Dolly Parton biography on Rolling Stone, your go to source for artist bios, news, and reviews. Dolly Rebecca Parton Dean (born January 19, ), professionally known as Dolly Parton, is an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record. Dolly Parton official source for latest news, tour schedule info and history including business, career, family, movies, music and more. For her Dolly Records label, she will also take on the responsibility of marketing her CD releases personally and major label partners will only handle distribution of the projects. As a singer, I've never wanted to sound like anybody else. Steve Buckingham, Gary Smith. Among the most popular country singers of the s and 80s, Parton is known for her Nashville-style flamboyance, talent for self-parody, and intelligent and witty approach to popular, country, and bluegrass music. The house was rundown and required a lot of work, but Robert Parton was proud to own it. Renouncing her true love for a life of celibacy, Parton's character describes the opposition of her mother: The Winning Hand, Monument, On March 25, , she was entered into London's Wembley Square of Fame with the unveiling of a plaque of her handprints. Dann hatte Parton ihren Mentor an Popularität überflügelt und begann eine sehr erfolgreiche Solokarriere. Carrie Underwood performed "Islands in the Stream" with Rogers, Parton's original duet partner. Zieht euch warm an, liebe Werbetreibende! Purchased her hometown radio stations in Sevierville, Tennessee in Dolly Parton's girlish soprano and songs about old-time virtues made her a major country star in the early s. Her business insight made a well-known theme park and other ventures into a personal empire. Complete list s s s s s. Im Januar wurde sie 70 - und hat noch jede Menge Sprüche auf Lager. Her earliest public performances were in the church, beginning at age six. James Earl Jones James Levine Chita Rivera Paul Simon Elizabeth Taylor. Dolly Parton is one of an elite group of individuals to receive at least one nomination from all four major annual American entertainment award organizations; Emmy, GRAMMY, Oscar, and Tony.