Dolly Parton

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One of the most famous American entertainment icons, Dolly Parton is getting ready for the biggest tour of her life, under the title 'Pure and Simple', that will take place in major cities in North America. The Dolly Parton Denver tour will be making a stop at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, Colorado, on July 27th 2016 and then she will continue with her first concerts in Canada after 20 years. Dolly Parton's 'Pure and Simple' Tour will take place this summer along with the release of her double album. This is an amazing collection that will include the most lovable hits of her fans, along withe some new songs. Her upcoming trek will feature stops in more than 60 cities in the U.S. and Canada. It will be her first performance at the Red Rocks in her 53-year music career.

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The 'Pure and Simple' Concert in Denver

If you will be in Denver, you'll have the chance to hear the majestic and beautiful voice of the amazing singer Dolly Parton Denver. The concert will take place in a magnificent place, which is lacated in the Red Rocks Parks, right between the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains, offering everything you want to see. In this concert there will be only four people on stage, as she announced, who will be playing instrumnets, sing and just have a great time. More specifically, her set list for this extraordinary concert will be full of hits that you as well as most of her fans adore, along with a number of new and beloved songs. You will also have the chance to hear great songs, that have not be sang live for at the the last two decades. 

Successful career 

The country legend icon is undoubtedly a great performer, who after her amazingly successful TV movie, under the title 'Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors', attracted a record of network of over 15.8 million viewers. In fact, this was the most watched movie that was ever seen on TV in more than 3 years. The movie will also be taped for DVD the upcoming days. 

Her early life

Dolly Rebecca was born in January 1946 Parton in Sevier Country, Tennessee and has worked the most years of her life in the music scence. She is an American singer, actress and songwriter, who is known mainly for her work in country music. She actually started working on local television and radio, when she was just 10 years old. Since then she love music and was what made her the icon she is today, with countless hits, a successful cross between country bits and pop music and even her own theme park, which is located in Tenessee in the US. She is a great performer of the country music of all time. In her whole careere she has 41 career top 10 country albums, a record of any artist and she has 110 careere charte singles, which were produced over the past 40 years. In 1999, Dolly has also been inducted into the Hall of Fame (country music). In her whole life, Parton has composed more than 3.000 songs. The most famous of them is the song 'I will always love you'. As a country music superstar behind an estimated 100 million album sales and a successful film career is one of American music’s most lovable and enduring icons.

The most notable tours

On tour in 2013 Dolly Parton continued to captivate her fans with her amazinlgy live concerts, accompanied with great hits and personal stories and facts of her life. The amazing American singer and song writer Dolly Parton has also released her 41st album that was recorded in studio 'Better Day in 2011', a country dance rhythm, that topped in charts around the world. After a great childhood with music in Great Smoky Mountains, Dolly Parton continued for Nashville the day after her high school graduation, eventually achieving success in the early 70s with a string of No. 1 hits including “Jolene” and “I Will Always Love You”. Over all these years she has received a number of awards, including the prestigious Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

International Superstar

The irresistable country icon has contributed to lots of entertainment to the whole world with her singles, hits anad albums and has topped 100 million records all over the world. She managed to win gold, as well as platinum awards and her 25 best songs reached No. 1 on the Billboards of country charts. This only is a great record for a woman artist. In fact, she won 7 Grammy Awards, 5 Academy Awards of Country Music and many more. She made her first film debut as an actress in 1980 with the successful comedy '9 to 5' and she earned a number of great reviews for her amazing performance as an actress. Moreover, she took some great roles in great movies like 'Steel Magnolia', 'Rhinestone', 'Best Little Whorehouse in Texas' and more. In 1988 she actually began the Dollywood Foundation, which funds Dolly Parton's Imagination Library across US and Canada, by giving in each preschool child a book every month from the time she or he is born until the day the child reaches kindergarten. In fact, around 60,000,000 books are mailed currently to children in the United States of America and Canada and throughout the UK. 

Records sold worldwide & movie

Dolly Parton in her whole life has sold more than 100 million records. and she has her star into the Walk of Fame in Hollywood. In addition she was presented by the American Library of Congress for her contribution and help to the cultural heritage of the American society in 2004. The next December (in 2005) she released her TV movie, called 'Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors', that was a big success.

Dolly Parton Today

Even though Dolly Parton is 70 years old, she doesn't even think of retirement. As she admits, 'retirement is not her thing'. Today, apart from her tours, she continues to add new attractions to her own Dollywood theme park. Moreover, she never stops being active, as she plans to open a new family focused dinner theatre in the near future, that will be able to host children and parents, in order to spend wonderful times.

So, don't lose the opportunity and sing and dance live with Dolly Parton Denver in an amazing performance in Morrison.