Dolly Parton releases Rockstar album
Dolly Parton's long awaited Rock album is finally out, featuring 30 tracks including covers of iconic songs and original songs.
Dolly Parton has finally released her highly anticipated rock album, "Rockstar." The announcement was made on her social media in the early hours of Friday, November 17th. In her Instagram post, she expressed her pride and happiness in the album's release, stating that she had a wonderful time working with iconic artists and musicians on the record.
"Rockstar" is now available for streaming on popular platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music. Physical copies of the album, including CDs and vinyl, can be purchased through Parton's website and other retailers. Fans have also snapped up cassette versions of the album, which were available through the social-selling network TalkShopLive.
The album boasts an impressive 30 tracks, featuring covers of iconic songs such as "Let It Be" with Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, Queen's "We Are the Champions," and "Wrecking Ball" with Miley Cyrus. Parton also took the opportunity to be more outspoken with her lyrics in one of her original songs on the album, "World on Fire," addressing issues such as "greedy politicians" and calling for healing and love.
Fans were treated to a "first-listen" event in movie theaters and cinemas worldwide on November 15th. This event allowed them to experience the album in a unique and immersive setting.
Parton's foray into rock music comes after her induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in May 2022. Despite initially expressing reluctance to be inducted, she ultimately accepted the honor, stating that she needed to "earn her place" in the hall of fame. This led to the creation of her first rock 'n' roll album, sparking speculation about future albums in other genres from the country music legend.
Overall, Dolly Parton's "Rockstar" album marks a significant milestone in her career, showcasing her versatility as an artist and her willingness to push boundaries in the music industry. With its diverse range of tracks and powerful lyrics, the album is sure to resonate with fans and solidify Parton's status as a music icon.