March 28: 'Run' Earns Second Week Atop 'NYT' Bestsellers List Dolly and James Patterson's novel Run, Rose, Run earned a second consecutive week at No. 1 on the New York Times Bestseller list for hardcover fiction although it slips one to No. 2 on the combined hardcover and e-book fiction sales category.
'Run' CD Still Top 15 Seller In U.K. Dolly's Run, Rose, Run continues to do well overseas, ranking in the top 15 sales for its third week of release but falling off the charts that take streaming into account. The album falls off the British top 100 albums, down from No. 42, and downloads chart, down from No. 40. It loses three to No. 15 overall sales, four to No. 14 physical CD sales, two to No. 3 Americana albums. It remains steady at No. 2 country albums and gains one to No. 10 Scottish albums. Elsewhere on the British charts, The Real Dolly Parton loses 27 to No. 56 on the U.K. top sales chart, 21 to No. 47 physical sales chart, and 34 to No. 60 Scottish albums chart. On the U.K. country compilations albums chart, Very Best Of Dolly Parton Vol. 1 gains five to No. 4, while The Complete Trio Collection Deluxe holds steady at No. 5, Emmylou Harris's Original Album Series: Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) slips one to No. 17, and The Essential Dolly Parton falls out of the top 20, down from No. 19.
Another Dolly Interview Released Television station WSAZ decided to turn its brief interview with Dolly at the season opening of her theme park into a full hour-long special that aired last week. Watch it here.
'Still Working' Heading To Palm Springs Festival The filmmakers behind the documentary Still Working 9 To 5, which premiered this month at South by Southwest, announced last week their film has been added to the American Documentary and Animation Film Festival in Palm Springs April 9 at 7 p.m. The festival's Humanitarian Award is also being presented to Dolly, Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda for their contributions to social issues and entertainment, although no word on any planned appearance by any of them.
Dollywood Closes Drop Ride Dollywood has temporarily closed its Drop Line ride after a 14-year-old boy was killed falling from a taller but similar attraction manufactured by the same company at an Orlando theme park. Read more from WBIR here.
March 23: Dolly Makes First SXSW Appearance, Sells NFTs During their interview with Connie Britton at South by Southwest in Austin Friday night (which had some pauses because they had difficulty hearing her questions), Dolly and James Patterson announced they had selected Reese Witherspoon and her Hello Sunshine Productions to make the film adaptation of their book Run, Rose, Run and that Dolly will star in it as Ruthanna, the role she read in the audio book version. This week, a formal press release was issued which included the news that Dolly and Patterson will co-produce the project with Witherspoon and Lauren Neustadter, while Ashley Strumwasser will executive produce.
Dolly said in the release: "I'm proud, excited and honored to be working with my good friend Reese Witherspoon and Hello Sunshine on the movie of Run, Rose, Run from the novel I co-wrote with James Patterson. James and I love Reese and look forward to working with her and her wonderful team."
Witherspoon noted in the release: "Growing up in Nashville, I've loved Dolly since the moment I heard her magical voice and saw her luminous personality shine onstage. Beyond her magnetic presence as an artist and performer, she is one of the greatest songwriters and storytellers of our time. Her impact knows no bounds – as a musician, actor, writer, businesswoman, activist and all around incredible human being – Dolly Parton is not only an icon to me, but a true inspiration to women and girls everywhere. My admiration for her grew to even greater heights when reading Run, Rose, Run, a gripping and heartbreaking book I couldn't put down. I couldn't feel more honored to be working alongside her and James to bring this remarkable story to the screen."
Patterson said in the release: "It has been a joy working with Dolly Parton on this book. It's a great story that we are both proud of. And, in partnership with Reese Witherspoon and Hello Sunshine, we will produce a great movie."
Following their interview, Dolly took to the stage for a mini-concert featuring "Run, Rose, Run," "Woman Up (And Take It Like A Man)," "Big Dreams and Faded Jeans," "Jolene," "Precious Memories," "Appalachian Memories," "Coat of Many Colors," "Here You Come Again," "9 To 5," and "I Will Always Love You." She also received the festival's Grulke Prize Career Artist of the Year.
