Dolly Parton Supporters Beg for Judas Priest Collaboration after “Jolene” Performance with Rob Halford


Dolly Parton, one of the most prominent names in music today, is Dolly Parton. While she’s primarily known as a country superstar, Parton has crossed genres and achieved worldwide success with her music and movies. Parton’s performance at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame demonstrated how easily she can fit into any genre, even heavy metal.

Parton Sings ‘Jolene’With a Huge Group of Stars

Parton was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year, and during the night’s ceremony, she and a group of artists joined together to perform her hit song “Jolene.” The group included Brandi Carlile, Sheryl Crow, Pat Benatar, and Judas Priest’s Rob Halford. 

Halford, the lead singer of Judas Priest and one of the most prominent names in heavy metal music, is Halford. Many music fans were intrigued by Parton’s presence during the performance and wondered if Halford and Parton might collaborate in the future on something related to his genre. 

Fan Reactions ‘Dolly Proves That She Transcends Genre’

“If you would’ve told me in the past that one day Dolly Parton and the lead singer of Judas Priest are gonna share the stage together at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, I would’ve laughed you out of the room,”One comment was made to a video of the performance.

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Another author wrote “I’m a heavy metal fan. Dolly proves that she transcends genre. Seeing the country queen and the metal God was almost too much. It was awesome!!!!!”Someone else said that “Now we need Dolly to show up at a Judas Priest concert to do Dreamer Deceiver or Painkiller!!!”The following was written by another person “Now I wanna see Dolly throw down on The Hellion/Electric Eye!”

Parton’s Plans For A Rock Album

Parton suggested that she might record a rock album. She initially rejected her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, saying she didn’t make rock and roll music. But, this may be changing soon. 

“My husband is a huge rock and roll fan,” She explained.. “And I’d always wanted to do an album. But I didn’t have a reason to, [until] they said they were gonna put me in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!”

What is her plan for the album? “Bring in a lot of the old rock and roll stars and do a lot of the classic rock songs.” Fans can’t wait to hear it and are hopeful she might bring in some new friends, like Halford, to do guest vocals.

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