Dolly Parton Pulls Her Name from Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Consideration

Dolly Parton Pulls Her Name from Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Consideration

Last month Dolly Parton, along with 16 other musical acts, was nominated for the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame – but today (March 14th) the country legend is asking fans to no longer vote for her…

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Dolly has been in the top 5 of vote getters since the online fan polling started.

In her message Dolly mentions possibly recording a Rock & Roll album…which would add to her long list of musical releases – that includes her recent 48th studio album Run Rose Run.

The new album ties in with Dolly’s novel which she co-authored with James Patterson, also titled Run, Rose, Run.

The book is the story of a young woman who leaves her home with the dream of making it big in Nashville while a dark secret from her past threatens everything she’s tried so hard to achieve.

Dolly says, “It was a dream of mine to write this new book Run, Rose, Run with James Patterson and I am thrilled to share this new music that was inspired by it.”

Dolly & James recently appeared on CBS Sunday Morning to talk about the collaboration.

It doesn’t matter whether it’s country, rock & roll, books, movies or whatever…anything Dolly puts her efforts into becomes iconic.

Photo Courtesy of Dolly Parton

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