DOLLY'S NEW ALBUM ON THE WAY, TOUR POSSIBLE

Dolly Parton's newest album, "Halos and Horns," is scheduled for a July 9 release, and Dolly says there may be a tour to follow. The project will feature bluegrass-acoustic songs penned by Dolly, as well as some new material. You can also hear Dolly's version of Led Zeppelin's "Stairway To Heaven," and "If" by Bread.

If Dolly decides to tour, it will be her first in a decade. She tells CMT that although the schedule is not confirmed, she's thrilled at the idea.

"We just get thousands of calls a day about when I'll be touring again," says Dolly. "I thought, 'If people really want to see me, I think I'll see if I like it again.' "

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