Dolly partons latest album, Dolly and the Bandit, was released on Friday, June 1, and was followed up a few days later with her first full-length studio album, The Bandit.
It was released via the same label as her new album and is described by parton as an album about “the struggle between love and death.”
In her new interview, she talks about how she got the title Dollywood, a reference to the band’s name, and discusses her thoughts on race and racism in America.
“I don’t think about the label.
I think about love,” she said.
“And I love people and how they treat me and my family, and I just think that I need to embrace the love.
And I think that’s what I do, because that’s how I feel.”
In addition to her new song, Dollywood is also available for download via iTunes and Spotify.
Dolly also spoke about the history of her musical life, her favorite songs and her favorite moments from her life.
“My favorite songs are the ones that I wrote myself.
They’re all the songs I wrote when I was 17, 18, 19 years old,” she told the LA Times.
“I don’ know what the best ones are.
But I know what I like.”
Dolly and Dollywood was released in February, 2017.