The country music legend, 77, has 10 Guinness World Records and she is not stopping herself from making records anytime soon.
A few years ago, The New York Times did an article on Dolly Parton titled, "Is There Anything We Can All Agree On? Yes: Dolly Parton." Parton is adored by fans all around the world. Her talent, charisma and genuine personality have endeared her to millions of people across different generations and cultural backgrounds. Parton's music resonates with fans of various genres, not just country music enthusiasts. Her unique voice, heartfelt lyrics and catchy melodies have produced numerous hits that have stood the test of time. Songs like "Jolene," "I Will Always Love You" and "Coat of Many Colors" have become iconic and are beloved by fans worldwide. This time, she made all her fans proud by adding three more Guinness World Records to the plethora of her achievements, according to TODAY.
Parton recently made the world record for the most studio albums released by a female country singer as she has released a total of 65 albums. Now, she holds the world record for the top 10 entries on the U.S. top country albums chart for a female artist and the number is 48. Her latest album “Diamonds & Rhinestones: The Greatest Hits Collection,” which was released in 2022 also made it to the billboard charts. Finally, Parton made the world record for the longest time span between number-one hits on the U.S. top country albums chart for a female artist. Her first of eight albums to be number one on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart was "New Harvest... First Gathering," released in May 1977, and her latest album was “A Holly Dolly Christmas” on Oct. 17, 2020. And the time span between them will shock you: 43 years and 156 days.
“I am humbled every time I receive a new Guinness World Records title. I share these three new honors with my fans, who have allowed me to enjoy such a long career.”— Guinness World Records (@GWR) May 31, 2023
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Patron was honored with the new record titles at a ceremony in Nashville, Tennessee. The Guinness World Records organization shared pictures of Parton accepting the award on their official Twitter handle. “I am humbled every time I receive a new Guinness World Records title. I share these three new honors with my fans, who have allowed me to enjoy such a long career,” Parton said.
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The music icon was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1999 and has seven other Guinness World Records titles. These include most decades with a Top 20 hit on the US Hot Country Songs chart , most No. 1 hits on the US Hot Country Songs chart by a female artist , most decades on the US Hot Country Songs chart for a female artist , most hits on the US Hot Country Songs chart by a female artist , the longest span of number one hits on the US Hot Country Songs chart, first country singer to get the EGOT nominations and most Grammy nominations for a female country artist, according to Guinness World Records.