Dolly Parton Says New Book Exposes the “Dark Side” of the Music Industry


Dolly Parton says she unearths one of the crucial realities of running within the track trade within the new mystery novel, Run Rose Run, which she co-authored with James Patterson.

The e book, which used to be accompanied via an album of the similar title, follows the tale of younger singer AnnieLee, who strikes to Nashville to chase her track desires and befriends a retired nation singer named Ruthanna.

Parton says the e book additionally unearths the darker aspect of the trade and within the e book description that Nashville is “the place she’s come to say her future. It’s additionally the place the darkness she’s fled would possibly to find her. And break her.”

When requested if she had skilled one of the crucial issues depicted within the e book, Parton stated “Oh yeah.” She added, “You notice all that. The entire managers that… other folks that can rip you off, they are trying to scouse borrow your songs. They’ll con you. They’ll do no matter. I’ve observed all of it.”

Now 76, Dolly stated that she’s open to a movie adaptation of Run Rose Run, which used to be in the beginning pitched to her and Patterson in 2019.  “I’m hoping to get to play that persona once we do a film of the e book,” she stated, “which we are hoping to do, someday.”

The Nation Tune Corridor of Famer is ready to host the 57th Annual Academy of Nation Tune Awards from Las Vegas with Jimmie Allen and Gabby Barrett and can carry out a music from the Run, Rose, Run album with Kelsea Ballerini.

Along with a movie round Run, Rose, Run, Parton could also be plotting a musical movie round her existence and profession.

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