Dolly Rebecca Parton is an American singer-songwriter, actress, philanthropist, and businesswoman, known primarily for her decades-long career in country music.

She was born January 19, 1946, in a one-room cabin on the banks of the Little Pigeon river in Pittman center, Tennessee. 

Dolly Parton started proceeding as a child, singing on neighborhood radio and TV programs in the East Tennessee area

By ten, she was showing up on The Cas Walker Show on both WIVK Radio and WBIR television in Knoxville, Tennessee, At 13.

After her creation "Put It off until Tomorrow", as recorded by Bill Phillips, went to number six on the nation graph in 1966

in 1974, her song, "I will always love you”, written about her professional break from Wagoner, went to number one on the country chart

With a career spanning over fifty years, Parton has been described as a "country music legend" and has sold more than 100 million records worldwide.

She has received 11 Grammy Awards out of 50 nominations, including the Lifetime Achievement Award; ten country music association awards.

Dolly has also written more than 3,000 songs and won a staggering 11 Grammy Awards..

"Jolene", "I Will Always Love You" and "Love Is Like a Butterfly", Dolly's most famous song is also her best.

Dolly Parton and her husband Carl Dean have never had children of their own. 

Dolly Parton has a net worth of a reported $650 million,

Dolly Parton is about 77 years old.