"People don't realize that, you know, we have--'we' meaning people in show business have the same problems as everybody else. Money don't change that. Fame don't change that. Sometimes that brings on more problems. You know, it's just a--different kind of problems. As they say, money ain't everything."
— CBS Sunday Morning,
Dolly Parton's latest album Blue Smoke offers up a dozen brand new tracks by the eight-time Grammy® Award winning country music icon. Featuring duets with Kenny Rogers and Willie Nelson, Dolly delivers a fresh batch of new original songs and a few well-known covers like Bon Jovi's "Lay Your Hands On Me" and Bob Dylan's "Don't Think Twice."
Dolly Parton's book Dream More is a collection of inspirational wisdom based on the commencement speech she gave at the University of Tennessee in 2009. Throughout its pages, Dolly sprinkles the wit and wisdom she has garnered from her extraordinary life and shares them in her candid and down-to-earth philosophy.
"I know that I've learned some things in my life that are important to me, and I think maybe they might be good ideas to pass along to you. Not as advice, but as information that I have found has helped me over the years. Enough to share, and a little to spare..."