Dolly Parton Reveals Her Secret Tattoos
Dolly Rebecca Parton started her musical career at the early age of 10 and after writing songs for others for almost half a decade, she decided to launch her country music career in 1967 with her debut album titled Hello, I’m Dolly.
Her album registered mediocre popularity and Dolly spent the remainder of the 60s working on her craft and releasing several solos as well as duet albums. During the 1970s and 1980s, Dolly delivered one hit song after the other and constantly stayed at the top of the charts.
Dolly’s career registered a bit of a downward trajectory in the 1990s. However, she bounced back with the new millennium and has delivered several successful albums under her label called Dolly Records since then.
In her six-decades-long career, Dolly Parton has delivered 25 songs that reached the number one spot on Billboard and 44 country albums that occupied a spot on the top 10 country album list. She also has 49 Grammy nominations and 10 Grammy awards to her credit.
Parton has often confessed that at the beginning of her career, she drew great inspiration from female country music artists, such as Rose Maddox, Brenda Lee, Molly O’Day and Patsy Cline. Until the late 1950s, the country music scene was dominated by male artists.
However, during the late 1960s, Dolly created a name for herself within the country music industry and also paved way for other female artists. As an artist, Parton is as celebrated for her writing ability as well as her vocal talent. Her writing is often inspired by Appalachian ballads that were a part of her childhood days. Thus, Dolly often writes about stories, converting tragedies into songs.
Other than her elaborate music career, Dolly Parton is also known for always speaking her mind. The fact that she has been open about her poverty-stricken past and is strongly committed to lending her voice to working-class opinions has made Dolly a favorite of men and women around the world. However, with fame comes gossip and rumors and Dolly has encountered many of those in her long career.
In this video, we provide some clarity on the rumor that has long followed the country star: Dolly Parton is hiding ink on her body. So hit the play button and enjoy.