Dolly Parton Is Doing Her Best To Get Mick Jagger On Her Rock Album

Dolly Parton, known for her country music roots, recently took a surprising turn when she decided to become a rockstar following her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Some might not believe it, but Parton is dead serious about her new venture and is working tirelessly to make it happen. In a recent interview on the View, the singer shared her plans to collaborate with Mick Jagger on her upcoming album, ‘Rock Star,’ solidifying her commitment to this new chapter in her musical career.

“Well I’m doing my best to try and get him on [‘Rock Star’],” she responded when asked about the possibility of collaborating with Mick Jagger on her upcoming record. “But I did his song anyway. I think Pink and Brandi Carlile are gonna be singing on that particular song [the Stones’ ‘Satisfaction’] with me.”

Parton continued, “Stevie Nicks… we just finished our song last night.” She also confirmed that the upcoming LP would include some of the biggest names in the rock scene, such as John Fogerty, former Journey singer Steve Perry, and Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler. The album will be like a champions league, featuring other iconic singers such as Paul McCartney and even Cher.

Although Dolly Parton and Mick Jagger have been friends for a long time, they have never collaborated on a project before. Despite their shared love for music, the two have pursued their careers separately. Still, Parton has spoken highly of Jagger in the past, praising his musicianship and iconic status in the industry.

The upcoming ‘Rock Star’ album is highly anticipated as it marks a departure from Parton’s traditional country sound. Parton has been known for her blend of country, pop, and gospel influences throughout her career, but this album promises to be a new chapter in her musical journey. Besides collaborations with some of the biggest names in music, fans are excited to see hParton’sn’s unique style will merge with the rock and roll genre.