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  • (1986) She and her former manager, Sandy Gallin, were partners in Sandollar Productions, an entertainment production company. Sandollar has produced TV shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) and films including Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992), Father of the Bride (1991), Father of the Bride Part II (1995).
  • (1994) Book: Wrote the children's picture book, "Coat of Many Colors" (illustrated by Judith Sutton) after her signature song of the same name.
  • (1983) Music video: "Potential New Boyfriend"
  • (2016) In addition to her musical and acting careers and her theme parks (Dollywood, Dollywood's Splash Country, and Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede Dinner Theaters (Pigeon Forge, TN & Branson, MO), Dolly Parton's Lumberjack Adventure Dinner Theater (Pigeon Forge, TN), and Pirates Voyage Dinner Theater (Myrtle Beach, SC)), she has had ventures into almost every product imaginable. In the early 1990s she put out a line of cosmetics (Dolly Parton's Beauty Confidence Collection) and wigs (Dolly Parton Wigs), both manufactured by Revlon. She owns song publishing companies (Velvet Apple Music (BMI) and Songyard Music (ASCAP) as well as a motion picture and television production company (Dixie Pixie Productions). In the mid-to-late 1970s she had her own line of dolls. For a brief time in the mid-to-late 1990s she once again began offering "Dolly Parton" dolls through Dollywood.
  • (1987) TV commercial: Las Vegas
  • (1986) TV commercials: Dollywood
  • (1994) TV commercial: Dolly Parton Beauty Confidence Kit
  • (1970s) TV commercials (w/Porter Wagoner): Breeze Detergent
  • (2003) Music video: Appeared in Mindy Smith's video for "Jolene."
  • (early 1990s) TV commercial: Tennessee tourism ("Come to Tennessee, We're Playing Your Song" campaign)
  • (2004) TV commercial: Dixie Stampede in Orlando, Florida
  • (2002) Album: "Halos & Horns"
  • (1999) Album: "The Grass is Blue"
  • (2001) Album: "Little Sparrow"
  • (2003-05) TV commercials: Tennessee tourism ("The Stage is Set For You Honey! Come Play on It!" campaign)
  • She has appeared as a guest artist on over 200 albums by other artists. Some of these artists include Rod Stewart, Eric Lee Beddingfield, Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, Culture Club, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Kathie Lee Gifford, Alison Krauss, Rhonda Vincent and many more.
  • (2003) Album: "Just Because I'm a Woman: The Songs of Dolly Parton" (Tribute album featuring Alison Krauss, Mindy Smith, Melissa Etheridge, Shania Twain, Kasey Chambers and more. Album also includes a newly recorded version of the title track by Dolly herself).
  • (2004) Album: "Live & Well".
  • (1984) Album: "Once Upon a Christmas" with Kenny Rogers.
  • (1990) Album: "Home for Christmas".
  • (1989) Album: "White Limozeen".
  • (1985) Album: "Real Love".
  • (1993) Album: "Slow Dancing with the Moon".
  • (1992) Album: "Straight Talk" (Official Motion Picture Soundtrack).
  • (1991) Album: "Eagle When She Flies".
  • (1987) Album: "Rainbow"
  • (1993) Album: "Honky Tonk Angels" with Tammy Wynette and Loretta Lynn.
  • (1987) Album: "Trio" with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt
  • (1999) Album: "Precious Memories".
  • (1999) Album: "Trio II" with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt.
  • (2003) Album: "For God and Country".
  • (1980) Album: "9 To 5 and Odd Jobs".
  • (2005) Album: "Those Were The Days".
  • Donated her bluegrass song "Will He Be Waiting for Me?" for a public service announcement for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) starring comic Kathy Najimy as a woman rushing home to take care of her dog after leaving him alone all day.
  • (1997) Maxi-Single: "Peace Train". Techno dance mix versions of the Cat Stevens-written title track. The country version of this song originally appeared on Dolly's 1996 "Treasures" album. The most popular remix was by DJ Junior Vasquez.
  • (1999) Maxi-Single: "Walking on Sunshine". Features techno dance mix versions of "Peace Train", "Walking on Sunshine", and "Two Doors Down". "Two Doors Down" features new vocals provided by Dolly exclusively for this dance remix.
  • (1982) Album: "The Winning Hand" with Brenda Lee, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson.
  • (1982) Album: "Dolly Parton's Greatest Hits".