Dolly's first-ever NFT release as part of the appearance saw all 10,000 of the free Roses in Drop One claimed, which prompted a Drop Two of 5,000 additional free Roses, all of which were claimed as well. Of the 5,000 NFT digital albums available for $30 each, 500 sold, and of the 3,000 NFT digital posters available for $75 each, 250 sold. They both remain available for sale here. An additional NFT allowing 30 days' viewing of the livestream is supposed to be released but was not available as of press time Tuesday evening. The price for that NFT hasn't been revealed.
'Run, Rose, Run' Week Two Chart Positions Dolly's Run, Rose, Run probably sold about 10,000 copies in its second week, chart performance released Tuesday indicated. The March 26 Billboard tallies show it losing two places to No. 4 sales and No. 4 current albums sales while it holds steady at No. 1 bluegrass albums. For the charts where streaming is added in, it was down more: losing two to No. 3 Americana/folk, 98 spots to No. 132 all-genre Billboard 200, seven spaces to No. 11 country albums, and a dozen digits to No. 18 independent label albums chart. She falls 28 places to No. 46 Artist 100 and re-enters the Social 50 at No. 44. Her Ultimate Dolly Parton slips one on the country albums chart to No. 44. Across the pond, Run, Rose, Run tumbles 19 to No. 42 pop, 28 to No. 40 downloads, five to No. 12 overall sales, four to No. 10 physical sales, seven to No. 11 Scottish albums, and one to No. 2 country albums. It remains steady at No. 1 Americana albums. Elsewhere on the British charts, The Real Dolly Parton gains one to No. 29 on the U.K. top sales chart, one to No. 26 physical sales chart, and nine to No. 26 Scottish albums chart. On the U.K. country compilations albums chart, Very Best Of Dolly Parton Vol. 1 inches down one to No. 9, while The Complete Trio Collection Deluxe gains two to No. 5, Emmylou Harris's Original Album Series: Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) rises three to No. 16, and The Essential Dolly Parton dips two to No. 19.
Rock Hall Of Fame Keeps Dolly On Ballot The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on Thursday responded to Dolly's request to be removed from this year's nomination ballot for induction, telling her she has earned her spot and they will not remove her name from consideration. Historically, the Hall of Fame has inducted several artists in the past who chose not to accept the honor or appear at the induction ceremony, so there is no word whether she would come if she earns enough votes. Public voting for one ballot out of the 1,200 total continues daily, and she remains in fourth place here. The full Hall of Fame statement was as follows:
All of us in the music community have seen Dolly Parton's thoughtful note expressing her feeling that she has not earned the right to be inducted into the Rocl & Roll Hall of Fame. In addition to her incredible talent as an artist, her humility is another reason Dolly is a beloved icon by millions of fans around the world.
From its inception, Rock & Roll has had deep roots in Rhythm & Blues and Country music. It is not defined by any one genre, rather a sound that moves youth culture. Dolly Parton's music impacted a generation of young fans and influenced countless artists that followed. Her nomination to be considered for induction into to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame followed the same process as all other artists who have been considered.
Dolly's nomination, along with the other 16 for the class of 2022 was sent out earlier this month to our 1,200 general ballot voters, the majority of whom are artists themselves, for consideration for induction at our ceremony.
We are in awe of Dolly's brilliant talent and pioneering spirit and are proud to have nominated her for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Another Dolly Interview From Opening Weekend WALF this week posted an interview with Dolly from Dollywood's season opening here.
'Grace and Frankie' Heading Back April 29 Netflix announced this week that the final episodes of the final season of Grace and Frankie, which will feature a special appearance by Dolly on her 9 To 5 co-stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin's series, will drop April 29.
March 17: 'Run, Rose, Run' Week's Second-Biggest-Selling Album As was predicted here on Friday night, Dolly's new album Run, Rose, Run was the week's second-biggest-selling album of the week but was lower on the charts that add in streaming audiences. Billboard announced Tuesday here that the companion to her novel sold 15,500 copies physically and electronically with another 1,500 equivalent album units added for individual track sales and streaming listeners during its first week. The album becomes her 47th country top 10, a record for a female artist and second only to Willie Nelson's 53 top 10s, her first Americana/folk albums chart topper, and her highest position on the overall album sales chart. On the March 19 tallies, the album debuts at No. 2 overall album sales, No. 2 current album sales, No. 1 bluegrass albums, and No. 1 Americana/folk albums on the sales-only-based charts, while it comes in at No. 6 independent label albums, No. 4 country albums, and No. 34 all-genre top 200 albums chart, the ones that include streaming numbers. She also reaches a new peak on the Artist 100 list at No. 18, and her Ultimate Dolly Parton re-enters the country albums chart at No. 43.
