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53 years after her first hit single, Dolly Parton celebrates another Number One

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — Dolly Parton is topping the charts 53 years after her Hot Country Chart debut. That song was called Dumb Blonde and while it didn’t make much of an impact, she eventually ran up a total of 25 #1 songs including “Jolene”, “Two Doors Down” and “I Will Always Love You.”

She also scored a couple of Pop chart toppers with “9 to 5” in 1981 and  in 1983, “Islands In The Stream” with Kenny Rogers.

But this time around, Parton is at the top of Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Downloads chart.

The song is called “Faith” and it’s a collaboration with Galantis, a Swedish DJ/production duo.

The song sold 4,000 downloads in it’s first week of release.

Parton has scored on the Dance charts in the past with “Baby I’m Burnin’ ” in 1978, “9 to 5 ” in 1981 “Potential New Boyfriend” in 1983 and “Peace Train” in 1997.


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