  • (1983) Album: "Burlap and Satin".
  • (1984) Album: "The Great Pretender" (RCA Records).
  • (1984) Album: "Rhinestone" (Official Motion Picture Soundtrack).
  • (1985) Album: "Dolly Parton: Collector's Series".
  • (1986) Album: "Think About Love".
  • (1986) Album: "Best of Dolly Parton, Vol. 3".
  • (1994) Album: "Heartsongs: Live from Home".
  • (1995) Album: "Something Special".
  • (1996) Album: "I Will Always Love You and Other Greatest Hits".
  • (1996) Album: "Treasures".
  • (1998) Album: "Hungry Again".
  • (2003) Album: "Ultimate Dolly Parton".
  • (2005) Album: "The Essential Dolly Parton".
  • (1975) Album: "Say Forever You'll Be Mine" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1975) Album: "Dolly: The Seeker & We Used To".
  • (1975) Single: "The Seeker"/"Love With Feeling".
  • (1976) Album: "All I Can Do".
  • (1976) Single: "Is Forever Longer Than Always"/"If You Say I Can" both with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1977) Album: "You Are" (UK Release).
  • (1977) Album: "New Harvest...First Gathering".
  • (1977) Album: "Here You Come Again".
  • (1978) Album: "Heartbreaker".
  • (1979) Album: "Great Balls of Fire".
  • (1980) Album: "Dolly, Dolly, Dolly".
  • (1980) Album: "Porter & Dolly" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1982) Album: "Heartbreak Express".
  • (1982) Album: "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" (Official Motion Picture Soundtrack).
  • (1975) Album: "The Bargain Store".
  • (1975) Album: "Best of Dolly Parton".
  • (1971) Album: "Coat of Many Colors".
  • (1972) Album: "The World of Dolly Parton".
  • (1972) Album: "The Right Combination/Burning the Midnight Oil" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1972) Album: "Touch Your Woman".
  • (1972) Single: "Chet's Tune (Part 1)"/"Chet's Tune (Part 2)".
  • (1972) Album: "Together Always" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1972) Album: "Just The Way I Am".
  • (1972) Album: "Dolly Parton Sings, "My Favorite Songwriter, Porter Wagoner".
  • (1972) Single: "Washday Blues"/"Just As Good As Gone".
  • (1973) Album: "We Found It" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1973) Album: "My Tennessee Mountain Home".
  • (1973) Album: "Love and Music" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1973) Single: "Here Comes The Freedom Train" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1973) Album: "Bubbling Over".
  • (1973) Album: "Mine".
  • (1974) Album: "Jolene".
  • (1974) Album: "Porter 'N' Dolly" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1974) Album: "Love Is Like a Butterfly".
  • (1975) Album: "In Concert" with Charley Pride, Chet Atkins, Ronnie Milsap, Jerry Reed and Gary Stewart.
  • (1970) Album: "The Fairest Of Them All".
  • (1970) Album: "Porter Wayne and Dolly Rebecca" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1970) Album: "As Long As I Love".
  • (1970) Album: "A Real Live Dolly".
  • (1970) Album: "Once More" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1970) Album: "The Best of Dolly Parton".
  • (1971) Album: "Golden Streets of Glory".
  • (1971) Single: "Comin' For To Carry Me Home"/"Golden Streets of Glory",.
  • (1971) Album: "Two of a Kind" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1971) Album: "Joshua".
  • (1971) Album: "The Best of Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1959) Single: "Puppy Love"/"Girl Left Alone".
  • (1962) Single: "It's Sure Gonna Hurt"/"The Love You Gave".
  • (1965) Single: "I Wasted My Tears"/"What Do You Think About Lovin'".
  • (1965) Single: "Happy, Happy Birthday Baby"/"Old Enough to Know Better (Too Young to Resist)".
  • (1965) Single: "Busy Single"/"I Took Him For Granted".
  • (1966) Single: "Don't Drop Out"/"Control Yourself".
  • (1966) Single: "The Little Things"/"Put It Off Until Tomorrow".
  • (1967) Album: "Hello, I'm Dolly".
  • (1965) Album: "Just Between You and Me" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1968) Album: "Just Because I'm a Woman".
  • (1965) Album: "Just the Two of Us" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1968) Single: "I'm Not Worth the Tears"/"Ping Pong".
  • (1969) Album: "In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)".
  • (1969) Album: "Always, Always" with Porter Wagoner.