'Run, Rose, Run' Week's Biggest-Selling Book Dolly's Run, Rose, Run with James Patterson debuts this week at No. 1 Fiction on the New York Times Bestseller List dated March 27, the publication revealed on Wednesday. The pair were interviewed Wednesday by Amazon here and said the movie contracts for the book adaptation have been signed and the studio will soon be announced.
Dolly Declines Rock Hall Of Fame Nomination
Dolly was all over the news this week earning praise from many in the rock field for her decision to step down from consideration for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Even though she recorded numerous rock songs and arrangements during the 1977-1987 pop phase of her career, she appeared to be declining the nomination due to her perception that she is not qualified as a "rock artist," even though the Hall uses the term "rock and roll" to refer to all popular music and not just the actual "rock" genre. She posted to social media: "Dolly here! Even though I am extremely flattered and grateful to be nominated for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, I don't feel that I have earned that right. I really do not want votes to be split because of me, so I must respectfully bow out. I do hope that the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will understand and be willing to consider me again - if I'm ever worthy. This has, however, inspired me to put out a hopefully great rock 'n' roll album at some point in the future, which I have always wanted to do! My husband is a total rock 'n' roll freak, and has always encouraged me to do one. I wish all of the nominees good luck and thank you again for the compliment. Rock on!" Variety noted here this leaves the Hall with a decision on whether to honor her if she's elected or not, as voting has already been underway for weeks. Other coverage encouraging her to change her mind included The Los Angeles Timeshere and Billboard's pop podcast here. Also, My Rock Mix Tapes compared Dolly's decision to others who declined Rock Hall of Fame honors such as the Sex Pistols and Axl Rose here. Dolly remains on the public ballot for one out of the more than 1,000 voters, and she's still in fourth place with almost 10 percent of the vote. You may vote daily here.
SXSW: Two Dolly Flicks And A Dollyverse Friday This year's South by Southwest film festival in Austin is full o'Dolly. She takes to the stage for the first time ever there on Friday to promote her new book with James Patterson and its companion CD, launching her Dollyverse and NFTs here with the interview at 9:30 p.m. Eastern and her performance at 10:15 p.m. Eastern. (An earlier version of the story mislisted the times as a.m. instead of p.m. It has been corrected.) The documentary Still Working 9 To 5 debuted last weekend, complete with its new recording of "9 To 5" by Kelly Clarkson and Dolly over the closing credits, and the festival will premiere Rose Byrne and Krew Boylan's Dolly impersonator film Seriously Red. Check out an interview with Boylan from Deadlinehere and a review of the documentary from The Hollywood Reporterhere and a story about it from Deadlinehere.
New '9 To 5: The Musical' US Tour Coming Broadway World revealed this week that Dolly's 9 To 5: The Musical will be returning stateside for a national tour based on the West End version of the show. Dates from late 2022 through summer 2023 are expected to be announced soon. Read more here.
More Coverage From Dollywood Opening Weekend Your Dollymania.net coverage from Dolly's appearance at Dollywood last weekend to open the park for the season continues tonight with nearly 10-minutes of raw footage from her appearances available here or in the media player below. And she appeared on Headline News while doing interviews from the park, and that footage is available here.
