Sept. 30: 'Blue Smoke' Sold Another 6,000 In U.K. Last Week Dolly's Blue Smoke sold about 6,000 units overseas last week to bring its cumulative British sales in 16 weeks of release to about 208,000 copies.
Dolly Drag For A Good Cause A Murfreesboro, Tenn., charity that helps adults with intellectual disabilities has a unique contest fundraiser, having had a local well-known person dress up in drag as Dolly and residents pay to guess who it is. Check out a story from the Daily News Journal about the Journeys In Community Living contest here.
More Imagination Library Tennessee Anniversary News The president of the Governor's Books from Birth Foundation in Tennessee is lauding the 10th anniversary of Dolly's Imagination Library going statewide in her native Tennessee and the 20 million books distributed over that time in the state with an opinion piece in The Tennesseanhere.
'9 To 5' Gets Irish 'X Factor' Contestant Sent Home Dolly's "9 To 5" may have been good to a quartet on X Factor U.K. over the weekend, but it wasn't for a contestant on X Factor Ireland, with Ben Quinlan asked by judges to stop singing well before the song was even over. Read about his ordeal here or watch it on YouTube here.
RCA A Group Uses Dolly Picture In Fight The group working to preserve RCA's former Studio A recording studio, where Dolly recorded "Jolene," have taken the Dolly connection one step further in their campaign, issuing a press release that uses a vintage Dolly picture (below; image courtesy PRNewsPhoto/Save Studio A) as its illustration. Learn more at Save Studio A.com.
Sept. 29: Dolly's Former Recording Studio Is No More Fireside, the recording studio Dolly and Porter Wagoner built in 1972, was recently demolished to make way for a new 153-unit apartment complex that will cover several parcels along 18th Avenue South in Nashville. The revelation came in a New York Times article over the weekend here that focused on the controversy surrounding a similar fate planned for RCA Studio A, opponents of which are using the fact that Dolly recorded "Jolene" in that RCA studio as an example of the history being lost by the former RCA facility's planned renovation into luxury condominiums. The story starts with an advocate for the studio playing Dolly's iconic 1973 recording and the piece also uses a picture of the track listing sheet from the day of the recording (during which, it shows, she also recorded "Bubbling Over") as an illustration for the story. Buried within its text is a note that Fireside, which it calls "a studio once owned by Porter Wagoner, Ms. Parton's frequent duet partner," was recently razed (although the link embedded in that line of the story references a different building on another street being torn down for a different project, but a story on the development, which doesn't mention any history on the building, appeared in July 2013's Nashville Posthere). The studio, which was originally co-owned by Porter and Dolly, was built using several construction workers from Dolly's own family and opened in 1973. It also housed their jointly-owned publishing company, Owepar, in addition to the offices of Dolly Parton Enterprises and Porter Wagoner Enterprises. Although Dolly apparently never recorded there, she and Porter continued to co-own it after the break-up of their duet partnership until he turned over his share of Owepar to her and she turned over her share of the studio ownership to him in 1979 as part of the $1 million settlement of his breach-of-contract lawsuit against her. Porter continued to operate it for several years, eventually selling it, although it remained an active studio into the early 2010s. It closed around late 2012 and its equipment was sold to other studios in early 2013. The property sold last year to the investors planning the development, and a demolition permit was issued in late July 2013.
British, Aussie, GAC Charts Updated Although mid-week sales updates indicated Dolly's Blue Smoke was on track in this week's U.K. charts to dip five spots to No. 19, it only loses two places to No. 16 in its 16th week of sales in the Britain, Sunday's charts show. In addition, The Very Best Of Dolly Parton, Volume 1 falls back off the British 100 pop albums chart overseas, down from No. 87. Smoke retains its top position on the country compilations chart for a 16th week in a row, where her Ultimate inches down one to No. 20, Emmylou Harris's Original Album Series, Volume 2 (featuring one track with Dolly harmony and two tracks with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) gains two to No. 9 and Harris's Original Album Series, Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony) inches up one to No. 14 on that list. The four-CD Sony Dolly boxed set drops off the top 20 country albums tally after one week at No. 15 following its re-issue overseas. Down Under, The Very Best Of Dolly Parton, Volume 1 falls back off the top 40 Australian country albums chart, down from No. 39 for a 345th chart week since its 2007 release. Stateside, the music video for Dolly's "Home" from her Blue Smoke moves back out of the top 10 of the Great American Country (GAC) top 20 countdown, dipping four to No. 12 in its 14th chart week. You may vote once per day for the video here.
