Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton is an American country musician and singer-songwriter, entrepreneur and philanthropist.

In more than four decades of recording career she has earned the title of queen of country music, with twenty-five singles topping the US charts, and 41 albums placed in the top ten. Along with Reba McEntire, she is the only country artist to have reached #1 on the singles charts at least once for four consecutive decades. At the turn of the 80s and 90s you also had great success in the pop genre.

Among her most famous musical pieces of her I Will Always Love You, Jolene, 9 to 5, Here You Come Again and Coat of Many Colors. Characteristic traits of Dolly Parton are the particular soprano vocal timbre, a biting and sometimes coarse sense of humor, and a particularly flashy look, also obtained through numerous plastic surgery operations. She is also known for her philanthropic activity; the Dollywood foundation, which she created and directed, mainly deals with children's literacy.