Country music star Dolly Parton has teamed up with the one and only Manskin to record a new cover of the singer’s 1973 hit “Jolene.”
The song is officially only available as a digital download on Parton’s new album “Rockstar” and is sold through her website.
The digital download also includes a second unreleased song, a cover by veteran rock singer Eddie Money of his 1977 cover of “Two Tickets To Paradise.”
The star’s 49th studio album, which was first released just a few days ago, features standout collaborations with Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Rob Halford and Elton John, among others.
“I think rock music is an attitude toward life,” Dolly Parton said in an interview in the new issue of Classic Rock magazine. “Actually, I discovered it for myself when I started singing these rock ‘n’ roll songs. When I was standing there remembering all the originals, I said to myself, ‘Oh my God, I’ve got to make sure I’m honest about this.'”
On the same day, the famous Italian pop rock band released the music video for their new song “The Driver” from the album titled Rush! (Are You Coming?), which has succeeded in exceeding 9.2 billion streams around the world.
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