Parton hosts first ever Twitter Q&A
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Parton hosts first ever Twitter Q&A

Thursday, April 24, 2014 – Dolly Parton, who releases "Blue Smoke" on May 13, will participate in @TwitterMusic's "Legends on Twitter" series to host her first-ever Twitter Q&A on Sunday, April 27 at 5 p.m. eastern.

The Twitter event will be held just prior to her scheduled live performance on QVC during the "Dolly Parton Q Sessions Live from Nashville - featuring "Blue Smoke" broadcast. Fans can submit questions at http://bit.ly/DollyQA or by tweeting using the hashtag #AskDolly.


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CD review - Pure & Simple Dolly Parton is no stranger to flash. Even before our modern country era, where many of the most successful artists rival contemporary pop stars for high profile image manipulation, Parton had the city girl look down pat (alas, without ever denying her Appalachian roots). However, this master songwriter has simply given us an album about as close to purity as one can get. The incredibly bright Parton is far from simple, however, so the "simple" in this album's title solely refers ...
CD review - Blue Smoke Of all the songs you never expected Dolly Parton to cover, Bon Jovi's "Lay Your Hands on Me" has got to be near the top of the list. Although by the time Miley Cyrus's godmother gets through personalizing the song there's not enough of the original left to call it a cover - just a word or two here and there and the chorus, which for those of you who have forgotten this masterpiece of 80's hair metal is just the title of the song repeated almost enough times to make a ...
CD review - Better Day If Dolly Parton were to host a summer replacement daytime TV show, her new record album could very well be the soundtrack. It is so totally Dolly - an hour's worth of can-do, I'm-country-gol'-dang-it-but-don't-forget-I'm-Hollywood, yet never abandoning the singer-songwriter that's been her overriding trademark. It gets a little silly, which you expect from Dolly. In fact, the song she co-wrote with Mac Davis, Country Is as Country Does - gets a lot silly. ...


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