  • (1969) Album: "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy".
  • (January 2006) her recording of "The Star Spangled Banner" from her 2003 "For God and Country" CD was used in promotional materials by the BBC in announcing the airing of the updated Doctor Who (2005) television series on the Sci-Fi Channel for U.S. broadcast.
  • (2005) Concert Tour: The Vintage Tour - Approx. 40 shows in the US and Canada. Ran from August 16-December 10.
  • (2002) Concert Tour: The Halos & Horns Tour - 20 shows in 18 cities. Ran from July 5-December 14. This was Dolly's first concert tour in approximately 10 years.
  • (2004) Concert Tour: Hello I'm Dolly Tour - 39 shows in 36 cities in the US and Canada. Ran from October 14-December 19.
  • (2004) TV commercials: Starred in a series of comical commercials for the 2004 CMT Video Music Awards. Dolly hosted the awards show.
  • CD: "I Believe" (BSP)
  • CD: "The Best There Is" (Columbia)
  • (2006) Audio commentary for the DVD of the film Nine to Five (1980) "Sexist, Egotistical, Lying, Hypocritical Bigot Edition" released in April.
  • Exclusive interview on her feelings about the movie is included on the DVD for the film Songcatcher (2000).
  • A special behind the scenes look at the filming of Dolly's "Travelin' Thru" video and the complete music video itself is included on the DVD for the film Transamerica (2005).
  • (2006) TV commercial: Tennessee Department of Tourism. The "Tennessee Roadtrip" campaign features Dolly inserted digitally into film footage featuring Elvis Presley. This marks the first time another celebrity has "interacted" with Presley through technological means. Elvis and Dolly spotlight all of the sights and sounds Tennessee has to offer visitors.
  • (5/06) Radio: Host of hour-long BBC Radio 2 documentary entitled "Will The Circle Be Unbroken?" about the life and career of the legendary Carter Family. She interviewed descendants of original members of the group for this special. It details how the Carter Family brought their Appalachian music to a wider audience.
  • (2006) Book: "Dolly's Dixie Fixin's" cookbook.
  • (2002) Music Songbook: "Halos & Horns: The Songbook", Alfred Publishing Company, Los Angeles, CA. ISBN 0757909477.
  • (6/22/75) Radio: Appeared on the United States Army Reserve radio program "Country Cookin' with Lee Arnold" (Program #214).
  • (6/7/71-6/11/71) Radio: Served as co-host of the Ralph Emery Show. This daily radio program was broadcast live on 650 WSM radio out of Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
  • Radio Specials: completed many radio specials to help promote her albums. Her first "official" special was the 1990 program "Home For Christmas", which featured Dolly telling stories about the holidays from her childhood and featured a special performance of "Deck The Halls" which was not released on the final CD. This special was followed by "The Honky Tonk Angels Story" with Tammy Wynette and Loretta Lynn in 1993. Special interview discs were also created to market her 1999 "The Grass Is Blue" album and 2001's "Little Sparrow" release. Two additional radio specials have followed since that time: 2002's "Halos and Horns Radio Special", named after the album of the same name and hosted by famed Americana DJ 'Rusty Miller', and 2003's "Dolly Parton Tribute" radio special released in conjunction with the Dolly tribute album "Just Because I'm a Woman: The Songs of Dolly Parton".
  • (2002) Her album "Halos and Horns" was an enhanced CD. The CD included special CD-ROM features, such as a special message from Dolly to her fans, a exclusive audio player skin feature, clips for the songs on the CD and an exclusive interview with her about the songs and her experience while recording the project.
  • (2006) Album [Box Set]: "Dolly Parton: The Acoustic Collection, 1999-2002" (Sugar Hill Records)
  • (5/20/07) Benefit Concert: Benefit concert to raise funds for the new Ft. Sanders Sevier Medical Center at the Smokies Stadium in Kodak, Tennessee. Parton businesses in the area (Dollywood, Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede) have already donated $500,000 for the new health care facility.
  • (2006-07) Casino Concert Tours: North America - Five November 2006 concerts in the U.S. and Canada and four additional concerts in February 2007 at various casinos in California and Nevada.
  • (2007) European Concert Tour: Dolly's first extensive European tour since the 1970s. Approximately 21 dates in 17 cities between March 6-April 3.
