Dollywood’s Barbeque & Bluegrass festival 2013 kciks off featuring the legendary Ricky Skaggs
Dolly’s love for toe tappin’ bluegrass, savory southern barbeque and family togetherness made Dollywood’s Barbeque & Bluegrass a star-studded festival that is very close to Dolly’s heart. Growing up with bluegrass music instilled a love for the mountain music in Dolly which she has been able to share with everyone at Dollywood’s Barbeque & Bluegrass festival.
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Barbeque & Bluegrass Festival returns to Dollywood for 2011 season
Dolly’s said that everybody knows she loves bluegrass music.
“That’s why I’m so very proud to bring my Barbeque & Bluegrass Festival back this year. We’ve got fine pickers and mighty fine barbecue to spice things up, too! I realized Dollywood fans have a real hunger for bluegrass music and great tastin’ barbeque. Since I aim to please, I’m proud to say Barbeque & Bluegrass is back and better than ever at Dollywood.”
The festival returned to Dollywood Aug. 19 through Sept. 5 and featured big names like Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, J.D. Crowe & The New South and Riders In The Sky.
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Musicians from across the country flock to Pigeon Forge, Tenn., for Red, White and Bluegrass at Dollywood
When Dolly is involved, putting on a bluegrass concert series is more like a Bluegrass Blast. For three days, Dollywood visitors enjoyed music by award-winning artists across the theme park. Dolly said,
“I love listening to bluegrass music just about as much as I love singing it. That makes me especially proud to present bluegrass music’s finest at Dollywood during my Bluegrass Blast.”
Nine-time GRAMMY Award winner Ricky Skaggs, Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys and the Del McCoury Band headlined the event. All concerts were free with admission to Dollywood.
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Dolly released her 29th solo album ‘White Limozeen’ in May 1989. The country album was produced by Ricky Skaggs and featured a duet with Mac Davis along with a cover of Don Francisco’s ‘He’s Alive.’
‘White Limozeen’ scored two No. 1 singles, ‘Why’d You Come In Here Lookin’ Like That’ and ‘Yellow Roses,’ climbed to No. 3 on the U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums chart, and was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. ‘Why’d You Come In Here Lookin’ Like That’ earned Dolly a GRAMMY nomination for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.