Dolly Parton has some good advice for aspiring musicians. The country singer certainly knows what she is talking about, since she has been in business for more than five decades.
I was just a teenager feudated by her desire to make music and act when she started in the industry. Today, Parton is using all the mistakes, lessons and difficult times he has suffered throughout his career to impart some wisdom to those just starting in the business.
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– Dolly Parton (@DollyParton) December 1, 2019
"I think if you have the talent and you have the faith and you have the will to go out and do it, just do it." Do not listen to people. If you feel it is a burning desire and you have a gift, I just say develop it, motivate it, be willing to sacrifice if necessary, but never sacrifice your morals, your principles and your values, "he revealed in a recent interview with SiriusXM.
The actress celebrated 50 years of being a member of the Grand Ole Opry, with a star-filled celebration that aired on NBC last week. Parton talked about his early days at Opry, which included a massive crush on John Cash, in an interview with Seth Meyers in Late night with seth meyers.
“I became a member 50 years ago. That was my dream to be a member, but I have been doing Opry for 60 years. I was on when I was 13 years old. It was amazing because my uncle Bill Owens used to take me back and forth to Nashville. That was when Johnny Cash was the first on the scene. It was the sexiest thing I had ever seen in my life. I was looking at him and feeling all these things that you feel. That is the first time I really understood what sexual attractiveness really was. And I really fell into a burning fire! But I loved him. He introduced me, ”said Parton.
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– Dolly Parton (@DollyParton) November 22, 2019
Dolly Parton has had one of the most successful careers in country music. The 73-year-old is about giving back. She supports several charities and has never forgotten her humble beginnings. Parton is also giving back by sharing advice to those looking to have a career in music. Don't listen to people are their words of wisdom.
There really is no one like the talented, generous, forceful, brutally honest, sweet and grateful, Dolly Parton. It is very nice to see a celebrity of his statue still so punished.