  • (12/25/06) Radio: Featured on a two-hour BBC Radio 2 Christmas special. Dolly shared her own Christmas memories and some of her holiday music was played. She spoke of her favorite holiday songs from other artists, some of which were presented and BBC Radio 2 also presented a career overview of Dolly's work for listeners.
  • (2007) Released a free 12-track CD to kick off her 2007 European tour. The CD was available as an insert in the "Daily Mail" on Sunday newspaper in the UK and throughout Europe. The special CD contained songs personally chosen by Dolly and included rare concert recordings and newly recorded versions of some of her other classics.
  • (2007) Album: "The Very Best of Dolly Parton" (BMG/Sony International)
  • (2007) She contributed an essay about her upbringing for Charlie Daniels book "Growing Up Country: What Makes Country Life Country". Daniels edited the essays submitted from other celebrities and compiled them into the publication.
  • (2007) Performed the gospel standard "This Old House" as a duet with Brenda Lee on Lee's CD "Gospel Duets with Treasured Friends". Other participants included Emmylou Harris, Martina McBride, Kix Brooks, Vince Gill, Huey Lewis, Alison Krauss, among others.
  • (2007) Single: "Better Get to Livin'" (Dolly Records)
  • (2007) Appeared on "Whisperin' Bluegrass" by Grand Ole Opry star Bill Anderson. The two sing the duet "My Perfect Reason" on the project. Other guests include Vince Gill, Jon Randall, Willie Nelson, and Jan Howard.
  • (2007) Wrote and sang a duet with Charlie Daniels for his CD "Deuces". The song, "Daddy's Old Fiddle" was written by Dolly exclusively for this project and for the two of them to sing together.
  • (2007) Appeared on the Deana Carter CD "The Chain". The two sang a duet on Dolly's past #1 composition "Love Is Like a Butterfly". Other guests on the CD include Willie Nelson, Shooter Jennings, Andrea Zonn, Kris Kristofferson, and George Jones.
  • (2007) Album: "Dolly Parton: 16 Biggest Hits". (RCA Nashville/Legacy)
  • (2007 Reunited with former duet partner and mentor Porter Wagoner on his gospel CD "Best of Grand Old Gospel 2008" for the song "Drifting Too Far From The Shore". This would be their final duet and Porter's last release before his death in October 2007.
  • (2007) Performed her composition "River of Happiness" on the Sparrow Records gospel CD "I'll Fly Away: Country Hymns & Songs of Faith". Other participants included Vince Gill, Sara Watkins, Marty Stuart, Kortnie Heying, Ronnie Freeman, and Ed Cash.
  • (2007) Album: "The Very Best of Dolly Parton, Vol. 2" (BMG/Sony International)
  • (2008) Album: "Backwoods Barbie" (Dolly Records/A2M Distribution)
  • (2008) Contributed a track to the Judy Collins tribute CD "Born To The Breed: A Tribute to Judy Collins". Parton sang "The Fisherman's Song" for the project.
  • (2008) A long delayed version of her #1 duet with Ricky Van Shelton, "Rockin' Years", done in 1988 as a duet with George Jones, was finally released on Jones' CD "Burn Your Playhouse Down: The Unreleased Duets".
  • (2008) Provided harmony vocals on "Gold", a track from the CD "All I Intended to Be" by Emmylou Harris. Additional harmonies were provided by Vince Gill.
  • (2008) Stage: Wrote the music and lyrics for the play "9 to 5: The Musical" on Broadway. She contributed 20 songs for the show including her Oscar-nominated title tune. The musical debuted on the West Coast September 6, 2008 and opened on Broadway in April 2009.
  • (2008) Wrote the title track "Do You Know" for singer Jessica Simpson's debut Country album. Parton also is a featured guest on the track, providing background harmony vocals.
  • (2008) Target retail stores used Parton's 1993 recording "More Where That Came From" for a national (U.S.) television marketing campaign.
  • (2009) Album: "Sha-Kon-O-Hey! Land of Blue Smoke" (Dolly Records). This commemorative CD was recorded to raise money for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The eight songs included also make up the soundtrack to the 2009 Dollywood stage production of "Sha-Kon-O-Hey!". Parton wrote the score for the stage show.
  • (2009) Album: "Backwoods Barbie: Collector's Edition" (Dolly Records). This special edition of her 2008 CD was available exclusively at all Cracker Barrel Old Country Store locations. The collector's edition included three new tracks, "Rose of My Heart," "Hallelujah Holiday," and "Berry Pie". These tracks were personally selected by Parton for this store exclusive collector's edition. The project also included new cover art and photos for the liner notes.
