Country music legend Dolly Parton, 77, recently revealed she’s retiring from touring but remains committed to creating music.
In an interview, she stated, “I have no intention of going on a full-blown tour anymore.” Despite her decision, Parton plans occasional special shows and festivals.

The iconic singer, who rose from poverty in the Appalachian Mountains, emphasizes her focus on spending quality time with her husband, Carl Thomas Dean, after 50 years of marriage.

Parton shares insights into her life, revealing how she met Dean outside a laundromat in 1964. The couple married in 1966, celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2016, and recently renewed their vows.

Parton expresses the importance of staying close to home as they age. She also discloses her venture into rock ‘n’ roll, inspired by her husband’s musical taste, and discusses her NBC special, “Dolly Parton’s Mountain Magic holiday.” Additionally, Parton collaborates with Reese Witherspoon on the film “Run, Rose, Run,” adapted from her novel co-written with James Patterson.