Dolly Parton wants to collaborate and reunite Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant & Jimmy Page for an upcoming rock album.
County singer icon Dolly Parton has a wish of her own that she would like to fulfil, to make a record she can be proud of, with none other than Led Zepplin of all bands. Damn, I guess A Coat of Many Colors and Jolene, don’t cut it?
Parton who is set to be inducted into the hall of fame next week feels that she has yet to create a record she can take pride in, a gap she feels can be filled by reuniting Led Zeppelin’s founder and guitarist, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page.
Given the queen of charity, and country music spends so much time giving to others, it seems only fair that the rock legends Robert Plant and Jimmy Page help her out on her next album.
This decision comes after the singer mentioned that she felt her place in the hall of fame wasn’t right based on her previous works.
Parton has expressed, “I’m trying to see if Robert Plant might sing on it [“Stairway to Heaven”]. Maybe Jimmy Page might do the pick-up part on it. I’m looking forward to dragging in some of the great classic people, girls and boys, to sing on some of the songs. I’m not far enough along to discuss who and what, but I am going to do an album.”
The singer has been busy this year teaming up with Kelly Clarkson to release a “9 to 5” duet, as well as releasing a documentary titled Still Working 9 to 5. She is also set to appear in the upcoming film adaptation of her novel Run, Rose, Run, which she co-wrote with James Patterson. The Latter went straight to the NY Times bestselling list upon publication.