Rock Legend Exposes Dolly Parton’s Kink, Country Star Denounces Innocence

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Dolly Parton’s kinky side has just been outed, and you may or may not be surprised by the country superstar’s extracurricular activities.

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Dolly Parton, born on January 19, 1946, in Locust Ridge, Tennessee, rose from humble beginnings to become one of the most iconic figures in country music. Growing up in a large family with 11 siblings, Dolly’s early life was marked by poverty, but her family’s love for music provided a rich foundation for her future career. She began performing as a child, singing on local radio and television programs in East Tennessee.

Parton’s move to Nashville the day after graduating high school marked the beginning of her professional music career.

Her big break came when she partnered with country star Porter Wagoner in 1967. The duo’s collaborative work on The Porter Wagoner Show brought her into the national spotlight, leading to numerous duet hits and launching her solo career. Hits like “Joshua” and “Coat of Many Colors” showcased her songwriting prowess and unique voice, earning her widespread acclaim.

The 1970s and 1980s solidified Dolly Parton’s status as a country music superstar. With chart-topping hits like “Jolene,” “I Will Always Love You,” and “9 to 5,” Parton transcended the country genre, appealing to a broader audience. Her songwriting talent, characterized by heartfelt lyrics and catchy melodies, garnered her numerous awards and accolades, including Grammy Awards and a place in the Country Music Hall of Fame.

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Beyond music, Dolly Parton became a cultural icon through her ventures into acting, business, and philanthropy. Her roles in films such as 9 to 5 and Steel Magnolias showcased her versatility as an entertainer. In 1986, she co-founded Dollywood, a theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Dollywood combines amusement park attractions with an emphasis on Southern culture and Parton’s own musical legacy. It has since become a major tourist destination, attracting millions of visitors annually.

On May 8th, the theme park shut down unexpectedly midday due to thunderstorms, but thankfully, it reopened the following day without issue.

Parton’s influence extends into the next generation of musicians through her goddaughter, Miley Cyrus. Born Destiny Hope Cyrus, Miley is the daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus, a country music star and close friend of Dolly Parton. As Miley rose to fame through her role in Disney’s Hannah Montana, Parton provided guidance and support, appearing on the show and in Miley’s music career, symbolizing the passing of the musical torch.

Dolly Parton’s legacy is not only defined by her contributions to music and entertainment but also by her philanthropic efforts. The Dollywood Foundation, founded in 1988, focuses on education and literacy, notably through the Imagination Library, which provides free books to children worldwide. Parton’s charitable work, including significant contributions to disaster relief and healthcare, underscores her commitment to giving back to the community.

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Recently, we learned that country music legend Dolly Parton isn’t slowing down despite her retirement from touring. She recently unveiled two exciting new projects that will keep her music alive for fans.

Parton is embarking on a new creative venture: a “multimedia symphonic story-telling experience” titled “Dolly Parton’s Threads: My Songs in Symphony.”

This innovative project will kick off in 2025, with a debut performance scheduled for March 20th alongside the Nashville Symphony.

According to Variety, the show will feature “Dolly’s songs and the stories behind them” presented in a unique format. Parton will appear on screen, guiding audiences through a visual and musical journey celebrating her music, life, and personal stories. The performance will include the orchestra alongside guest vocalists and musicians, showcasing “new and innovative orchestrations” of Parton’s signature hits.

In addition to the symphonic experience, Parton has a surprise album in the works. Titled “Dolly Parton: Smokey Mountain DNA,” this upcoming project delves into her rich heritage. This “secret project,” as described by The Sun, features 30 original songs and boasts collaborations with a remarkable 20 members of Parton’s family. Jada Star, Parton’s niece and a rising singer, describes the album as “an album that documents her whole life.”

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Jada further elaborates on the collaborative nature of the project, revealing that it “involves the whole family” and includes “over 30 tracks with over 20 family members.” Parton herself sings on every track, creating a unique musical tapestry that explores various aspects of her family history.

Themes include Parton’s childhood, her parents and siblings, and even her nieces and nephews. Jada highlights the collaborative spirit, stating, “We all get to share interpretations of her songs or write our own songs for it.” This ambitious project promises to be a deeply personal exploration of Parton’s roots.

While Parton has remained busy, she is not actively on tour so her tour bus was up for use.

Rock group NOFX is currently using her bus on their final tour at the moment, and 57-year-old punk vet, Michael John Burkett, was talking to The Mirror about what it is like to use her bus on tour.

“I’m renting her bus because she’s not using it now. It’s so awesome.” Sadly it’s not all pink inside, but it certainly sounds wickedly kitted out. “There’s a four-poster bed. There’s a bathtub. There’s a mirror. It’s a kinky f*****g bus.”

It appears that Dolly has loaded the tour bus to be a sexual haven for herself.

While the bus may have seen fun nights in the past, Dolly Parton and her husband of 58 years, Carl Thomas Dean, have been navigating a significant health challenge.

Mr. Dean was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease in 2017. Since then, Ms. Parton has reduced her touring and public appearances to prioritize spending time with him at their home in East Tennessee.

Recent reports indicate that Ms. Parton may take a more substantial hiatus from her career. Her commitment to family remains steadfast, and she wishes to cherish the time she has with Mr. Dean. This decision comes after a long and illustrious career that has solidified her status as a country music icon. Moving forward, Ms. Parton will reportedly limit her public appearances and media interactions.

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