March 12: Dolly Opens Dollywood, Announces CD, Movie
Dolly on Friday officially opened Dollywood for its 37th season after two years of no public appearances at the park due to the pandemic. She started her appearance with another plea for prayers for Ukraine. During the media appearance, for which gold and diamond season passholders had to register in advance online to attend, she announced she plans a Christmas movie this year to be filmed at least partially at the park and to contain a behind-the-scenes component about how movies are made as well as a companion gospel album to go with the film toward the end of the year. She revealed her most recent tour bus is being renovated to be a rentable room at the park's DreamMore Resort, Suite 1986, named after the year the park opened under Dolly's name. And she let a bubble artist place a bubble over her body. She also sang her new album's song "Big Dreams And Faded Jeans" live for the crowd, talked about the previously-announced HeartSongs Resort under construction now, and took questions from the press. (Photo at left copyright 2022 T. Duane Gordon/www.dollymania.net. All rights reserved. Click on it for a larger view.) Watch the park's official feed of the appearance via Facebook here or in the media player above. She also toured the park in her antique open-top car at 4 p.m. Friday.
Snow is forecast for Friday night and Saturday morning, so the park had already announced Friday that its scheduled 10 a.m. Saturday opening for the general public will be pushed back to noon, if they open at all, as social media should be checked before heading out to the park to confirm it is opening during the inclement weather. Dolly is expected to be on park Saturday if it opens, but her 2 p.m. scheduled park tour is weather-permitting and given the high isn't supposed to pass 30 degrees, I doubt she will subject herself to that cold. Look for more coverage from Friday's appearances throughout the coming week.
'Run, Rose, Run' Top 25 U.K., Top 50 U.S. Albums Dolly's Run, Rose, Run album made a strong debut overseas Friday but early sales data estimate a slightly lower U.S. debut when American charts are released Tuesday. On the U.K. charts, the new album debuts at No. 23 pop, No. 1 country, No. 1 Americana, No. 4 independent label albums, No. 7 album sales, No. 6 physical sales, and No. 12 downloads. Stateside, the sales projections from Hits Daily Double show it having logged 14,260 American units in its first week (broken down as 13,153 physical sales and full album download sales, 210 album-equivalent sales of individual tracks from the album, and 896 album-equivalent streams from streaming services). For comparison, her last album, A Holly Dolly Christmas, sold about twice as many, being credited with 26,800 units (sales of 26,300 albums and a total of 500 for tracks and streams). While those numbers should make it the second-best-selling album of the week and best-selling country album of the week, today's charts add in streaming credits, as that is the largest segment of music consumption at present, and Dolly's music has very few streams. Consequently, instead of debuting at No. 2 pop as it would have prior to the streaming era, it will likely debut around No. 45 pop, and instead of being No. 1 country, as it would have been previously, it will likely debut around No. 7 country. Elsewhere on the British charts, The Real Dolly Parton slips six spots to No. 30 on the U.K. top sales chart and four places to No. 27 physical sales chart. On the U.K. country compilations albums chart, Very Best Of Dolly Parton Vol. 1 inches down one to No. 8, while The Complete Trio Collection Deluxe gains a dozen to No. 7, Emmylou Harris's Original Album Series: Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) drops five to No. 19, and The Essential Dolly Parton re-enters at No. 17.
ACM Recap Of course, Dolly's first plea for prayers for Ukraine was when she opened the Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards on Monday from Las Vegas. She also dedicated the program to the people of Ukraine and spoke about her decision to do so on BBC's The One Show Tuesday, which Entertainment Tonight Canada picked up on here. Dolly, introduced by James Patterson on the program, also performed "Big Dreams and Faded Jeans" as a duet with Kelsey Ballerini and presented the Entertainer of the Year Award to Miranda Lambert, who was watching from England and accepted via video. Kelly Clarkson, on whose syndicated talk show Dolly is scheduled to appear on Monday (check local listings), paid tribute to her with a rendition of "I Will Always Love You." If you missed the original stream, it remains available on demand from Amazon Prime Video. If you don't have a subscription, you may watch with a free 30-day trial here.
Dolly Expresses Ed Sheeran Duet Desire In this week's general promotional interviews, Dolly told CMT here that she wants to duet with Ed Sheeran.
Check Out Dolly On 'The Daily Show' Dolly and her Run, Rose, Run co-author James Patterson appeared Wednesday night on Comedy Central's The Daily Show. Watch the interview here.
'Pam And Tommy' Got Dolly's OK For Song The Hulu series Pam and Tommy features Dolly's "I Will Always Love You" in the closing scene, something Dolly first rejected and then later approved using, the project's music supervisor told Indie Wirehere. After the first no, the filmmakers sent her the final two scenes of the project to watch in context how it would be used, after which she changed her mind.
