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Dolly Parton expressed her excitement about the upcoming series on Apple Radio, stating, “I’ve lived a life of many colors, and I enjoyed the chance to sit down with Kelleigh Bannen to discuss different areas of my life and career. I hope the fans will have as much fun listening as we had recording this!”
Dolly Parton is set to feature on an Apple radio station with her new series, “What Would Dolly Do? Radio.” This four-part series will air on Apple Music’s global live-streaming radio station, Apple Music 1, with episodes broadcast weekly in anticipation of her upcoming rock album, “Rockstar,” set to release on November 17.
Parton, a native of Sevier County, Tennessee, will share her beloved stories, sharp wit, and wisdom, often in a humorous and entertaining manner. In the first episode, titled “Behind The Seams,” she discusses her appearance, legacy, and the elements that contributed to her becoming an international icon. The second episode delves into her career across various platforms, including stage and screen. The third episode is dedicated to her philanthropic work, and the final episode explores her transition into the rock genre.
“What Would Dolly Do? Radio” will be broadcast weekly on Wednesdays at 5pm PT / 7pm CT / 8pm ET on Apple Music 1, starting on October 25. It can be streamed live for free or accessed on-demand with an Apple Music subscription at apple.co/am-1. The series will also be available on Apple Podcasts, allowing Apple Music subscribers to follow the show and receive automatic downloads and notifications of new episodes when they become available on-demand.
Dolly Parton recently made her debut on CMT with a touching and heartfelt cover of 4 Non Blondes’ hit “What’s Up?” featuring the band’s lead singer, Linda Perry.
Parton expressed her admiration for Linda Perry, the original songwriter of the song, and her love for the track itself. She explained her involvement in the video, emphasizing the importance of addressing current world issues. Parton also acknowledged the young children who participated in the video, highlighting the significance of the younger generation’s contributions.
The video for the song was directed by Steve Summers and produced by NOZ Entertainment. It was filmed at Eakin Elementary School in downtown Nashville on one of the hottest days of the year.
Linda Perry was equally excited about the collaboration, describing Dolly Parton’s version of “What’s Up?” as outstanding. She was thrilled to work on the video with Parton, emphasizing their enjoyable and comfortable experience on set. Perry was honored that Parton chose to cover her song and praised the legendary artist’s unique spin on it.