'X Factor' U.K. Gets A Taste Of '9 To 5' The British version of The X Factor saw some Dolly as the vocal quartet Only The Young chose her "9 To 5" for their performance on the show's Boot Camp, which kept them active in the competition. Check out a clip here.
Dolly Fan Launches Anti-Bullying Initiative Dolly fan Logan Slaughter is working on an anti-bullying program partly inspired by Dolly. Check out a story on it from The Harrison Dailyhere.
Sept. 26: Dolly Chats With 'Paper' Magazine Paper magazine has a new feature called "Happy Endings" where they ask someone to provide a list. This month, it's Dolly and 10 things that make her happy: God, music, her husband, family, dreaming, children, reading, working, food and fans. See what she had to say about each here. (And check out their great 1997 cover story on Dolly here complete with some awesome photos.)
'Evening' Falls Back Off DVD Chart Dolly's Cracker Barrel-exclusive DVD/CD An Evening With . . . Dolly falls back off the top 40 music DVD chart at Billboard with the Oct. 4 tallies released Thursday, dropping from one week back at No. 27, its 49th week in the top 10.
Singer Exaggerates Dolly Cover History Singer Maria Muldaur made a false Dolly claim in an interview published Thursday in The Auburn Journalhere. She said someone told her she singlehandedly invented the Americana genre when she released her first two solo albums in 1973 and 1974, adding that she "was the first person" other than Dolly to ever record a Dolly song ("My Tennessee Mountain Home" appeared on her 1973 collection Maria Muldaur). Not true. Dolly was a successful songwriter before she ever had a hit herself, writing for dozens of other artists during a three-year period of 1965 to 1967. Even after she was a country star herself, she continued to be a source of composition for others. In 1971 and 1972, the two years before Muldaur's solo debut release came out, Dolly covers were released by many singers including R&B star Margie Joseph, the duo of Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood, Conway Twitty, Porter Wagoner, Jeanne Pruett, and Goldie Hawn (yes, Goldie Hawn put out a country album) in addition to an entire album by Skeeter Davis in 1972: Skeeter Sings Dolly.. Muldaur was a little late to the Dolly covers party.
Sept. 25: 'Blue Smoke' Poised To Remain In Top 20 In Britain Midweek sales charts show Dolly's Blue Smoke overseas slipping five spots to No. 19 on the U.K. pop albums charts in its 16th week of sales. The full chart will come out on Sunday reflecting the entire week's sales, and most weeks since its release the CD's final chart number has been higher than its midweek position.
Dolly's Sevierville Commercial Re-Worked For Europe Dolly's "hometown" commercial promoting Sevierville, Tenn., from a few years back has been re-edited for international markets, primarily Europe. Check out the new spot that was released Wednesday on YouTube here.
Perrette Shares Dolly Story NCIS star Pauley Perrette was just like an everyday fan when she had a chance to meet Dolly, she tells Channel Guide Magazine. In an interview here, she replied when asked about a time she was starstruck: "Oh my goodness, Dolly Parton!! It was years ago, I love Dolly Parton and I didn't know what to say and I didn't know what to do."
Sept. 23: 'Blue Smoke' British Version Passes 200,000 In Sales Although it slipped one more spot on the British pop albums chart Sunday to No. 14, Dolly's Blue Smoke sold another 6,000 units last week to pass the 200,000-copy mark in the U.K. in just 15 weeks of sales to total 202,000 since release overseas.
Kenny's Dolly Comments Highlight AXS Interview Kenny Rogers's episode of The Big Interview with Dan Rather premieres this week on AXS, and People magazine on Monday posted an online story based on his comments about Dolly and their relationship, a clip of which is viewable below. Read more here. The show premieres at 8 p.m. Eastern Tuesday night.
