The single, part of the Rockstar album, also features Mick Fleetwood and Peter Frampton.
dolly parton announced a stellar collaboration on their upcoming release. The country artist shared that she will be releasing a cover of “Let it be“, of the beatleswith the participation of Paul mccartney, Ringo Starr, mick fleetwood it is Peter Frampton, The collaboration will be available later this week and will form an integral part of his 49th solo studio album, titled Rock Star,
My new ‘Rockstar’ single, “Let It Be” is out this Friday! This song is really special to me because I’m in @Paul mccartney who wrote the song, together @ringostarmusic, @peterframpton And @mickfleetwood, Be sure to sign-up for my newsletter to be the first to hear… pic.twitter.com/teoBqKp0GH
—Dolly Parton (@dollyparton) 13 August 2023
original version ofLet it be“was issued by the beatles in 1970 as part of their 12th and final album. dolly partonAlready showcasing his musical versatility, he’s already put his own spin on the cover of “we are the champions“, Of Queenas a single from their upcoming album.
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Rock StarThe album, which was announced in May, would include nine original songs and 21 covers of rock classics. The album will include renditions of iconic songs such as “purple Rain” In Prince it is “(I can’t get) satisfaction” of Rolling stone, Plus two special covers: “Let it be” it is “free Bird“, with the participation of members of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Gary Rossington it is artemus pylewith a posthumous recital ronnie van zandt,
dolly Expressing his excitement at presenting his first rock and roll album, he said that working with renowned musicians and singers was an unforgettable experience. He shared his joy in creating this album full of musical tributes and hoped that his fans would enjoy the collection as much as he enjoyed making it. Rock Star To be released on 17 November.
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