During the Thanksgiving half-time show of the Dallas Cowboys versus Washington Commanders, Dolly Parton added another iconic performance to her resume. In a career that includes more milestones than that of 10 super stars, Dolly Parton demonstrated why she’s one of the greatest entertainers to ever live.
Dolly Is Promoting Her New Album, “Rockstar”
Dolly Parton sang through a medley of her hits as well as several tracks off of her new album, “Rockstar.” This performance continues as part of a cunning wave of promotion delivered by herself and her enterprise. It shows Dolly is as sharp as ever and continues to solidify her name in history.
In the week prior to this, Dolly was escorted by Peyton Manning onto the field in Knoxville, Tennessee after the first quarter of the Volunteers game. This continues her streak of performing and promoting her new album at massive venues in front of millions of fans when you include TV exposure.
Continuing Her Path As A Super-Star
She is no stranger to iconic performances, Dolly has had dozens in her career which include:
- Grand Ole Opry (1973): Dolly’s 1973 Grand Ole Opry performance with “Jolene” defined her country music reign. Her rhinestone flair and soulful rendition marked a turning point, solidifying her status as a powerhouse in the genre.
- “9 to 5” Oscars (1980): Dolly dazzled at the 1980 Oscars with “9 to 5.” Clad in sequins, her charismatic performance not only showcased her vocal prowess but also elevated the song to an anthem for working women.
- Glastonbury Festival (2014): Dolly’s 2014 Glastonbury headline, with hits, covers, and boundless charm, drew one of the festival’s largest crowds. Her timeless appeal and universal connection reaffirmed her as a global music icon.
Watch Dolly Parton Perform As A Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Here:
@espn #DollyParton put on a show during #halftime of #Commanders–#Cowboys ♬ original sound – ESPN