With an album slated for release in the U.S. May 2014, Dolly Parton is gearing up for her 2014 tour as well. The album, called "Blue Smoke," will first be released in New Zealand and Australia, then the U.S. and Europe, in preparation for her world tour; the world tour will stop in countries like England, Scotland, Denmark, Germany, Norway, and Sweden.
The U.S. dates for Dolly Parton's winter and spring tour can be found below. Although it's only 11 dates now, it's possible the country singer may expand her tour at a later date. Click here for more information on tickets and upcoming tour dates.
If you are familiar with the film "Home Alone" and you like puppies (and why wouldn't you?), then this video will be your new favorite. (The kid narrating sounds pretty adorable, too.)
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The first show is Aug. 4, 2014 in East Rutherford, NJ. The tour will also stop in cities like Philadelphia, PA; Washington, D.C.; Nashville, TN; Houston, TX; Atlanta, GA; and Tampa, FL.
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I'm one of those people who kind of loves holiday music. Around this time of the year, I'm guilty of swapping my Pandora stations to play Christmas songs and I've even purchased entire holiday albums (hi, 2000 Christina Aguilera album "My Kind of Christmas").
I don't cringe when I hear holiday songs in the stores (even if it is before Thanksgiving) and I won't turn the radio off no matter how many times I've heard that particular song.
Except when it comes to five of them. I present to you my list of the five absolute worst holiday and Christmas songs of all time.
#5: "Grandma Got Run over by a Reindeer"
So I don't actually hate this song. I even understand the appeal of it for kids. In fact, I actually thought this song was hilarious when I was little. But as an adult, it's certainly not my favorite holiday song. If I never heard it again, I'd be fine with that.