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Dolly Parton’s Pure & Simple Tour lights up the Hollywood Bowl during two sold-out concerts.
Featured photo courtesy of Mary Alice Lovelace
From the iconic stage of the Hollywood Bowl, Dolly Parton delivered two back-to-back performances to sold-out crowds on Oct. 1 and 2. The Pure & Simple Tour promised a straightforward presentation of Dolly’s music and the heartfelt stories behind her songs and it delivered all that and more in the Hollywood Hills. Dolly said,
“It is so good to be back here at the Hollywood Bowl. Thank you for such a warm welcome. It’s good to be home. It’s kinda like my second home around these parts.”
Dolly and the band were on fire just as they have been since the 60-city North American tour kicked off back in June. The Hollywood Bowl shows mark a short break in the tour schedule. It continues on Nov. 15 in Pigeon Forge, TN but Dolly doesn’t plan on sitting around during the next six weeks. She is promoting her all new holiday film, “Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love,” and releasing a new picture book, “Coat of Many Colors” (Grosset & Dunlap; on sale October 18, 2016). The book, with all-new illustrations by Brooke Boynton Hughes, features a downloadable exclusive original song by Dolly called “Making Fun Ain’t Funny.”
Ricky Schroder, Alyvia Alyn Lind and a few of their co-stars from the new film were among the fans present at the Hollywood Bowl. Sam Haskell, one of the movie’s executive producers, was also there to enjoy the concert!
The Pure & Simple Tour continues on Nov. 15 in Pigeon Forge, TN.
“Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love,” airs on NBC on Nov. 30 and will be available on DVD on Dec. 20.