Gershwin Album With Dolly Released Friday Dolly told People magazine here that she feared she wouldn't do Gershwin justice appearing on Michael Feinstein's Gershwin Country album that came out Friday. Check out her contribution to the project here or in the media player below, and download the album here.
March 7: Dolly, James Start ACM, Book, Album Push
We're in the middle of a multi-week media run for Dolly, so she's a bit everywhere right now! With release of her album Run, Rose, Run, hosting Monday's Academy of Country Music Awards on Amazon Prime from Las Vegas (get a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime to watch here!), release of the book Run, Rose, Run with James Patterson Monday, the season passholder/media day at Dollywood on Friday, the park's public opening day on Saturday, her virtual book tour in between, and her first appearance at South by Southwest the following weekend, she's busy!
The PR push will include appearances on ABC's Good Morning America Monday and the syndicated Bobby Bones Show on radio at 8:20 a.m. Eastern Monday and a spot that aired Sunday on CBS Sunday Morning available here and in the media player below. The authors were on the cover of the newspaper insert magazine Parade over the weekend, and Dolly was spotted on Entertainment Tonight and other interviews.
She told Access Hollywoodhere she plans five wardrobe changes on the ACMs Monday night and said she's now serious about possibly recording a hard rock album following her nomination in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Her co-author Patterson has been announced as a presenter at the ACMs, and the awards revealed Kelly Clarkson's tribute to Dolly will involve her singing "I Will Always Love You;"
The host of Ted Talks interviewed Dolly on Clubhousehere and The Tennessean talked to her here. She also has taken over Pandora's Women in Country station in Pop Up Move here in honor of International Women's Day and debuted three special Dolly arrangements from 1-800-FLOWERS available for ordering online through Thursday to celebrate the holiday.
The new album was topping several online retail charts over the weekend and garnering positive reviews, with both NME and Rolling Stone giving it three out of five stars here and here. She even had her image on a NASCAR vehicle for the second time ever, this time Ross Chastain's No. 1 car, to promote the ACMs at Sunday's Pennzoil 400.
Imagination Caught Up In Book Banning Movement The anti-critical race crowd finally came for Dolly's early childhood literacy charity, Imagination Library, last week with Kentucky Republican State Senator Stephen Meredith questioning the appropriateness of the program as the state works to take it statewide with public matching funds. Just a couple of weeks after he helped lead a Senate vote along party lines to restrict how teachers in public school classrooms teach U.S. history due to the mischaracterization of honest history as the graduate level legal course critical race theory, he suggested the state should likewise insert vague language in the funding bill to require the books meet an undefined "age appropriateness" test, something other communities are using as a tactic to ban age-appropriate books that address issues of diversity, race, and sexuality by incorrectly claiming they aren't in their personal opinion age-appropriate. When pressed that this program is from Dolly Parton, for Pete's sake, and she would never do anything that would hurt children, he responded that he wasn't worried about her but that after her death future staff members may try to send age-inappropriate material to children to indoctrinate them in woke culture. (Fortunately, he apparently hasn't read the program's book list because the child development and literacy experts who select the book intentionally look for titles that present diversity, equality, and tolerance with special attention paid to including titles by African-American, Native American, Pacific American, and Latinx authors to reflect their experiences, share their culture with children who look different from the authors, and to provide representation for children who look like the authors. They even chose a book that was delivered to three-year-olds a few months ago that featured a subtle depiction of a same-sex parents family, so the books do contain significant amount of subject matter that literature and child development experts agree are age-appropriate but that conservative activists would find objectionable.) Following a news report on the committee hearing, where Meredith eventually gave in and voted for the bill, Dolly's sister Stella Parton Tweeted a take-down of Meredith, later adding: "When you stoop so low as to question the honorable intentions of someone as well intentioned as my big sister Dolly, then you are stopping low." Several fans weighed in defending Dolly, which generated additional coverage of the controversy such as News Channel 5's report here.
