Elvis presley and dolly parton
Elvis Presley & Dolly Parton!: The King & The Queen of Country. by Steven McQueen
Elvis Presley and Dolly Parton
Dolly Parton heartbroken by own Elvis Presley snub
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Dolly turned down the tempting offer after discovering that she would have to sign over half of the publishing rights for the song. The big-hearted little lady from Smoky Mountain, Tennessee stood up to Presley's management and put the welfare of her family ahead of fame and fortune with Elvis. I got the word that he was going to record it and I was so excited'. But her dream date with Elvis was abruptly cancelled after Presley's formidable manager, 'Colonel' Tom Parker demanded that she sign over 50pc of the publishing royalties to them. Said Dolly: 'I was really quiet. I said, 'well, now it's already been a hit for me.
In a first look at a one-off BBC documentary that will air this autumn, the country music legend, 73, said she's always been 'very protective' of her songs, after refusing to give the rights for The King to sing one of her most famous tracks. Drugs by the Numbers! Elvis was a Gospel singer and yes he did borrow a lot from others, but he was also very good at what he did. The man was amazing Not saying that people like Chuck Berry weren't good
The '9 to 5' hitmaker was "desperate" to have The King release a version of the track in , but called off their agreement when his representatives told her she had to sign away the publishing rights to the song. She said: "His manager Colonel Parker called me up the day before he was due to record the song and said, 'Now you know Elvis has to have the publishing rights or at least half the publishing rights of any song he records. It's my song, my publishing rights. It broke my heart but I had to turn him down. She told Event magazine: "People say it's Whitney's song, and that's all right as long as they send the cheques to me! Dolly has been happily married to Carl Dean since bu she admitted she was always "too selfish" to have children because of her focus on her career, and she doesn't regret her decision. She admitted: "I was too selfish to have children.
By Laura Fox For Mailonline. In a first look at a one-off BBC documentary that will air this autumn, the country music legend, 73, said she's always been 'very protective' of her songs, after refusing to give the rights for The King to sing one of her most famous tracks. The song was famously covered by the late Whitney Houston in Dolly will take centre stage in a BBC documentary which will offer an inside look in her life as one of country music's greatest star. In a clip from the special, Dolly chats about the first single that helped her ride to public attention. I Will Always Love You was first recorded by the star in , and after it soared to the top of the charts, Elvis asked if he record a cover of the track. Open: In a clip from the BBC Two special, the music legend said she's 'very protective' of her songs, after refusing to give the rights for Elvis to record a cover of her song.