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Dolly Parton teases potential 'Playboy' photoshoot

Dolly Parton told BBC Radio 5’s Scott Mills & Chris Stark Show she wants to pose for Playboy magazine to celebrate her bi-centennial. Parton made her first Playboy cover appearance for the October 1978 issue.
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Despite the police and pandemic, this bar can't quit karaoke - and it cost them

According to the New York Post, a karaoke bar WeGo KTV in Queens was busted for the third time in a month for disregarding New York’s coronavirus laws.
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Country stars pay tribute to Mac Davis

Singer-songwriter Mac Davis, who wrote numerous crossover country and pop hits, has died at the age of 78. His first big hit came in 1968 when Davis helped write the song “Memories” for Elvis’ comeback TV special.
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Dolly Parton shares the real reason she has tattoos

There’s a few constants in life. Taxes, death, and gossip over whether or not Dolly Parton has tattoos. The speculation can finally end as the country legend finally revealed the truth.
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According to new study, a third of musicians are done after coronavirus

Uncertainty stemming from COVID-19 has hit the music industry hard. Now, a new study finds that one third of musicians will leave it altogether due to financial losses brought on by the pandemic.
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Listen To the 2020 Edition of 'I'm Listening' - Talk Has the Power To Save Lives

The 2020 edition of RADIO.COM’s I’m Listening is here for you. With the power of shared stories and experiences from artists, athletes, and health professionals we ask you to join us for a special two hour event on Wednesday, September 23 at 6PM.
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The Surprising Health Benefits of Learning a Musical Instrument

If you’ve made the decision to learn a new instrument, or dust one off after a few years, you’ve already taken the first step towards giving yourself health benefits.
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Robert Plant Reveals Willie Nelson Has a 'Truckload' of Weed He Gives Away on Tour

Robert Plant recently shared a choice, classic rock memory on his podcast ‘Digging Deep with Robert Plant,’ in which Country legend Willie Nelson generously gave him ‘a whole lotta’ marijuana.
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Vinyl Sales Surpass CD Sales For The First Time Since 1986

The RIAA has published their 2020 mid-year revenue report and something has happened in music sales that hasn’t occurred since 1986 - vinyl has outsold CDs for the first time in 34 years.
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People Are Getting Through the Pandemic by Buying Guitars

The COVID-19 pandemic has spawned an unlikely comeback story as guitar sales have thrived and sent a much needed jolt into an industry that was struggling.
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