Dolly Vocal Competition Returns In May After a pandemic hiatus, the world's only vocal competition focused on Dolly the songwriter will return this summer, organizers announced. The Mountain Soul Vocal Competition in Sevierville, Tenn., concludes during the Bloomin' BBQ Music & Food Festival on May 21 with the final competition. Contestants must perform a song Dolly wrote (check the list here to confirm her authorship) but in their own vocal style in two divisions: 13-and-up and 12-and-under. "The Mountain Soul Vocal Competition does a great job showcasing new talent while also proving that Dolly's songwriting is incredibly versatile and can easily cross musical genres," says Sevierville Chamber of Commerce Director of Marketing and Communications Amanda Marr. "Since Dolly Parton is Sevierville's hometown girl, holding a competition that honors her songwriting ability was a natural fit for us. We are honored that Dollywood assists us with the Mountain Soul Vocal Competition each year." Entries ($10 older division, $5 younger) must be submitted for the preliminary round by April 15 online at BloominBBQ.com. A total of 30 finalists will be invited to the in-person concert in May to compete for cash and prizes including a Nashville recording session and a guitar autographed by Dolly.
U.K. Chart Updates Overseas, The Real Dolly Parton shoots up 45 places to No. 24 on the U.K. top sales chart and 35 spots to No. 23 physical sales chart. On the U.K. country compilations albums chart, Very Best Of Dolly Parton Vol. 1 climbs 13 at No. 7, while The Complete Trio Collection Deluxe rises three to No. 19 and Emmylou Harris's Original Album Series: Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) slips two to No. 14.
March 2: Welcome To The Dollyverse With Dolly's Run, Rose, Run album dropping Friday and the book Run, Rose, Run on Monday, the promotional rounds continue. Dolly will talk to Ted Talk's Adam Grant Thursday on Clubhouse here. And she and co-author James Patterson will be interviewed by Connie Britton at South by Southwest March 18, after which she will perform a concert. To promote the SXSW appearance, she has teamed with Fox Entertainment to create a virtual world called the Dollyverse that will sell blockchain NFTs of the CD and Dolly-inspired art and stream the interview and concert free live here.
Register For Dolly Appearance At Dollywood Dollywood this week officially revealed what was first reported here a few days earlier that Dolly will be making her first appearances at the park in three years for opening weekend, adding instructions that to see her in the media event in Celebrity Theater on Friday, you must pre-register for limited Golden Event seating here and then check in at the main gate early the morning of March 11 and show gold or diamond passes for each member of their party. Learn more here.
Kenny Rogers Concert Heading To PBS Various PBS stations nationwide undertaking pledge week have a new special this year: Kenny Rogers: All In For The Gambler. This hour and a half version of his retirement concert featuring Dolly and other artists appears to include additional performances not included in the CBS version that has already aired. In addition, the PBS version of the special will be available as a CD/DVD combo for PBS donors to choose as a thank you gift for shipping May 15. Learn more here. Several stations are also repeating the Dolly television performance compilation that had premiered in the last pledge week drive. Check local listings for both.
Poll: Put Dolly In Rock Hall Of Fame A new poll of the general public found Dolly the most popular of the 17 nominees for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame this year, with 33 percent of respondents saying she should be inducted. She was the No. 1 choice overall and top pick for two age groups: 26-41 and 58-76, Study Finds reported here. Those 18-25 chose Eminem as No. 1, while those 42-57 and older than 77 listed Lionel Richie at the top. Inductees will be announced later this year, and don't forget that fans' collective votes will be used as one ballot out of the approximately 1,000 ballots being cast for the Hall and you may vote once per day here.
U.S., U.K. Chart Updates Ultimate Dolly Parton and her 16 Biggest Hits kind of switched places, as the former falls off the March 5 Billboard country albums chart, down from No. 44, and the latter re-entering the chart at No. 43. Overseas, Very Best Of Dolly Parton Vol. 1 falls back out of the British top 100 streaming albums from No. 100 and re-enters the country compilations albums list at No. 20, while The Real Dolly Parton re-enters the top sales chart at No. 69 and physical sales chart at No. 58. On the U.K. country compilations albums chart, The Complete Trio Collection Deluxe falls 12 to No. 19, Emmylou Harris's Original Album Series: Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) gains three to No. 12 and Harris' Original Album Series: Volume 2 (featuring one track with Dolly harmony and two tracks with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) falls out of the top 20, down from No. 19.