East Tennessee native Dolly Parton, official ambassador of the 75th anniversary of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, has released a new eight-song CD entitled Sha-Kon-O-Hey! to benefit Friends of the Smokies. The CD retails for $10, $8 of which Parton will donate to the nonprofit organization that is devoted to protecting the Smokies. The Sha-Kon-O-Hey! CD features eight songs written by Parton, all of which will be performed in Dollywood’s new stage show Sha-Kon-O-Hey, which will premiere May 9. The 45-minute show commemorates the park’s 75th anniversary, capturing the spirit of the mountains and the heritage of the people who call them home. “Sha-Kon-O-Hey” is derived from the Cherokee name for the Smoky Mountains meaning “land of blue smoke.” For more information visit www.dollywood.com.
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