AARP Magazine Spotlights Dolly

The ever-youthful Dolly Parton is no stranger to magazine covers, but the singer’s appearance on the cover of the May/June issue of AARP Magazine may turn a few grey heads. In the cover story, Parton, 63, is candid about growing up poor, never having children, and clearing up rumors about her closest relationships. She also touches on the current state of the music business and what she’s doing about it. While discussing how she created her own record label to produce her latest CD, the singer commented, “The music business is not what it used to be. After you reach a certain age, they think you’re over. Well, I will never be over. I’ll be making records if I have to sell them out of the trunk of my car.  I’ve done that in my past, and I’d do it again.” The May/June issue of AARP Magazine hits newsstands March 24 and is available online at


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