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54 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Dolly Parton. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Dolly Parton, often where they are interviewed.

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54 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Dolly Parton. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Dolly Parton, often where they are interviewed.

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Dolly Parton, Semen Smoothies and OnlyFans!

The Babble
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What is OnlyFans? Influencers are making thousands of dollars... but at what CO$T?

Dolly Parton reveals her secret work on a 90s television cult classic!

Is injecting your lungs with detergent or drinking squishy semen smoothies really going to help prevent the Coronavirus?

And Netflix NAILS the ‘Too Hot To Handle’ format- why we simply can’t look away! 


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Apr 30 2020



Coronavirus Rolls On, Bernie Wants to Debate Biden, Nintendo Remastering Classic 'Mario' Titles, Adam Schlesinger, FDA Changes Gay Blood Donor Rules, Dolly Parton, Hope for Earth's Oceans

Trends Like These
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Apr 03 2020

1hr 8mins


4/2 Thurs. Hr. 1 - Dolly Parton talks about her new reading books to kids initiative.

Lori & Julia
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KC does something very sweet for kids kid's birthdays. Two notable obits in the world of music. Dolly Parton talks about her new reading books to kids initiative. University of Pittsburgh reports progress in a vaccine for Covid-19. Guest is Rebecca Serle, author of "In Five Years".

Apr 02 2020



222 Dolly Parton – Coat of Many Colors

1001 Album Club
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The title song, “Coat of many colors” about Dolly growing up poor is good enough to make this record part of the 1001 albums you must hear, but then she proceeds to craft smart and insightful collection of songs that has all the making of a classic album.  Rob and Ben talk about the time they went to Dollywood in the middle of the night.

Mar 19 2020



238: Mike Post (Rockford Files, A-Team, Van Halen, Dolly Parton, etc.)

The Trap Set with Joe Wong
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Mike Post started out as a studio guitarist, recording on hits such as Sunny and Cher's "I Got You Babe." As a producer, he won a Grammy for "Classical Gas" in 1968 and worked with artists ranging from Sammy Davis Jr., to Dolly Parton (on her smash 9 to 5 album), to Van Halen.

But Mike is best known as the preeminent television composer of his generation. Often in conjunction with his longtime composing partner, the late Pete Carpenter, Mike crafted thematic earworms that reside in the collective consciousness. The A-Team, Doogie Howser, Quantum Leap, LA Law, Hill Street Blues, The Greatest American Hero, and the entire Law & Order Franchise represent just a slice of a body of work comprising thousands of hours of television music.

Mike discusses his decades spanning career, and he and Joe recall the unusual way they became friends.

Mar 04 2020

1hr 16mins


Coat of Many Colors by Dolly Parton

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In this episode we discuss 1971's Coat of Many Colors by American singer-songwriter and national treasure Dolly Parton.

PRO TIP: We encourage you to listen to the album in full, either before or after its related episode. (Or before AND after!)

Feb 19 2020


Dolly Parton - The Grass Is Blue

The Breakdown
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Season 2 of The Breakdown Podcast has arrived! Fiddler Patrick McGonigle and music journalist Emma John uncover bluegrass music one iconic record at a time, premiering with an in-depth exploration of Dolly Parton's Grammy Award-winning Bluegrass album "The Grass Is Blue".

Season 2 of The Breakdown is sponsored by The Soundtrack of America: Made In Tennessee. Visit to start planning your trip.

Feb 18 2020



Marty Walsh - Eddie Money, Dolly Parton, Supertramp

Everyone Loves Guitar
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In the trenches: how he got the gig and cool stories about Seals & Crofts, Eddie Money, Donna Summer, John Denver, Dolly Parton, John Fogerty, Supertramp… having the foresight to see the landscape changing and making a career (and life) adjustment, music biz highs and lows, accepting life with no expectations of others, getting balance, EST, and figuring out how to make it all work. TONS of energy, great enthusiasm!

Currently an assistant professor at Berklee, Marty Walsh is a veteran LA Session player who’s worked with some of the biggest names on big hits: Donna Summer, Neil Diamond, John Denver, Eddie Money, Kenny Rogers, Sheena Easton, Julio Iglesias, John Fogerty and many others. He also has a successful licensing business for television and movies.

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Feb 10 2020

2hr 44mins


Buck Henry, Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, & Dolly Parton

Penn's Sunday School
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Ken Burns' Country Music, how to collect magazines, & the proper uses of clown noses & gum.

Jan 17 2020



Interview: Jad Abumrad On 'Dolly Parton's America'

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
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You may know Jad Abumrad as the host of WNYC's 'Radiolab.' He tells Sam why he created another podcast, Dolly Parton's America, examining the life and work of music legend Dolly Parton. Jad himself grew up in Nashville, where his physician father, a Lebanese immigrant, struck up an unlikely friendship with the singer. Jad uses this podcast to ask what divides us, and how we can transcend those divides like Dolly does. Maybe. Email the show at

Jan 07 2020