  • (2009) Album: "9 to 5: The Musical" (Official Broadway Cast Recording) (Dolly Records). This cast recording of Parton's score for the Broadway musical "9 to 5" features the vocal talent of Allison Janney, Marc Kudisch, Megan Hilty, Stephanie J. Block, Kathy Fitzgerald, and Andy Karl. Parton served as Exective Producer for the project and released the album on her own record label.
  • (2009) Single: "Change It" (Dolly Records). This single version of a track from "9 to 5: The Musical" features vocals by Parton with background vocals by the cast of the Broadway show.
  • (2009) CD/DVD: "Dolly: Live From London" (Dolly Records/A2M Distribution)
  • (2009) A new duet featuring Dolly and Kenny Rogers was released on Oct. 27 on Rogers' new box set "Kenny Rogers: The First 50 Years". The duet, "Tell Me That You Love Me", is the first time the two have worked together since Rogers' 2003 CD "Back to the Well" which featured them on a Dolly written track, "Undercover".
  • (2009) Box Set - "Dolly" (Sony/Legacy). This 4-CD box set released on Oct. 27 is the first career-spanning box set to cross various record labels. The set includes 99 songs, including rarities, seven previously unreleased tracks, and a full-color 60 page booklet.
  • (2009) Single: "Comin' Home For Christmas" (Dolly Records)
  • (10/5/10) She played the second annual "We're All For the Hall" benefit concert for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, TN. Other performers included concert founder Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert, John Mayer, Martina McBride, Vince Gill, and Charley Pride.
  • (2010) Music video: "I Am Strong" (w/The Grascals)
  • (2009) Music video: "Here You Come Again" (live footage)
  • (2009) Music video: "Change It"
  • (2008) Music video: "Backwoods Barbie"
  • (2008) Music video: "Shinola" (live footage)
  • (2008) Music video: "Jesus & Gravity"
  • (2007) Music video: "Better Get to Livin'"
  • (2006) Music video: "Heartbreaker's Alibi" (w/Rhonda Vincent)
  • (2006) Music video: "Travelin' Thru"
  • (2005) Music video: "When I Get Where I'm Going" (w/Brad Paisley)
  • (2005) Music video: "Imagine"
  • (2005) Music video: "The Blues Man" (w/George Jones)
  • (2004) Music video (w/Norah Jones): "Creepin' In"
  • (2004) Music video: "Welcome Home"
  • (2004) Music video: "Steady As the Rain" (w/The Larkins)
  • (2003) Music video: "Color Me America"
  • (2003) Music video: "I'm Gone"
  • (2003) Music video: "Stand By The River" with Dottie Rambo
  • (2002) Music video: "Hello God" (filmed live)
  • (2002) Music video: "Dagger Through the Heart"
  • (2001) Music video: "Shine"
  • (1999) Music video: "Afer the Gold Rush" (w/Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt)
  • (1998) Music video: "The Salt in My Tears"
  • (1998) Music video: "Honky Tonk Songs"
  • (1997) Music video: "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" (w/Ladysmith Black Mambazo)
  • (1996) Music video: "Just When I Needed You Most" (w/Alison Krauss, Dan Tyminski)
  • (1993) Music video: "Silver Threads and Golden Needles" (w/Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn)
  • (1994) Music video: "The Day I Fall in Love (w/James Ingram)
  • (1994) Music video: "When You Tell Me That You Love Me" with Julio Iglesias
  • (1993) Music video: "More Where That Came From"
  • (1993) Music video: "Romeo" (w/Billy Ray Cyrus, Kathy Mattea, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Tanya Tucker)
  • (1992) Music video: "Light of a Clear Blue Morning"
  • (1992) Music video: "Straight Talk"
  • (1991) Music video: "Silver and Gold"
  • (1991) Music video: "Eagle When She Flies"
  • (1991) Music video: "Rockin' Years" (w/Ricky Van Shelton)
  • (1990) Music video: "Love Is Strange" (w/Kenny Rogers)
  • (1989) Music video: "He's Alive" (filmed live)
  • (1989) Music video: "Why'd You Come in Here Lookin' Like That?".