Sept. 22: U.K., Aussie, GAC Charts Updated For Dolly Projects Although mid-week sales updates indicated Dolly's Blue Smoke was on track in this week's U.K. charts to dip three spots to No. 16, it only inches down one place to No. 14 in its 16th week of sales in the Britain, Sunday's charts show. In addition, The Very Best Of Dolly Parton, Volume 1 moves up seven digits on the British 100 pop albums chart overseas to No. 87. Smoke retains its top position on the country compilations chart for a 16th week in a row, where her Ultimate regains one to No. 19, Emmylou Harris's Original Album Series, Volume 2 (featuring one track with Dolly harmony and two tracks with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) holds steady at No. 11 and Harris's Original Album Series, Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony) holds steady at No. 15 on that list. The four-CD Sony Dolly boxed set, re-issued overseas last week, debuts at No. 15 on the British country albums chart, even though it is without a doubt a compilation. Down Under, The Very Best Of Dolly Parton, Volume 1 re-enters the top 40 Australian country albums chart at No. 39 for a 345th chart week since its 2007 release. Stateside, the music video for Dolly's "Home" from her Blue Smoke continues its march back up the Great American Country (GAC) top 20 countdown, re-entering the top 10 at No. 8 in its 13th chart week. You may vote once per day for the video here. And Contact Music offered a review of the U.K. version of Dolly's Blue Smoke available here.
'Islands In The Stream' Named No. 3 Duet Of All Time In celebration of the new Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga duets album, Britain's The Telegraph came up with the 20 best duets of all time, ranking Dolly's "Islands In The Stream" with Kenny Rogers at No. 3. (The No. 2 selection, "Don't Give Up" by Peter Gabriel with Kate Bush almost was a Dolly duet – Gabriel wanted her for the song but ended up with Bush). See their full list here.
Sept. 19: Cracker Barrel DVD Back On 'Billboard' Charts Dolly's Cracker Barrel-exclusive DVD/CD An Evening With . . . Dolly re-enters this week's top 40 music DVD chart at Billboard, the Sept. 27 numbers released Thursday showed. The set shows back up at No. 27 to log a 49th week on the tally. The six-CD retail version of The Midnight Special debuts at No. 1 but does not include Dolly (although she has two songs on the 11-DVD set for sale exclusively on Time-Life's website). In related news, mid-week British sales updates indicate her Blue Smoke is down three places to No. 16 pop in its 16th week of sales overseas, although in past weeks it usually hasn't fallen as far as the mid-week charts indicated it would when the final charts representing the full week's sales are released on Sunday.
Dolly's Library Gets Its Own Corn Maze Dolly's Imagination Library and its 10th anniversary of being available statewide in Tennessee are being celebrated by Mayfield Farm in its annual corn maze in McMinn County, Tenn. Check out a story from GAC here.
Newspaper: Dolly Is The Best The San Jose Mercury News music critic was asked who are the top female country artists of all time, and while he did not give his criteria used for making the selection, his top 10 list placed Dolly at No. 1 here.
Kenny Chats About Dolly On AXS Kenny Rogers is the latest celebrity to sit down with Dan Rather for the AXS series The Big Interview, which featured Dolly earlier this year. Press materials about the episode say he discusses his collaborations with various partners, including Dolly. His episode premieres Tuesday at 8 p.m. Eastern.
Dollywood Gospel Fest Starting Next Week Dollywood kicks off its annual National Southern Gospel & Harvest Celebration on Monday with headliners including Guy Penrod Sept. 29-Oct. 1. The McKameys Oct. 3-5, Karen Peck & New River Oct. 6 & 8, The Isaacs Oct. 10-11, Gold City Oct. 24-26, The Booth Brothers Oct. 27-29 and more. The festival runs through Nov. 1. In a press release, Dolly said: "I'm glad we're able to have all of these talented artists visit my Dollywood during the National Southern Gospel & Harvest Celebration to share the beautiful sounds of Southern gospel music. Some of my greatest memories of growing up are of singing in church. This beautiful festival really takes me back to a truly special time in my life."
Fonda Discusses Dolly With Kimmel Jane Fonda was on The Jimmy Kimmel Show Monday night and told a story of how much she enjoyed watching Dolly watch herself on the big screen for the first time when they saw 9 To 5 with an audience for the first time. Check it out on YouTube here or in the media player below.
