During my senior year of high school though, something changed.
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And yes, sometimes I even wonder who they might marry one day. Related Post. Share this article. Facebook Twitter Tumblr Pinterest. See Comments. What do you think?
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I was fascinated by the fact that these artists working outside the mainstream seemed to embrace Parton even while using her work to their own ends, but it was somehow incomplete. I eventually came to realize that I was ignoring half my identity and as such half the reason I was trying to write about her. I was just collecting representations of Dolly, filters through which she could be viewed, which could also be fitted and it chills the Tennessee DNA coursing through my blood to say it as somehow representative of my East Coast, Ivy League, avant-garde, culturally elite lifestyle.
The film is less about Parton herself than it is about her fans. Uhlmann followed four sets of Parton fans as they prepared for an annual pilgrimage to the opening day of Dollywood. It shows the sincere dedication of her fans, but perhaps more to the point shows that the relationship is not entirely one-sided. During the course of several conversations with Uhlmann, I told her about my floundering essay and about how her film made me realize I had failed to address the phenomenon of Dolly Parton directly.
She encouraged me, strongly and with a warm smile, to make the trip to Dollywood, which eventually, I did. It turns out Laurie Anderson was wrong.
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Dollywood was created in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, on the site of another amusement park that was struggling to stay alive. Fond memories notwithstanding, it was an economically depressed area. Parton not only went home again but, through her business venture, became the largest employer in the community. While Dollywood itself is a low-key and perhaps surprisingly pleasant park, the surrounding area is rife with souvenir shops, record and musical instrument stores, and dinner theaters featuring such entertainments as a Hatfield and McCoy re-enactment.
Like her amusement park, Dolly exists on both sides of the wall that separates reality from artifice.
She can project genuine emotion through the sap of her songs. She manages to radiate even through cosmetic surgery. Parton, her music, her movies, and her theme park, all shine through the crass commercialism of big business. Dollywood is a remarkably pleasant place to be. The restaurants have relatively non-gaudy signs and the rides are cleverly hidden behind the tree line.
Parton has made an enterprise of singing about herself, portraying herself and being herself. Ultimately, that self-assuredness might be what gives Parton her appeal. What Parton has is a deep belief in herself and an ability to exude that quality. As she remembers that day:. The next day she was on a Greyhound bound for Nashville.
Within three years she was being seen in homes across the country as a featured performer on The Porter Wagoner Show. The duo, Wagoner and Parton, had 21 charting singles between and , before Parton set off for a career of her own, becoming the most powerful woman in country music, if not in show business.
Dolly Parton turned 70 in January of this year and remains an icon — perhaps the last one — of genuine American superstardom. Written by. Kurt Gottschalk.
With illustrations by Emma Gineering. Large Quote. The soundtrack is the creation of audio artist Stephen Vitiello, perhaps best known for releasing a record of unaltered recordings made by affixing contact mics to the windows of his World Trade Center studio just weeks before the towers were brought to the ground. This piece is the December installation at the sound gallery Diapason run by Michael Schumacher, another audio sculptor. I became aware of it when I saw an oversize postcard — its incongruity leaping out at me — at another Manhattan gallery during a Christ-ian Marclay performance.