  • (1987) Music video: "I Know You By Heart" w/Smokey Robinson
  • (1987) Music video: "The River Unbroken"
  • (1987) Music video: "Those Memories of You" (w/Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris)
  • (1987) Music video: "To Know Him is To Love Him" (w/Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris)
  • (1985) Music video: "Real Love" with Kenny Rogers
  • (2011) Music video: "Together You & I"
  • (2011) Album: "Better Day" (Dolly Records/Warner Music Nashville Distribution)
  • (2011) Single: "He's Everything" with Queen Latifah, Keke Palmer, Jeremy Jordan, Andy Karl and Dequina Moore from the Joyful Noise Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (WaterTower Music)
  • (2011) Music Video: "The Sacrifice" (Dolly Records)
  • (2012) Album: "Joyful Noise" (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (WaterTower Music).
  • (2012) CD/DVD: "An Evening With...Dolly" (Dolly Records). This special edition two-disc CD/DVD, the first for the retail chain, was available exclusively at all Cracker Barrel Old Country Store locations.
  • (2012) Book: "Dream More: Celebrate the Dreamer in You". New York: Putnam Adult. ISBN 0399162488
  • (2012) CD: "Dream More: Celebrate the Dreamer in You". New York: Penguin Audio; Unabridged edition. ISBN 1611761549
  • (2013) Music Video: "You Can't Make Old Friends" (w/Kenny Rogers)
  • (September 25, 1987) Guest on the TV program "Live on Five".
  • (2013) Album: "Dolly Parton's My People (The Original Cast Album)" (with Randy Parton, Cassie King, Heidi Parton, Jada Anderson, Debbie Jo Hess, and Dwight Puckett (The Dollywood Company). The special soundtrack album of the Dollywood production is sold exclusively at the Dollywood themepark in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, USA.
  • (2014) Album: "Blue Smoke" (Dolly Records/SONY Masterworks)
  • (2014) Music Video: "Home" (Dolly Records)
  • (2014) Contributed harmony vocals for Mary Sarah's major label debut, "Bridges: Great American Country Duets". They perform the Parton-penned classic "Jolene".
  • (2015) Music Video: "When I Stop Dreaming" (with Don Henley)
  • (2015) Album: "I Believe in You" (Dollywood Foundation)
  • (2015) Contributed guest vocals on the track "The Twelve Days of Christmas" for Rhonda Vincent's 2015 Holiday album "Christmas Time".
  • (2015) Performed with former Dollywood entertainer James Rogers on his 2015 release "Beyond The Call". The two sang a duet of the title track and filmed a music video for the release. The song is a tribute to National Medal of Honor recipients.
  • (2015) Contributed duet vocals for Jewel Kilcher's track "My Father's Daughter" from her album release "Picking Up The Pieces".
  • (2016) Album: "Pure & Simple" (Dolly Records/RCA Records Nashville/SONY Music Entertainment)
  • (2016) Box Set: "The Complete Trio Collection" with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt (Rhino Records)
  • (2016) Lyric Video: "Outside Your Door" (Dolly Records/RCA Records Nashville/SONY Music Entertainment)
  • (2014) Lyric Video: "Blue Smoke" (Dolly Records/SONY Masterworks)
  • (2016) Lyric Video: "Wildflowers" with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt (Rhino Records)
  • (2016) Lyric Video: "Pure & Simple" (Dolly Records/RCA Records Nashville/SONY Music Entertainment)
  • (September 9 to October 19, 2008) She was composer and lyricist for the musical, "9 to 5: The Musical," in a world premiere in a special arrangement with Robert Greenblatt at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Allison Janney, Stephanie J. Block, Megan Hilty, Andy Karl, Kathy Fitzgerald and Marc Kudisch in the cast. Patricia Resnick wrote the book. Joe Mantello was director. Andy Blankenbuehler was choreographer. Scott Pask was scenic designer. William Ivey Long was costume designer.
  • (2009) She wrote the original score for the musical, "9 to 5: The Musical," on Broadway in New York City with Allison Janney , Stephanie J. Block, Andy Karl, Kathy Fitzgerald and Marc Kudisch in the cast. Andy Blankenbuehler was choreographer.
  • (2016) Lyric Video: "Head Over High Heels" (Dolly Records/RCA Records Nashville/SONY Music Entertainment)
  • (2016) Recorded a version of her classic song "Jolene" as a duet with pop group Pentatonix
  • (2016) : Single and Music Video for the track "Forever Country". An all-star collaboration to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Country Music Association Awards (CMA Awards).

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