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For the first time in a decade, Country Music Hall of FamerDolly Parton performed a live concert on Rockefeller Plaza on NBC's TODAY. Check out the appearance below!
The seven-time Grammy winner treated fans to a show featuring her classic song '9 to 5,' along with two new hits off her highly-anticipated album, 'Blue Smoke,' which will be released that day. The U.S. leg of Parton's World Tour kicks off May 22.
Multiple Drama Desk and Tony Award nominated 9 To 5: The Musical starred four-time Emmy Award winner and two-time Tony Award nominee and recent Drama Desk winner Allison Janney, along with Stephanie J. Block, Megan Hilty, and three-time Tony Award nominee Marc Kudisch. It opened Thursday, April 30, 2009, at the Marriott Marquis Theatre (1535 Broadway).
9 To 5: The Musical marked the Broadway debut of seven-time Grammy Award winning singer, songwriter and musician Parton as composer and lyricist.
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