Sept. 16: 'Blue Smoke' Nearing 200K In U.K. Dolly's Blue Smoke sold about 6,000 copies last week in Britain, giving it cumulative sales of just under 196,000 in its 15 weeks of release overseas.
Dolly Makes Cover Of 'First' Magazine Dolly is October's cover girl for First magazine with a story on her positive attitude and beauty secrets. The issue is on newsstands now.
Fonda Repeats: No Dolly For New Show Jane Fonda this week repeated her insistence that Dolly won't be on her new show with their 9 To 5 co-star Lily Tomlin, Grace and Frankie. She told Atlanta Magazinehere as she has said to other reporters that that would only happen if the show runs for multiple seasons and then Dolly would have to guest star as herself having a chance encounter with the two lead characters, explaining: "We have to create an identity independent of 9 to 5. That would be damaged in some way if we brought Dolly in."
Sept. 15: 'Blue Smoke' Still In U.K. Top 15 Although mid-week sales updates indicated Dolly's Blue Smoke was on track in this week's U.K. charts to dip seven spots to No. 18, it only loses two places to No. 13 in its 15th week of sales in the Britain, Sunday's charts show. In addition, The Very Best Of Dolly Parton, Volume 1 re-enters the top 100 pop albums chart overseas to come in at No. 94 in the U.K. Smoke retains its top position on the country compilations chart for a 15th week in a row, where Ultimate inches down two to No. 20, Emmylou Harris's Original Album Series, Volume 2 (featuring one track with Dolly harmony and two tracks with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) falls two to No. 11 and Harris's Original Album Series, Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony) slips five to No. 15 on that list. In the States, "Home" from Blue Smoke regains another four to No. 12 on the Great American Country (GAC) top 20 countdown in its 12th chart week there.
Sept. 12: 'Southern Living' Talks With Dolly Dolly has a wonderful interview with several beautiful new pictures in the new issue of Southern Living magazine. Check out the story online here.
Sept. 11: Midweek Charts Show Drop For 'Blue Smoke' Sales charts for the first half of the new week across the pond have Dolly's Blue Smoke down seven spots to No. 18 in its 14th week in the U.K. pop albums list. The full chart reflecting the entire week's sales will be released on Sunday, and for most of the album's chart run, it has tended to come in one or two slots higher than the mid-week number suggested.
Sept. 9: 'Blue Smoke' Approaches 190,000 Sales In U.K. The drop of Dolly's Blue Smoke out of the British top 10 pop albums chart after 12 weeks to No. 11 was due to sales of 6,062 copies last week, bringing its cumulative total sales over 13 weeks in the U.K. to 189,961. It should pass the 200,000-mark there before the end of this month.
Dolly Thrilled With Weekend's Golden Ticket Honors Dolly on Monday responded to Dollywood's previously-reported four first place Golden Ticket Awards and six additional top five finishes. In a press release, she said: "It truly is an honor for Dollywood to win four more Golden Ticket Awards this year. When I started dreaming up Dollywood all those years ago, even I couldn't have imagined how much people would love it! We celebrate our 30th anniversary next year, and these awards prove that our guests absolutely love what we've been doing for all these years! They also show how dedicated The Dollywood Company team is to giving our guests a great experience when they visit us. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!" The 10 top-five finishes this year was a record-setter for any theme park in the history of the Golden Ticket Awards.
Dolly Reserves .Country Domain Names Dolly is one of the first entertainers to take advantage of the new .country top-level domain (TLD) being released this month, reserving queenof.country, dolly.country, dollyparton.country, 9to5.country and Dollywood.country for her websites. Luke Myszka, Digital Strategist for CTK Management/Dolly Records, said in a release: "We are honored and thrilled to have Dolly Parton be a part of the ground-breaking launch of the .country TLD (top level domain) with dolly.country! It's wonderful to have our artists on the cutting-edge of the digital marketplace, and we look forward to participating in this partnership for years to come."
Dolly And Judy's Friendship Lauded The Huffington Post this week looked at Dolly and Oprah, contrasting their lifetime best-friendships with Judy and Gayle, respectively, as revolutionary in their own sense even if they aren't lesbian relationships like the tabloids allege. Read more here.
