Dolly Parton doesn’t think she’ll be stepping off stage anytime soon.
The country music icon said in a recent interview: greatest hits radio She indicates that she has no plans to retire in the future, as she is “not sitting idle”.
“I will never retire. I just hope that one day I will collapse in the middle of a song on stage. Hopefully that’s what I wrote. But that’s how I want it,” said the 77-year-old. said Parton jokingly. “Of course I don’t have much choice about it. But as long as I can work, my health and my husband is fine. I mean, that’s the only way I can slow down or stop. But until then I’ll make hay while the sun is shining.”
since debut album hello i’m dory In 1967, Parton became a music legend, releasing a total of 65 studio albums to date.
In a previous interview with host Ken Bruce, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee explained that she has been lucky enough to have many dreams come true throughout her music career and that she wants nothing to go to waste. bottom.
“I have always believed that I have to take responsibility because I want my dreams to come true and if I am lucky enough to have them, I have to keep that dream alive.” Jolene said the singer. “And every dream begets another dream. You can also branch out of almost anything that happens and turn it into a business. So it’s like a tree with strong roots.” So many branches, so many leaves, so why not make the most of it?”
The Grammy Award-winning singer is about to fulfill another dream with his soon-to-be-released first rock album.
In May, Parton released an album. rock starThe song, which drops on November 17th, will feature collaborations with Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Elton John, Stevie Nicks, Lizzo and Miley Cyrus.
“We are so excited to finally announce our first rock and roll album, Rockstar!” she said in a statement at the time. “It was such an honor and privilege to work with some of the most iconic singers and musicians of all time and it was an immense pleasure to sing all the iconic songs throughout the album. I hope you all enjoy this album as much as I enjoyed making it!”