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Dolly Parton
Phone (865) 974-5301
Price $59.50, $49.50 and $39.50
Age Suitability None Specified
Category Country
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Dolly Parton

Wednesday, May 28 8:00p
Thompson Boling Arena Knoxville, TN

This is a benefit concert for Dolly's Imagination Library and the Robert F. Thomas Foundation.

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Dolly Parton
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Born in a one-room cabin in Tennessee; she was the fourth of 12 children. By age 10, she was performing on local radio and TV shows in Knoxville, TN. Cowrote her earliest recorded song, "Puppy Love," which was released when she was still in her teens....
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Thompson Boling Arena
Vista Delmar Way
Knoxville, TN 37996
(865) 974-5301
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(no rating) Apr 26, 2008 - leighaun on Dolly Parton
DOLLY

I only have one thing to say to your comment, what a load of crap!!! dolly is one of thee best artist that this world has ever seen, she touches people of all ages and sex with her incrediable songwriting and singing gifts..people like you need to see behind the make up, wigs and everything else and see the person underneath it all. Dolly is an amazing person and has managed to help people all over the world, not to mention the endless charity work and continious donations to different projects, not many artists have the credibility that dolly has, which she has rightfully earned through these years, and after 40 years in the business she is still going strong, cant say that about many other artists these days can you !!!!!!

Mar 12, 2008 - Bingo Book on Dolly Parton
An Icon, but not a Role Model

Dolly impresses me in the same was way a silicon dish impresses me when it withstands the heat of an oven. The silicone may be the end of the similarities between these two though.

Dolly Parton is to country what Vanilla Ice was to Rap. Definitely a big player, but in the end, a joke. If not for her giant rack, there would be no reason whatsoever for her to show her face in public again. After expressing her political beliefs, and thereby attempting to step out of her realm, she really exposed the trailer trash within, and any good she may have done through charity is now null in my ethics book.