Sept. 8: Dollywood Tops Four Golden Ticket Categories Dollywood over the weekend took home four first place Golden Ticket Awards, the amusement industry's annual honors often referred to as the "Oscars for theme parks." The park won Best Shows (sixth consecutive first place win), Best Christmas Event (seventh consecutive first place win), Friendliest Park (third year in a row) and Best Food (third year in a row). In addition, the park this year placed second for Cleanest Park, third for Best Park (an improvement over its No. 4 spot last year, this year coming behind Europa-Park and Cedar Point – the first time in 17 years the Ohio theme park was not No. 1 – and ahead of Knobels and Disneyland), third for Best Water Park, fifth for Best Landscaping, fifth for Best Wooden Roller Coaster (Thunderhead) and fifth for Best Water Ride (Mountain Sidewinder). In each of the past two years, the park won five Golden Ticket first place awards (the same four as this year plus best new ride in 2012 and best new water park ride in 2013).
'Blue Smoke' Drops Out Of Top 10 Overseas After an impressive 12 weeks of being in the top 10 pop albums chart in Britain, Dolly's Blue Smoke loses one spot this week to No. 11 for its 13th week across the pond, maintaining its No. 1 position on the U.K. country compilations chart. Also on the compilations list, her Ultimate dips five to No. 18, Emmylou Harris's Original Album Series, Volume 2 (featuring one track with Dolly harmony and two tracks with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) gains one to No. 9 and Harris's Original Album Series, Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony) rises five to No. 10 on that list.
Dollypalooza Takes Place In New York City New York's Dollypalooza tribute show garnered a photo gallery from The Village Voice Sunday. Rupaul's Drag Race season 6 contestant Milk did a Dolly routine and Nath Ann Carrera focused on her more gothic work, among other entertainters paying tribute. Check it out here.
Sept. 6: GA Candidate Confuses Dolly And JQ Adams Television host Stephen Colbert on Thursday poked fun at Georgia congressional candidate Jody Hice for ignorant comments he made about gays, women and Muslims and the fact that Buzzfeed found eight examples of misattributed quotes on his website, including a Dolly quote that he claimed was said by President John Quincy Adams ("If your actions create a legacy that inspires others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, then, you are an excellent leader." – Although several websites attribute the quote to Adams, Quote Investigator found here that the earliest published version of the quote was Dolly's in 1997 while the first published attribution to Adams was in 2002.) Salon.com has a clip from the show here.
'Home' Rises On GAC Chart Dolly's music video for "Home" from Blue Smoke regains two places to No. 16 on the Great American Country (GAC) top 20 countdown in its 11th chart week there. You may vote once per day for the video here. In Ireland, The Real Dolly Parton dips 30 digits on the top 100 pop albums chart to No. 53.
Destin Dolly Property Sees Movement Dolly's property company affiliated with her Dixie Stampede is demolishing a former bank building on a property it owns in Destin, Fla., The Destin Log reported here Friday, fueling speculation that a Stampede or Pirates' Voyage will be coming to that location in the near future. A spokesperson says nothing is planned at this time and that her company continues to examine options in Destin and other cities.
Sept. 5: Dolly: Rivers's Memory Will Keep Us Smiling Comedienne Joan Rivers died on Thursday, and Dolly released a statement about her friend, who was 81: "Though her death is no laughing matter, Joan Rivers' life was nothing but. I know she would want us all to keep smiling. And I know we always will when we think of her. Rest in peace, Joan. We will always love you."
Our Lady J Hits Provincetown, Mass. Dolly fans in Provincetown will want to check out Our Lady J's The Gospel Of Dolly show, which will be part of this year's Afterglow Festival. The tribute concert is next Thursday night, Cape Cod Online reported here.
Dolly DVD Drops Back Off Of The Charts Dolly's 2012 Cracker Barrel exclusive DVD/CD set An Evening With . . . Dolly falls back out of the top 40 music DVD chart this week, the Sept. 13 Billboard charts released Thursday showed. The set had re-entered the tally at No. 39 for a 48th week last week.
