Dolly Parton will have 60 minutes in long Christmas special to bring both holiday joy and some truly necessary joy to the furthest limit of 2020.
CBS declared on Wednesday that it will air “A Holly Dolly Christmas” on Dec. 6, including the music symbol in a private, candlelit setting to sing some occasion music as well as to share her confidence and her energy for the Christmas season with watchers.
The unique will air live on the network prior to moving to on-request seeing on the organization’s streaming stage CBS All Access. As per a public statement declaring the extraordinary, Parton will perform incredible religious songs just as more happy occasion works of art. In addition to the music, she’s required to share some close to home Christmas stories just as some strict memories about the season.
Meanwhile, she’ll additionally test some music from her record-breaking No. 1 holiday album of a similar name.
“I am so proud to be a part of the CBS family this holiday season with my new Christmas special,” Paton said in an official statement.
“When Dolly Parton calls and tells you she wants to do a Christmas show, you don’t hesitate,,” said Jack Sussman, Executive Vice President, Specials, Music and Live Events/Alternative and Reality for CBS. “A special with the multi-Grammy Award-winning, prolific song-writing, epic live performer of all time? She had us at hello. There’s only one Dolly Parton, and we are so excited to be bringing her to viewers this holiday season.”
The 74-year-old country music symbol recently disclosed to Fox News why she chose to deliver an occasion album in 2020.
“I’ve been wanting to release a Christmas album for a while now because I just love Christmas and though we started recording before the pandemic, this year became the perfect time to spread some extra joy,” she shared.
Parton proceeded: “I think the spirit of Christmas and what it truly means can spill out into our families and make this a better Christmas than ever. Hopefully, ‘A Holly Dolly Christmas’ will make everyone feel holly and jolly this season.”
Parton released “Home for Christmas” in 1990 and “Once Upon a Christmas,” with the late Kenny Rogers, in 1984.