasing on March 7. "Big Dreams and Faded Jeans" is the first song and video.

Through writing "Run, Rose, Run" with Patterson, Parton was inspired to write, record and produce the companion album to the story. Co-produced by Richard Dennison and Tom Rutledge, the album mirrors the story of a young woman who leaves home for Nashville to pursue her music-making dreams and the dark secret from her past that threatens it all. Parton covers country/Americana/bluegrass sounds.

Joe Nichols is featured on the song "Lost and Found," while Ben Haggard, son of Merle, is on "Demons."

"So many people come to Nashville with their sack of songs," saidf Parton. "Whether they're running from anything or not, they're running towards a future. That's what 'Big Dreams and Faded Jeans' is all about. I am so pleased to finally share the first song from this exciting new album with all of you."

The track listing is:
Side A:
1. Run
2. Big Dreams and Faded Jeans
3. Demons (with Ben Haggard)
4. Driven
5. Snakes In The Grass
6. Blue Bonnet Breeze

Side B:
1. Woman Up and Take It Like A Man
2. Firecracker
3. Secrets
4. Lost and Found (with Joe Nichols)
5. Dark Night, Bright Future
6. Love or Lust (with Richard Dennison)


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