Sept. 4: Dolly Receives 44th CMA Award Nomination Dolly received her 44th career Country Music Association Awards nomination on Wednesday, the fifth she shares with Kenny Rogers, when their duet "You Can't Make Old Friends" received a nod for Musical Event of the Year. The duo competes against "Bakersfield" by Vince Gill and Paul Franklin "Meanwhile Back At Mama's" by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, "Something Bad" by Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood and "We Were Us" by Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert. In a press release, Dolly commented: "I'm so honored to be nominated for CMA Musical Event of the Year with one of my absolute best friends, Kenny Rogers! It really is true that 'You Can't Make Old Friends'." Rogers added: "Whether we win or not, it was an event for me being back together with my good friend, Dolly Parton. I have great respect for everyone in this category and there's no way you can lose being in that group." Dolly's most recent previous CMA nominations were in 2006 for "When I Get Where I'm Going" with Brad Paisley, which was up for Musical Event of the Year (which it won, her most recent award from the CMA), Single of the Year and Video of the Year. In addition to the Paisley win, she previously won in this category and its predecessor, Vocal Event of the Year, in 1998 with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris and 1996 with Vince Gill. It marks her eighth nomination in the category or its predecessor, having also previously received nods with Norah Jones in 2004, Ronstadt and Harris in 1999, Tammy Wynette and Loretta Lynn in 1994 and Ricky Van Shelton in 1991. Her previous nominations shared with Rogers came in Single of the Year for "Islands In The Stream" in 1984 and Vocal Duo of the Year in 1984, 1985 and 1986, although they did not win any of those. Her 44 nominations are second only to Reba McEntire, who has 49 nods. Dolly has won nine regular CMA Awards plus two special honors for a total of 11 awards. She is the only artist to win CMA trophies in each of the first five decades of the awards (1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s) but has yet to win one for the awards' sixth decade. Winners will be revealed on ABC on Nov. 5.
U.K. Mid-Week Numbers Suggest No. 12 For 'Blue Smoke' Mid-week album sales in Britain have Dolly's Blue Smoke slipping out of the top 10 by falling two spots to No. 12. Full charts will be out on Sunday reflecting the entire week's sales. Last week, the mid-week numbers indicated it would fall to No. 11, but it dipped only to No. 10 when the final tally was released on Sunday. The album has remained in the U.K. pop top 10 for the entire 12 weeks of its release overseas.
Sept. 2: 'Blue Smoke' Passes 180,000 Copies In Britain Dolly's slide from No. 7 to No. 10 on this week's U.K. pop albums chart with Blue Smoke was due to the sale of 7,738 copies the previous week, bringing the CD's cumulative sales over 12 weeks of release overseas to 183,899 units.
Don't Forget New York's Dollypalooza The Brooklyn Paper on Monday reminded folks to head out to Littlefield in Gowanus on Friday night for Dollypalooza. Read more about the Dolly tribute concert here.
Sept. 1: Dolly Safe In U.K. Top 10 This Week Dolly managed to stay in the British top 10 pop albums this week even though, as was reported here, mid-week sales tallies indicated she would likely drop to No. 11 for the week. Instead, her Blue Smoke dips three places to No. 10 pop in its 12th week of sales across the pond, also maintaining its No. 1 position on the U.K. country compilations chart. Also on the compilations list, her Ultimate re-enters the top 20 at No. 13, Emmylou Harris's Original Album Series, Volume 2 (featuring one track with Dolly harmony and two tracks with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) rises four to No. 10 and Harris's Original Album Series, Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony) slips six to No. 15 on that list. Down Under, The Very Best Of Dolly Parton, Volume 1 falls out of the top 40 Australian country albums chart, down from No. 39 in its 344th week, while her The Box Set Series also falls out of the top 40, down from No. 40. In Ireland, The Real Dolly Parton re-enters the top 100 pop albums chart at No. 53. And in the U.S., Dolly's music video for "Home" from Blue Smoke falls three more spots to No. 18 on the Great American Country (GAC) top 20 countdown in its 10th chart week there. You may vote once per day for the video here.
Watch Dolly's Glastonbury Set On Palladium HD Those who have only watched Dolly's Glastonbury Festival appearance on YouTube in the U.S. will get an opportunity this week to see it on television in high definition. Footage from the festival will air starting Monday night in a five-part series on Palladium HD. Excerpts from Dolly's set will be highlighted in the third one-hour segment, which premieres at 9 p.m. Eastern Monday and repeats several times during the week. (See complete TV listings on the left-hand side of the news page.)